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The Impact of Paging vs. Scrolling on Reading Online Text Passages

From Usabilty News, "[i]n this study, we examined the use of paging vs. scrolling in reading passages, including participants' reading comprehension in paging and scrolling conditions. Dyson and Kipping (1998) found that participants read through paged documents faster than scrolled documents, but showed no differences in reading comprehension." Read the study...

Posted by seralat at 07:28 PM on April 03, 2003
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