DEVELOPING A READING CULTURE IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT

Truong Dai Luong

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This article is aimed to analyze the impact of information and communication technology on the reading activities of users on the basis of synthesizing the results of other studies. Clarifying the requirements set out to develop reading culture for users in digital environments and giving a definition of reading culture in digital environment. Reading culture in digital environment is a combination of reading habits, digital skills, and information literacy.


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reading culture, digital environment, reading habits, digital skills, and information literacy, digital documents

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