Sunday, October 24, 2010

In Study, Children Cite Appeal of Digital Reading

"In Study, Children Cite Appeal of Digital Reading." New York Times / Julie Bosman.
New York: New York Times Online, September 29th 2010.

"Many children want to read books on digital devices and would read for fun more frequently if they could obtain e-books. But even if they had that access, two-thirds of them would not want to give up their traditional print books. ...
The report also suggested that many children displayed an alarmingly high level of trust in information available on the Internet: 39 percent of children ages 9 to 17 said the information they found online was “always correct.”