People Who Use E-Readers Dive Far Deeper Into Books

Rachel Ediodin, Embed.ly, Mar 19, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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One survey isn't of course worth the paper it isn't written on, but still this item raises some interesting questions. Like, for example: werenm't e-readers supposed to make it harder to read a book, and make people less likely to read deeply into them? But here we read " adult readers tend to read more and stick with books longer if they’re using an e-reader." What's more, "access to free digital books has led them to titles they otherwise wouldn’t have picked up."

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