I have always liked the simplicity of infographics.
Here’s the latest one about reading I found from Chronicle Books.
Find more infographics about reading on our Pinterest board – Infographics-Reading/Literature.
Presented by MyChronicleBooks
This video was produced by Hilary Commer for a Visual Media class at Abilene Christian University.
I’ve already picked out my books for my summer reading list. Have you?
School might be out or almost out, but that’s no excuse for not reading.
I found this video from Scholastic promoting the superpowers of reading. Use it anytime during the year for reading promotion.
Need some good summer reading lists. Visit the Linda’s Links to Literature Facebook page for the latest lists.
I recently saw this fun interactive e-Reader infographic on the Staples website that compares personal reading speed to the national average. I took the test and found that I read 79% faster than the national average.
I recall reading recently that people read 25% slower on a computerized screen. I don’t know if that’s really true because since I got my e-reader I have found myself actually reading much faster.
Take the test to see how you compare to the national average and let me know your results.
Note in the upper left corner, there is an Options button for changing the book passage, test length, and font size.
Source: Staples eReader Department
Here’s another fun infographic with Interesting Facts About Reading.