Dillon, Andrew. “Reading From Paper Versus Screens: A Critical Review of the Empirical Literature.” University of Texas at Austin School of Information. Web.
This work regarded a study regarding the differences in reading online versus reading print. It explained the differences regarding speed, accuracy, fatigue, and comprehension. It was found that reading online is more straining, require much more focus and attention, and produces a lower level of comprehension. This study is helpful because it can further exemplify my point that there is a difference in reading these two forms of media that thus require a different form of writing, if the same outcome is desired.