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As we adopt smartphones and tablets for 1:1 instruction, we need to review our efforts at comprehension instruction for all kinds of digital texts. Based on a survey of over 800 adolescents, we will discuss principles of "Connected Reading" and how we can adapt existing comprehension strategies in digital spaces, as well as explore new opportunities for finding, managing, and reflecting on digital texts.

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Troy Hicks is an associate professor of English at Central Michigan University.  A former middle school teacher, he has written numerous books on digital literacies and collaborates with K-12 colleagues to explore how they implement newer literacies in their classrooms.

Kristen Turner is an associate professor of English education and contemporary literacies at Fordham University. A former high school teacher of English and social studies, she directs the Fordham Digital Literacies Collaborative, a professional network for teachers in the New York City area.  

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