Share Paper: Strategies for Enhancing Digital Reading Comprehension

  1. Myrene Magabo, University of the Philippines Open University and University of Phoenix, United States
  2. Elsie Walker, Faculty University of Phoenix., United States
  3. Shelley Gordon, University of Maryland University College, University of Phoenix and Northcentral University, United States
  4. Richard Kamerman, University of Grand Canyon and University of Phoenix, United States
Thursday, July 11 2:30 PM-3:00 PM Room 122

Abstract: This paper provides an in-depth look at the scope, definition, and issues of digital literacy – which the authors argue, must include learners’ digital reading comprehension. The strategies outlined in this work will help not only improve learners’ digital reading comprehension, but will also benefit institutional efforts to increase learning outcomes and maintain higher retention rates. The use of digital materials has added another level of complexity to the learning process. Locating, sifting through, and comprehending digital materials can be difficult for students, especially in the fast-paced online or digital learning environment. Digital literacy, therefore, is not limited to the ...