Is it hard to remember what you read on an e-book? This report from Time magazine suggests it is. My experience is the same. I also find it harder to concentrate and I tire faster than when reading paper.
Like the Time reporter, at first I put this down to aging. Then I noticed the same problems don’t occur with print.
Time offers scientific evidence students learn better from paper than from e-books. There’s also evidence sub-editors pick up more errors when reading paper than when looking at the same copy on an electronic screen. Some, including Mrs B, prefer to print material for serious subbing even though publishers now frown on the practice.
Although it doesn’t bother me for most types of writing, I find it easy to deal with complex written material when it is printed on paper. And even more so when attempting to read foreign languages. This doesn’t matter for graphics.
What do you think?