Researchers: Early concerns about e-books' effect on reading comprehension
from Education Week
Digital devices and online reading materials are flooding U.S. schools, but there are some early reasons to worry whether they are helping children better learn to read. That was the message from a husband-and-wife research team from West Chester University who presented two studies as part of the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association. The findings, presented as part of a panel on "Understanding Digital Literacy Practices," are part of a just-emerging body of new research on how students interact with and learn from the digital tablets and computers that are now prevalent in U.S. classrooms.
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