Naomi Baron

American University

Professor of Linguistics at American University, she directs the Center for Teaching, Research and Learning World Languages and Cultures; author of Words Onscreen: The Fate of Reading in a Digital World

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We used to read books, magazines and newspapers on paper. Some of us still do. But many are now doing a lot of our reading on screens, on eReaders and computers.

Reading on Screen

We used to read books, magazines and newspapers on paper. Some of us still do. But many are now doing a lot of our reading on screens, on eReaders and computers.

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