|07-25-2004, 06:49 AM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2003
Device: Dell Axim
Study - Paper or Pixels: What are People Reading Online?
This survey from Wichita State U evaluates the reading habits of Internet users across five document types - journal articles, news, newsletters, literature, and product information. The (not so suprising) results:
- Journal articles were primarily reported to be read in printed form;
- online news, newsletters, and product reviews were reported to be read mainly online;
- users reported that they tend not to use online sources for reading literature. (I am very well aware that MR members still represent a minority group, the 18.5% who read literature online only ) Over 56% of participants reported not reading literature online at all.
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