Resources and Scholarship Regarding Student Navigation and Utilization of Books and Other Texts

Jensen, Mark, and Lauren Scharff. “Improving Critical Reading with E-Texts: A Controlled Study in a Collegiate Philosophy Course.” The Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, vol. 19, no. 3, 2019, pp. The journal of scholarship of teaching and learning, 2019, Vol.19 (3). doi:


Reading to Remember: Textbook Strategies. Willamette University. Retrieved from

SQ3R Improving Reading Comprehension. Virginia Tech University. Retrieved from

Foasberg, Nancy M. “Student Reading Practices in Print and Electronic Media.” College & Research Libraries, vol. 75, no. 5, 2014, pp. 705–723.


Hobson, E., (2004). “Getting Students to Read: 14 Tips.” Idea Paper 40. pers/Idea_Paper_40.pdf (accessed September 26, 2017).

Jabr, F. (2013). “The reading brain in the digital age: the science of paper versus screens. Scientific American. April 11.

Wolf, Maryanne, and Mirit Barzillai. “The Importance of Deep Reading.” Challenging the Whole Child: Reflections on Best Practices in Learning, Teaching, and Leadership, 2009, pp. 130–140.