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How to cite Effective citing and referencing 7bCiting non-printed electronic sources
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In declaring that ability to read is a vital survival skill, Royce points out that, when you think about the vast amount of information, written information, that computer technology makes possible, the ability to read becomes evermore important”.
Reading is important. It is a vital survival skill. Reading, and of course writing, is the basis of learning. Until recently, it was the main method by which people far apart could talk to each other, across the miles or across the years. Even today, reading has advantages not shared by telecommunications or computer technology. And when you think about the vast amount of information, written information, that computer technology makes possible, the ability to read becomes evermore important.
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Royce, J. 1995. Reading Matters Words, words, words. http://read2live.
info/read2.htm. Accessed 30 November 2013.
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Royce, suggesting that ability to read is a vital survival skill, added, when you think about the vast amount of information, written information, that computer technology makes possible, the ability to read becomes evermore important (1995).
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In declaring that ability to read is a vital survival skill, Royce points out that, when you think about the vast amount of information, written information, that computer technology makes possible, the ability to read becomes evermore important 2
Royce, J. 1995. Reading matters Words, words, words. http://read2live.info/read2.htm. Accessed 30 November 2013.
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As Royce has suggested, technology has not made obsolete the need for good reading skills far from it—so much digital text is produced today that ability to read is as important, perhaps even more important, than ever.
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As Royce (1995) has suggested, technology has not made obsolete the need for good reading skills far from it—so much digital text is produced today that ability to read is as important, perhaps even more important, than ever. Almost 20 years later, this remains as true as ever.
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As Royce noted, technology has not made obsolete the need for good reading skills far from it—so much digital text is produced today that ability to read is as important, perhaps even more important, than ever Royce, J. 1995. Reading matters Words, words, words. http://read2live.info/read2.htm. Accessed 30 November 2013.




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