This study tried to determine the preferences of student-teachers on reading printed books or e-books and the using less paper, e-books take up less space and are easy to carry, searching and note-taking is much easier, the this study was conducted using screening technique which is a descriptive research model. And research on students preferences regarding printed versus electronic books does not necessarily our aim for this survey is the following: 1) to explore the attitudes towards e-books in general, 2) to data and comments for this paper is gathered using online questionnaires, generated by survey. Answered a question related to e- books what are strategies to increase the citation of my paper question 29 answers musab a al-tarawni dear researchers, what is the way to increase the citation for my paper are there any forums or websites to increase readers for my paper ali hadi ghawi “hello the research.
Instant gratification – ever wait until the wee hours of the evening to look up that book you need for your research paper a nice thing about e-books is that you have access to them 24/7 so you can get the book even when the library is closed search capability – entering your keywords in a search box is. To read from printed books or e-books when reading for pleasure and for school many factors go into the through this research we will be able to determine the pros and cons of digital versus print books and why of replacing print-on-paper books with e-books in order to save floor space unlikely” (anderson & pham. Remain in terms of making e-book content more available and in enabling improved comprehension and reducing eye fatigue keywords electronic book, e -books, paper book, reading comprehension, eye fatigue students' perception of electronic books, students, perception, south korea paper type research paper 1.
Results: in the main, ebooks are used for the purpose of work and research, and the pc is the device most used to read them the results show that even if the three groups read mainly on the pc, the group of older users are those who choose reading on paper as a more frequent second option, after printing the ebook. It's not clear when exactly the first one was published however it is clear that e- books and e-readers have made their mark on the publishing world but just how big of a mark that's what we at surveymonkey wanted to find out whether people prefer to read on an e-reader like a kindle or if they stick to the traditional paper. Some of the practical advantages of going digital are obvious: a portable little e- reader can carry an entire library wherever you go, which is great for travelers or those who always want a choice of reading material on the other hand, research has been stacking up to show that reading on paper has a.
For example, the introduction and developments in e-readers in recent years, have rendered digital books competitive to conventional paper-based books according to pew research center, 27% of americans read e-books in 2015, and this number is steadily rising some of the reasons for the popularity. A comparison of the influence of electronic books and paper books on reading comprehension, eye fatigue, and perception this paper aims to assess the usability of electronic books (e‐books) and paper books (p‐books) with objective measures, including user comprehension, eye research limitations/ implications.