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Interactive Children's Literature: Moving from Print to Electronic Literacy
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Reading Horizons Volume 26, Number 4,

Abstract

Using current technology and learning theory, computer-controlled literature programs have been and will be developed that allow children to interact with literature. This technique will help students' reading concepts fall into place more rapidly and gain the interest of those who do not respond well to traditional print media. (SRT)

Citation

Adams, D.M. (1986). Interactive Children's Literature: Moving from Print to Electronic Literacy. Reading Horizons, 26(4), 247. Retrieved February 23, 2019 from .

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