Reading behavior in the digital environment: Changes in reading behavior over the past ten years

@article{Liu2005ReadingBI,
  title={Reading behavior in the digital environment: Changes in reading behavior over the past ten years},
  author={Ziming Liu},
  journal={Journal of Documentation},
  year={2005},
  volume={61},
  pages={700-712}
}
Purpose – This study attempts to investigate reading behavior in the digital environment by analyzing how people's reading behavior has changed over the past ten years.Design/methodology/approach – Survey and analysis methods are employed.Findings – With an increasing amount of time spent reading electronic documents, a screen‐based reading behavior is emerging. The screen‐based reading behavior is characterized by more time spent on browsing and scanning, keyword spotting, one‐time reading… CONTINUE READING

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