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Presentation
How Technology Affects Deep Reading Skills: Technology and Adult Learners
Dominican University of California (2012)
  • Chase Clow, Department of Humanities and Cultural Studies, Dominican University of California
Abstract
Thanks to project Gutenburg and ebrary, classic literature is now freely available to be read on various hand held devices such as Kindle, iPADs, and Laptops. Chase Clow will present on how students in the Humanities Seminar accessed course readings on these popular devices, how technology pairs with our Pathways student population, and how technology can affect the deep reading skills required for academic success in the various humanities disciplines.
Keywords
  • technology in the classroom
Publication Date
April 27, 2012
Citation Information
Chase Clow. "How Technology Affects Deep Reading Skills: Technology and Adult Learners" Dominican University of California (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/chase_clow/6/