As a student with learning disabilities, some e-books are great and some are not.
The pros are that in some classes and subjects, like biology, e-books are great for students with or without learning disabilities — you can zoom in on text and have it read it to you to help you better remember the material. You also don’t have to carry around big, heavy books.
The cons are that you have to take your tablet or laptop with you all the time and hope it doesn’t get stolen or broken from packing around. The Wi-Fi also has to work or your Internet at home can’t go out while studying online.
Also, some subjects like math are better studied out of a book instead of on a computer or tablet, because if you do all the homework on the Web you can hit the wrong keys and make an error that you didn’t want.
Moreover, open-book or online tests need to be done in class where you do not have technology problems — like typing errors or app crashes.
There are pros and cons with e-books. I think they are great, but not for math classes — no matter how good you are with technology and computers.