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Leggere e comprendere nell’epoca degli schermi digitali
  • Andrea Nardi,

In the current media landscape, digital devices seem to undermine traditional learning and reading practices. Overwhelmed by cognitive overload and a flood of information stimuli, constantly busy scrolling through touch screens, today's readers often show a "distracted", hasty and “impatient” approach; they skim-read through text without in-depth comprehension, thus risking to miss out on the full understanding of meanings. Following the increased diffusion of digital reading, both inside and outside of schools, researchers are called upon to evaluate its strengths and weaknesses, prerogatives and risks. Do the new reading modalities restructure our cognitive habits and our thinking? Is it better to read on paper or through digital texts? Does online reading require new competencies and skills? How can we teach students to read “critically” on the screen? These are just some of the questions which this volume will try to answer, benefiting from the contribution of various branches of knowledge ranging from pedagogy to media studies, from cognitive psychology to neuroscience; standing in between the two opposing views of the "myth of superficiality" and the "myth of depth", and avoiding both uncritical optimism regarding the present and nostalgic idealization of a past forever lost.

  • Keywords:
  • digital reading,
  • media literacy,
  • neuroscience,
  • learning,
  • evidence-based research,
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Andrea Nardi

INDIRE, National Institute for Documentation, Innovation and Educational Research, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0001-7832-4580

Andrea Nardi works at the National Institute of Documentation, Innovation and Educational Research (INDIRE). PhD in Educational Sciences and Psychology (M-PED/03) works with the Laboratory of Educational Technology (LTE) at the University of Florence and is a member of the editorial board of the scientific journal Media Education, Studies, research and good practices (FUP). He mainly deals with media education, educational technologies, textuality and media literacies. Other research interests concern evidence-based education and effectiveness of teaching methods. About these topics he has published several papers on national and international scientific journals.
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