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Despite the widespread use of Web 2.0 techniques in our entire surrounding environment, which tend to make it more social, more dynamic and driven by users, some domains have not really changed yet. This is the case for (e-)books which reading remains mainly a solitary activity -or which is done at least without appropriate collaborative tools. However, the benefits of making this activity -and especially active reading -more social and digital are huge -in particular for people having learningdoi:10.1145/1871854.1871858 dblp:conf/cikm/RibierePS10 fatcat:3ownzrknq5eglohdct36mnx6va