A comparison of the influence of electronic books and paper books on reading comprehension, eye fatigue, and perception

  title={A comparison of the influence of electronic books and paper books on reading comprehension, eye fatigue, and perception},
  author={Hanho Jeong},
  journal={Electron. Libr.},
  • Hanho Jeong
  • Published 1 June 2012
  • Education
  • Electron. Libr.
Purpose – This paper aims to assess the usability of electronic books (e‐books) and paper books (p‐books) with objective measures, including user comprehension, eye fatigue, and perception. [] Key Method This paper was conducted in the following order: pre‐CFF measurement, p‐/e‐book reading, post‐CFF measurement, quiz, and questionnaire. A standard CFF device, a computer with a monitor for reading e‐books, p‐books, desks, and chairs were provided.Findings – This paper found that there is a significant “book…

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