Could digital comic books help foster a love of reading in students?

08/30/2011 | KQED.org

Digital comic books and graphic novels can be powerful tools for engaging students who otherwise may be uninterested in reading, writes blogger Audrey Watters. While digital-rights regulations have created some obstacles to the use of such content, more digital publishers and other websites now are offering titles that can be accessed with e-readers or shared online by multiple users, restoring an important component of the comic-book subculture, Watters writes.

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