Remote Learning and Remote working has shoved and pushed us into learning and working online. That means that reading, writing, thinking, and creating often occurs online.
How does digital activity inform the affordance of Digital Reading and eBooks?
“Digital will continue to grow for a while at least, and continue to exist, because it is becoming part of the world we inhabit at a level below our notice, no more remarkable than roads or supermarkets. E-books are here to stay because digital is, and quite shortly we’ll stop having this debate about paper vs. eBooks because it will no longer make a lot of sense.” (Harkaway, 2014).
Harkaway, N. “Paper vs. Digital Reading Is an Exhausted Debate.” March 2014. Retrieved from http://www.theguardian.com/
books/booksblog/2014/mar/31/ paper-vs-digital-reading- debate-ebooks-tim-waterstone