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E-Book Reading on Children
Children are growing up in a digital media environment where interactions with digital media are an increasing part of children’s daily lives in classrooms and at home. More children, across all levels of society, are using interactive and mobile media on a daily basis.
2. Effects of Digital Reading on Children’s Literacy Skills
3. Health and Developmental Concerns
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