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SOURCE 2021: CCGA Students’ Preference: Digital & Non-Digital Reading & Writing

Presentation Details

Title: CCGA Students’ Preference: Digital & Non-Digital Reading & Writing

Presenters: Tramaine Lockhart

Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Mary McGinnis

Abstract: This research focuses on CCGA students' preference between digital and non-digital reading
and writing. This study is relevant in college environments because as resources become more
accessible digitally and less accessible non-digitally it affects the consumers' efficiency.
Student's make decisions based on access as well as preference; this poster presents the
preliminary findings regarding them both.