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United States: school boards want to better assess "21st century skills"

Better assessing "21st century skills" in schools should be a priority according to the National School Board Association (NSBA), reports eSchool News. To do this, access to digital content is essential, believe school board leaders.

Reading your newspaper on an eBook does not appeal to young adults

United States - A study conducted by the University of Georgia in the United States shows a significant divide between the possibilities of digital books for newspapers and the needs of young adults. Black and white readers limited in display do not seem to appeal to the generation fond of multimedia smartphones ...

Good and bad grades for Kindle in college

About 50 students and three professors from Princeton University participated in a study to determine whether the e-book could significantly reduce the amount of paper used for lessons, without affecting the classroom experience. The results are mixed, but interesting!