EBooks and College Students: Still Not a Match
- Survey: Undergraduates Prefer Print Over Ebooks. Kelley, Michael; Warburton, Bob // Library Journal;7/1/2011, Vol. 136 Issue 12, p14
The article focuses on a survey completed by the University of California Libraries that found that college students preferred print books to electronic books because they find it easier to focus without the distractions of a computer.
- The Effects of the E-Book System with the Reading Guidance and the Annotation Map on the Reading Performance of College Students. Liang-Yi Li; Cheng-Yu Fan; Dong-Wei Huang; Gwo-Dong Chen // Journal of Educational Technology & Society;2014, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p320
Novice learners demonstrate marked difficulty in using reading-study systems to read academic textbooks. One notable problem is that the process and constructed knowledge is complex. Novice learners are required to exert considerable effort in applying the process and in remembering the...
- Ruminating about what college students read, and once read. Pinsker, Sanford // Academic Questions;Summer97, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p10
Exhorts college students to take time out from their myriad activities to spend time to read. Mission as an English professor to help undergraduates become lifetime serious readers; Suggested readings for college students.
- Hot reading on today's college campuses. Tessitore, John E. // Christian Science Monitor;5/22/95, Vol. 87 Issue 123, p13
Looks at the present generation of college students and their choice of books. Factors affecting their choices; Opinion of the publishers and book shop owners.
- A Case Study in Social Annotation of Digital Text. Reid, Alan J. // Journal of Applied Learning Technology;Spring2014, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p15
Recent learning technologies in digital text have transformed the reading process from a private activity into a social and collaborative experience. This research addressed the use of social annotation (SA) tools, which allow readers to interact asynchronously with other readers through shared...
- MEDIA LITERACY AS AN EDUCATIONAL METHOD FOR ADDRESSING COLLEGE WOMEN'S BODY IMAGE ISSUES. Chambers, Karen L.; Alexander, Susan M. // Education;Summer2007, Vol. 127 Issue 4, p490
This study assesses the effectiveness of media literacy in the college classroom by comparing two modalities of learning, watching a video versus reading a text. The research questions guiding this project are: as teachers can we facilitate critical awareness among our students in order to alter...
- If stressed, take the time to find a hobby. Stack, Jason // Pipe Dream;11/20/2009, Vol. 76 Issue 21, p9
In this article the author suggests that having a hobby spent on a good book or a good brain teaser at the end of school semester have a relaxing benefits.
- Not in Love, or Not in the Know? Graduate Student and Faculty Use (and Non-Use) of E-Books. Cassidy, Erin Dorris; Martinez, Michelle; Shen, Lisa // Journal of Academic Librarianship;Nov2012, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p326
This study focuses on usage of electronic books (e-books) among advanced researchers, including graduate students and faculty, at a four-year academic institution. The researchers aimed to highlight differences in behavior, perception, and attitude between users and non-users of e-books. The...
- Simon & Schuster Pilots eBooks in Schools. // Educational Marketer;10/7/2013, Vol. 44 Issue 20, p3
The article focuses on the distribution of electronic books (ebooks) in schools by educational resource publisher Simon & Schuster (S&S). Marketing director Michelle Fadlalla states that the emergence of digital materials including ebooks as tablet and laptop-equipped classrooms drives the...