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Digital Reading Brings Africa Together

April 16, 2015 By

Digital Reading Summit

We’re thrilled to be hosting our second annual Digital Reading Summit in two countries very special to Worldreader’s mission: Ghana and Kenya. These countries are pioneering the future of Africa’s digital reading revolution and contributing towards making Worldreader’s vision of bringing books to all a foreseeable and promising reality. This year’s Worldreader Digital Reading Summit … Continue Reading →

E-Books in a Kenyan Library Increase Patronage

July 17, 2014 By

Saide Library

SAIDE Community Library in Kenya is a shining example of how e-readers are impacting lives both in and out of the classroom. As a carefully selected library in Worldreader’s Project LEAP (Libraries, E-Reading, Activities, Partnership), which is funded by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, SAIDE Community Library has hosted e-readers for a mere three … Continue Reading →

People Reading More Digital Books on E-readers, Tablets and Mobile Phones, Surveys Find

April 5, 2012 By

By Michael Smith A few weeks ago, Pearson Foundation released survey results showing a growing love of digital reading among U.S. high school seniors and college students. The Pearson Foundation Survey on Students and Tablets draws three conclusions: • E-reading devices (tablets) are on a drastic rise among students; • Students believe that e-reading devices help them in school, … Continue Reading →