Score another one for print and paper! The recent article I outlined below from the November 2013 issue of Scientific American magazine outlines that most people understand and remember text better when reading on paper versus a screen. According to the article, while e-readers and tablets are becoming more popular as these technologies improve, reading on paper has many advantages.
They outline in the article that screens can be more mentally taxing and even physically tiring than reading on paper.
Read the article for yourself and learn more about why the brain prefers paper and why we should prefer paper for learning.
Source: Scientific American