Date of Award
Doctor of Education in Teacher Leadership (Ed.D)
Dr. Raynice Jean-Sigur
First Committee Member
Dr. Debra Coffey
Second Committee Member
Dr. Mark Warner
The purpose of the study was to identify teacher’s opinions of technology and its usage with reading instruction. The study explored teachers’ use of e-books, computers (reading programs), and tablets to enhance reading skills. Specifically, the researcher wanted to investigate elementary teachers’ beliefs regarding the use of e-books (electronic books), computers (reading programs), and tablets for enhancing reading skills with students who struggle with reading. To determine the impact of e-books, computers, and tablets on reading practices, data were collected from four urban elementary teachers in a southeastern school district. The research was conducted using surveys, interviews, and observations.
Ingram, Nicole B., "The Use of E-books, Computers, and Tablets To Enhance Reading Skills" (2020). Doctor of Education in Teacher Leadership Dissertations. 41.