Digital reading: An overview

@inproceedings{Liu2012DigitalRA,
  title={Digital reading: An overview},
  author={Ziming Liu},
  year={2012}
}
Purpose: Digital reading is an important research topic in contemporary information science research. This paper aims to provide a snapshot of major studies on digital reading over the past few years. Design/methodology/approach: This paper begins by introducing the background in digital reading, then outlines major research findings. Findings: The paper demonstrates the growth of interest in information science and other disciplines in digital reading behavior. Five areas are highlighted… CONTINUE READING

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