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Unpublished Paper
Effectiveness of paper print reading ad electronic format reading
(2014)
  • Syed Aamir Abbas
Abstract

Purpose - The purpose of the study is to explore the reading interest of people that they like the paper print format or electronic format to consider their ease. Research Method – The study uses the focus group technique. Sample Size - There were six participants. Findings – Mostly people used to read books in physical format rather than electronic format because of less stress on the eyes. Reading is much faster on paper print format as compared to E-format. Most participants agreed that note-taking in electronic format reading has a short lifespan, people can bits and chunks on paper print easily. E-books are more cost effective than paper print format. The E - format can be shared within very short time but physically it is not as possible.

Keywords
  • reading,
  • paper-print reading,
  • electronic format reading.
Publication Date
February, 2014
Citation Information
Syed Aamir Abbas. "Effectiveness of paper print reading ad electronic format reading" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/syed_abbas/2/