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Tablets, Ereaders Lead to More Book Reading

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There seems to be a clear tie between digital reading devices, such as ereaders and tablets, and the consumption of the written word. Research shows that people with such digital devices read more books than those without them.

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Don Dea's curator insight, October 20, 2013 12:26 AM
More than a third of respondents say devices make them read more books

Digital devices have changed the way users are consuming media of all stripes; that goes for the printed word as much as any other type of content. A poll of US consumers conducted in August 2013 by USA Today and book recommendation site Bookish found that ownership rates of the devices remained relatively low. According to the survey, only 24% of respondents owned an ereader or similar device intended primarily for reading. Tablet ownership rates were unsurprisingly higher, at 32%.


Read more at http://www.emarketer.com/Article/Tablets-Ereaders-Lead-More-Book-Reading/1010307#CzLRK1rMo0rVQ6MR.99

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Study: Children Reading Fewer Books, Down 8% From 2012 ...

Study: Children Reading Fewer Books, Down 8% From 2012 ... | toddlers education | Scoop.it
The Harry Potter series is wildly entertaining, but so is Angry Birds, Snapchat, Facebook, YouTube Justin Bieber re-enactments, texting, Halo, The Disney Channel, Transformers 3, and a consumer flying drone.
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Language For Learning Power | Simple Language Learning

Language For Learning Power | Simple Language Learning | toddlers education | Scoop.it
Language For Learning Power http://t.co/9U6lFwZPvo #languagelearning #language
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Mobile learning and blended interaction

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Veteran education theorist Michael G. Moore once wrote about three types of interaction. Learners interact, he said, with content, with their teachers and with each other. Other theorists subsequently expanded on this interactional triumvirate.

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Kloo Hansen's curator insight, November 1, 2013 3:11 PM

Consider the concept of time-space compression further, here. A new level of student to student and teacher to student interaction is here and we need to start embracing it. :)