Books are dead and boring … not at all, on the contrary

In the 2009 PISA-survey of student knowledge in various subjects, digital reading comprehension was included for the first time. Sixteen OECD-members and three partner-countries took part. The results showed no direct relationship between more computer-use and higher digital reading comprehension. However, there was a direct correlation between the skills to navigate to relevant pages on the web and high digital reading comprehension. Navigation is a key component The study’s authors’ made the following conclusion: “Navigation… Continue reading