We always assume that the digital transformation will be lead by the youth. Or at least Mitch does.
Kevin O'Keefe came across a recent study which indicates that older readers needed less brain activity when reading on a tablet than on paper or e-Readers. The authors used EEG devices to monitor (theta band) brain activity and tracked eye movement. In fact, the older readers, aged 66-77 years, were actually able to use the tablets better than younger participants.
The point here is that the readers' subjective preference of print over tablet was irrelevant, for all age groups. Most of the participants . . . [more]