Interesting news, given the growth of the digital textbook movement. From a recent study's author: “What we found was that people on paper started to ‘know’ the material more quickly over the passage of time. It took longer and [required] more repeated testing to get into that knowing state [with the computer reading, but] eventually the people who did it on the computer caught up with the people who [were reading] on paper.” Read the rest for more context.
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