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paper vs digital for students?

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In this digital era, it can be an easy option for training companies to go online, or digital. Of course, we may be bias here as we love all things about print and paper, but there is some valuable research that students in particular, benefit more from printed documents. Twosides Australia discuss this very topic in one of their recent blogs titled, "Print and paper play a key role in learning and literacy", stating “Several studies on the outcomes of reading and studying on paper versus digital from the United States and South Korea have been conducted. The results show that 60 out of 66 students preferred paper to a computer when studying and that using paper for note-taking improved the quality of student reports." 

Read more in our blog titled - students, learning and the benefit of pen on paper.