Category Archives: digital reading

The problem we face with digital reading

Matt East (@mdleast) has just published an excellent blog with SEDA reporting a recent workshop on transitions in HE at which he led a problem-solving (and identifying) session on reading in HE. Here is an extract from the conclusion, which … Continue reading

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Developing students’ critical digital reading practice

As part of our Active Online Reading project, Matt East (@mdleast) has put together a short form to collect examples of good practice from across the sector around developing students’ digital reading skills. We’re particularly interested in the following, but … Continue reading

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