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Reading Digitally: Exploring What We Know and What We Can Do

Reading Digitally: Exploring What We Know and What We Can Do

Asynchronous Workshop

Wed, July 29 11:00 AM - Mon, November 30 2020 11:59 PM

Administered by OSPI


  • Molly Berger


Reading digital texts is much the same but also quite different from reading traditional paper or print. Whether it is through online learning or the traditional classroom, students are reading digital texts. What is the impact on student their comprehension? Explore what the research is showing and what strategies we can teach students in maximizing their understanding of digital texts. The workshop focus will be on reading to learn, but those who teach foundational skills may find ideas as well. Participants will view an introductory video, select readings from current literature and research, research topics of own interest, and share ideas with others.

Up to 10 clock hours available.

Event Notes

Participants will work asynchronously to explore the impact of digital texts on reading and strategies for teaching students to navigate and comprehend these texts.


  • Wed, July 29 - Wed, August 5 2020
    11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Mon, September 28 - Mon, November 30 2020
    12:00 AM - 11:59 PM


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Professional Hours

Clock Hour Number: SPE0104
10.00 Clock Hours