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"Teens Today Don't Read Books Anymore!" A study of differences in interest and comprehension based on reading modalities 

 

By Jessica E. Moyer

 

Advisor: Dr. David O'Brien

Committee Members: Dr. Richard Beach (U of Minnesota), Dr. Cassie Scharber (U of Minnesota), and Dr. Terry Weech (U of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana)

 

Moyer, Jessica E.  "Audiobooks and Ebooks: Literature Review and Implications for LibrariesReference and User Services Quarterly, vol 51, no. 4, 2012. 

 

Moyer, Jessica E.  “What Does it Really Mean to ‘Read’ a Text?”  Digital Literacies column, Journal of Adult and Adolescent Literacy, 55:3 (Fall 2011)

 

Moyer, Jessica E.  "Teens Today Don't Read Books Anymore": A study of differences in interest and comprehension based on reading formats"  Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 2011. (pdf) Complete bibliography

 

Moyer, Jessica E.  "Teens Today Don't Read Books Anymore": A study of differences in interest and comprehension based on reading formats"  Poster and presentation, 2011 iConference and Doctoral Colloquium, Seattle Washington, February 8-11, 2011.

 

Moyer, Jessica E.  "Teens Today Don't Read Books Anymore": A study of differences in interest and comprehension based on reading modalities: Introduction, Background and Methodologies".  Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults, Vol 1, No. 1 (Fall 2010)  AppendixB.doc AppendixA.doc

 

Definition of Leisure Reading

 

Experimental Materials

CRI - Dogs of Riga, Fatally Flaky, Bloodwork

Interest Inventory

Followup Survey

 

Dissertation Proposal May 20, 2009

 

Literature Review of audiobooks, e-books, online reading and implications for libraries (as submitted to RUSQ)

 

Theoretical Frameworks: Reader Response Theory versus Engagement and Motivation and Applications to Leisure Reading, Audiobooks and E-books (completed exam question) May 6, 2009

 

Slides for C-Nerve Presentation May 4, 2009

 

References May 25 (.doc)

 

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