The market for children's electronic books in CD-ROM format is fast developing.
Europress Software released in May 1995 the first of what they hope will be a series
of children's classics. This study examines the way in which this classic is presented,
how it is received by end users, both children and adults and what the potential is for
such products. The use of such a format for delivering children's classics is also
examined in terms of its advantages and disadvantages. A list of suggestions for
future products, both in terms of content and suitable titles is also included.
A Master's Dissertation, submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the award of the Master Of Science degree of Loughborough University.