Converting Heavy Text into e-Learning – Key Tips

In an interesting research published under the title, “Don’t throw away your printed books: A meta-analysis on the effects of reading media on reading comprehension”, researchers from Spain and Israel discussed the screen inferiority effect which is related to the reading practices of new generations. The research basically compared various aspects including, content, readers of various age groups, time factors, etc. to analyze how it influenced on-screen and off-screen reading. The research reported that “the two meta-analyses in the present study yield a clear picture of screen inferiority, with lower reading comprehension outcomes for digital texts compared to printed texts.”

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