Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Electronic books; Reading (Elementary)--Computer-assisted instruction;
Electronic storybooks are an innovative way to support the reading needs of students today. This literature review discusses the positive and negative effects electronic storybooks have on students' reading abilities. It focuses specifically on word accuracy, word recognition, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. Examples and information were taken from published journal a1ticles found through online databases and books. The review concludes that electronic storybooks can have a positive effect on a student's reading ability when using an electronic storybook that meets the needs of the learner.
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Leigh E. Zeitz
1 PDF file (iv, 39 pages)
©2012 Chelsey Heidemann
Heidemann, Chelsey, "Implementing electronic storybooks and the effects on reading achievement at the elementary level" (2012). Graduate Research Papers. 183.