Reader-response theory is a type of theory in which the readers' feedback or reaction to the text is vital to the interpretation of it. According to the Poetry Foundation, this theory considers the text as having no meaning until the reader reads it and experiences it.
Google Reader was a feed reader operated by Google. It allowed readers to subscribe to RSS and Atom feeds. Feeds are lists of items that come from websites such as blogs, news, services or photo albums.
E-readers differ from tablet computers primarily in their display hardware, replacing LCD screens with low-power e-ink displays. These screens use tiny capsules filled with black-and-white particles that react to electrical charges. When a charge passes through the scre...
Popular free PDF readers include Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, Foxit Reader, Lumin PDF and Evince. All of these are available for downloading online. Specific features such as multi-platform support and cloud-based access vary among different PDF readers.
A preprimer reader is a book written at a level suited to students in kindergarten and those entering the first grade. It is the easiest leveled reader and contains words from the Dolch pre-primer sight word list as well as simple text that correlates with the pictures.
Accelerated Reader is a computer reading program that provides books and magazines for students to read along with quizzes that match the reading material, according to About.com. The program is designed to motivate students to read, while allowing teachers to track stu...
A Digital Concepts card reader is a device that is able to connect multiple formats of memory cards to a computer through a USB port. Memory card readers interact with a computer in the same manner as a USB flash drive.