What is E-READ?
The Scandinavian Workshop on Applied Eye Tracking (SWAET) is an interdisciplinary meeting place for graduate students, researchers, industry, and other people using eye tracking as a measurement tool.
We are pleased to announce the official launch of the fifth call for Short Term Scientific Mission (STMS) proposals with a deadline of February 1st 2016.
Mr. Ladislao Salmerón was interviewed about the COST E-read by the Spanish public national radio “Radio Nacional 5”, on 17th June 2015.
Call for applications for Training School in Haifa (February 8-11, 2016) has been issued with a deadline of December 21th 2015. Only 10 trainees will be invited to the Training school and receive a travel grant of 900 Euro.
The third meeting of COST Action E-READ was held in Szeged, Hungary.
The article discusses the changes introduced by electronic reading in terms of reading habits and of psychological-brain issues. The COST action E-Read is introduced in the third paragraph of the article.
This is the official launch of the fourth call for Short Term Scientific Mission (STMS) proposals with a deadline of 21th December 2015.
The second meeting of COST Action E-READ was held in Ljubljana.
The article covers the two-day meeting on the evolution of reading in a digital age started at the Ljubljana Faculty of Arts, featuring 70 experts from more than 20 European countries who are studying the differences in reading from paper books and e-books.
The Bookseller: European study into e-reading launches next week The article covers a story about a new European Commission-funded project aimed at researching whether or not reading digitally changes people’s comprehension of the text they consume. The Evolution of Reading…