People Who Use E-Readers Dive Far Deeper Into Books

Rachel Ediodin,, Mar 19, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes

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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