Research observed reading comprehension and speed in 103 highschool students with dyslexia. They compared reading on paper with reading on a small handheld e-reader device. The text displayed showed only a few words per line. Results show quite improved speed and comprehension when compared to text on paper. Before this research dr. Schneps’ team did an eye-tracking study. It showed readers with dyslexia:
E-readers proved more effective in some students with dyslexia. Improvements are in both speed and comprehension. One of the key conclusions is that simple adjustments to the visual presentation of the text can improve reading in people with dyslexia. Main are shortening the text and adding spacing between letters and lines.
Dyslexics students (and adults) use Omoguru to make the text more readable and decode words with ease. The text is shorter by default. Space between lines and letters is easy to setup. To improve text readability and make Omoguru mobile app and Lexie more effective dyslexia reader users can: