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Debate: E-Readers and Reading Comprehension

[Editor’s note: Scott’s post is in response to this earlier article.] Most times when I get asked about the e-reader debate, it is usually not a sincere question from a person who does not already hold a strong opinion on the

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E-Readers and Reading Comprehension

The invaluable Daniel Willingham briefly reviews the literature, and concludes that — for the time being — students understand more when they read on paper than when they use e-readers. Willingham acknowledges that his review isn’t comprehensive. However, he’s recently written

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