SpeedReading 2020 - Eureka! Astonishing Results of a Comprehensive Ten-year International Speed Reading Research Study
This paper reports the findings of this longitudinal research study from the overburdened reader’s perspective, not only on the solution to print pollution, but also on the ways to overcome the overwhelming onslaught brought about by the e-publishing evolution.
International Journal of the Book, Volume 1.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound), ISSN: 1447-9516,
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 198.351KB), ISSN: 1447-9567,
Dr. Helen Amoriggi holds a Doctorate in Education (Reading) from Boston University and is directing an international reading research study on Advanced Reading, Note-taking and Study Skills. Dr. Amoriggi was co-chair
of a UNACNU Task Force on Literacy and the Infobahn. Helen was twice-nominated for the prestigious "Outstanding Teacher/Educator of the Year in Reading Award" of the 93,000 member International Reading Association. Dr. Amoriggi alsoholds a Degree in Business Administration and is a professional reader, reviewer, evaluator, and editor of research applications, professional texts, proposals, manuscripts, and theses.
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