References: Explicit Instruction: Online Reading Strategies

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Carioli, S., & Peru, A. (2019). Teaching online reading strategies using the think aloud technique. Italian Journal of Educational Technology, 27(3), 279-294.

Coiro, J (2003). Exploring literacy on the Internet: Reading comprehension on the Internet: Expanding our understanding of reading comprehension to encompass new literacies. The Reading Teacher, 56(5), 458-464.

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Sutherland-Smith, W. (2002). Weaving the literacy web: Changes in reading from page to screen. The Reading Teacher 55(7), 662-669.

Werderich, D. E., Manderino, M., & Godinez, G. (2017). Leveraging digital mentor texts to write like a digital writer. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 60(5), 537-546.