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eBook Readers & Speed Reading
According to an article published by Newsday eBook readers have had a significant side effect – people who read on eBook readers read more! Pew Research estimates that 30% of eBook readers read on average 24 books a year, with a median of 13 books.
This side effect has also prompted many who own eBook readers to learn to read faster and more accurately. eReflect has a software product called ‘7 Speed Reading’ and all their programs are scientifically designed to encourage learning. Their program include brain exercises that train the brain and optic nerves, works with the eye muscles and together the reader will be able to speed read more efficiently. For the avid reader, speed reading will be useful, allowing them to read even if they do not have much spare time.
eBook readers were designed for the avid reader and casual reader alike. Their intent was to make reading mobile and accessible. When you put that together with speed reading skills, reading becomes a much more enjoyable pass time.
For more information about the benefits of using 7 Speed Reading, please visit the official website at http://www.7speedreading.com.
The eBook reader experience continues to evolve and grow. Not only are eBook readers for recreational reading but for learning as well. Below are benefits of eBook readers.
1) Mobile and accessible...One of the biggest benefits of an eReader is that they were designed for mobility. Users carry a whole collection of books with them wherever they go. A perfect solution for those who travel, train commute, or love to read books but hate to carry around all that extra weight!
2) Keeping up with the world around us...Magazines, newspapers and articles are all easily accessed and available.
3) Easy to read. . .eInk technology revolutionized the eBook world. When you read an eBook from an eBook reader light is required to read. Your eyes will not get tired or eye strain that comes from reading on a back lit computer screen.
4) Resources. . .Having reference books, dictionaries, thesaurus and other material readily available on your eReader can be a large benefit for everyone. Look up word definitions as you read and view commentaries when you are reading the Bible are examples of resources available. Career books, college study guides, encyclopedias, and more are other resources right in the palm of your hand!
When you look at the benefits of an eBook reader learning to speed read makes so much sense!
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