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Re: New reader/reading ebooks

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  • Kieran
    Fair criticism - I didn t see Rob s post and so stand corrected. I did try to find a link to the news report (in last Saturday s Telegraph but gave up after a
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 30, 2011
      Fair criticism - I didn't see Rob's post and so stand corrected. I did try to find a link to the news report (in last Saturday's Telegraph but gave up after a fruitless search.

      Personally, I am baffled by the notion that reading is either more enjoyable or more effective on screen - I always prefer to print and read articles for example. But many of my students clearly feel differently and I stand by the point that e-reading is here to stay

      --- In ExtensiveReading@yahoogroups.com, Glen Hill <glenahill@...> wrote:
      > "Recent research" was posted earlier here. Rob pointed out the conflict of
      > interest in the "data". Heck, I couldn't even find a Google Scholar
      > reference to the paper.
      > Glenski
      > On Sun, Oct 30, 2011 at 4:38 AM, Kieran <gradedreading@...>wrote:
      > > **
      > >
      > >
      > > Or rather an extensively upgraded one. My Classic Scary Stories is
      > > available for review/inspection/purchase from here:http://db.tt/h9UgDBiZYou'll see that it now includes full audio electronic versions of the
      > > originals - some of you might be interested in how faithful (or not!) I've
      > > been to the source material.
      > >
      > > As Jeremy has recently posted, I think that ebooks are reaching a tipping
      > > point - the new low cost Kindle is going to be a huge seller this
      > > Christmas. I don't see this as a zero-sum game with regard to traditional
      > > books but essentially a new market.
      > >
      > > Incidentally, recent research suggests that a) readers generally say the
      > > prefer reading print but actually read faster on iPads b) backlit screens
      > > do not physically make us tired.
      > >
      > > I know this runs counter to experience but ....
      > >
      > >
      > >
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