Abubaker, Azza and Joan, Lu (2011) E-reading strategy model to read E-school book in Libya. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Internet Computing. ICOMP.

Abstract:- defining the stages for the reader to follow when reading e-resources is only one of several factors which can provide a significant understanding of the actual reading behaviour and cognitive process of reading. This article aims to compare reading processes that students follow when reading school books in two different media (paper and electronic). A sample of 80 students, studying in Libyan primary schools, and aged 9 to 12, were selected to investigate how students use and interact with both print and digital school–books, how they identify the e-reading process, and to define what students like and dislike in both versions. The results showed differences in the reading process between paper and electronic books read.

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