logo
Contact ACER
logo

Slideshow Image 1 Slideshow Image 2 Slideshow Image 3 Slideshow Image 4

Research Reviews

On-screen reading

Posted on 10 Oct 2013 with 0 comments
Electronic books Pedagogy Teacher education

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google+
  • LinkedIn
  • Reddit
  • E-mail

Research published recently focused on students preferences for either print or electronic reading, although the use of the term ‘on-screen reading’ here refers to the use of computer screens as opposed to tablets and smartphones. The results of a student survey are interesting and indicate the students’ preferences and that tensions that exist between the two text formats.


Subscribe to read the rest of the article »Log in

In the spotlight

Featured category: Assessment online

NMC Horizon Report > 2017 Higher Education Edition

Challenge-driven universities to solve global problems
New kinds of university will emerge mobilising some of the world's 150 million students to work on our most pressing problems

Students, computers and learning - making the connection
OECD report examines how students access to and use ICT

Mobile learning – why tablets? -- DERN's research brief looks at mobile learning and why tablets are so popular.

Browse by Category

21st century skills (206)
Assessment online (99)
Blended learning (126)
Collaboration (247)
Digital literacy (237)
Educational leadership (107)
Engagement and performance (275)
Evaluating ICT effects (97)
ICT in education (473)
Information (78)
Information sources (106)
Innovation (175)
Interactive personal networking (99)
Internet use (155)
Learning communities (114)
Learning environment (626)
Learning systems (76)
Mobile learning (213)
Multimedia (64)
Open scholarship (128)
Pedagogy (441)
Personalising learning (114)
Social Media (174)
Teacher capacity (140)
Teacher education (92)
Training (102)
Trends (156)

All Categories »


Facebook Twitter Vimeo RSS Dernlist LinkedIn IP: 54.225.54.120