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5: Further reading

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Burdick, A., Drucker, J., Lunenfeld, P., Presner, T. & Schnapp, J. (2012). Digital humanities. Cambridge: MIT Press. (free download book) 

 

Goodwyn, A. (2015). Is it still King Lear? English teachers and the e-reader phenomenon. In T-B Lin, V. Chen, & C. S. Chai (Eds.), New media and learning in the 21st century (pp. 145-159). New York: Springer

 

Herold, B. (2014). Digital Reading Poses Learning Challenges for Students. Education Week

 

Korbey, H. (2014).  Can students "go deep" with digital reading? MindShift  

 

Mangen, A., & Kuiken, D. (2014). Lost in an iPad: Narrative engagement on paper and tablet. Scientific Study of Literature, 4(2), 150-177.

 

McCarthey, D.  (2011).  E-books and e-reading.  Educause

 

Mod, C. (2010). Books in age of iPads.

 

New York Times Learning: Articles on the future of digital reading

 

Pew Internet and Family Life study: Adolescents' reading of e-books

 

Ronan, A. (2015). Why Reading in the Content Areas is So Important. Edudemia.

 

Spiro, R., DeSchryver, M., Hagerman, M. S., Morsink, P. M., & Thompson, P. (Eds.). (2015). Reading at a crossroads? New York: Routledge

 

Turner, K. H., & Hicks, T. (2015). Connected reading: Teaching adolescent readers in a digital worldUrbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English

 

Valenza, J. K., & Stephens, K.  (2012).  Reading remix.  Educational Leandership, 69(6).  Describes adolescents use of e-books and online discussion groups.

 

Watters, A.  (2013).  How social networks may change how we read books. MindShift.

 

Zamora, M. (2016). Reading as a Social Act. DML Central

 

 

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