Copyright tax could trigger digital shift

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  1. Cynthia says:

    Saying that people scan when they read online is complete BS. Research shows that if something is engaging, people will read the full article online. I can see it being a problem with students being forced to read a textbook on comm theory, but no one reads it in paper form anyway! If you’re the type of person who ACTUALLY reads school textbooks, whether it’s online or not won’t make a difference.

    • NewsEditor says:

      It’s certainly an interesting debate. I don’t know the extent of Mr. Connolly’s research, but he mentioned that researchers have hooked cameras up to participant’s eyeballs and they’ve inferred results that way. However, I also agree that students who read actively are less likely to have a problem with reading digital copy.

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