Use Of E Readers On Students With Dyslexia

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Abstract
E-readers are a tool to be used in a classroom that can help students with dyslexia comprehend more of what they are reading. While using an e-reader a students with dyslexia are better able to manipulate the reading to adjust it so they are able to focus on the reading part by part in order to better understand the work. There are many studies out there testing to see how the use of e-readers effects students with dyslexia. The studies by Schneps, Wilke, and Camardese all use e-readers to measure how they help dyslexic students comprehend the different texts that they are reading.

I. Introduction
Everyone is different, and not everyone reads the same way. This is the case with a person who has dyslexia. “Dyslexia is a learning disorder characterized by difficulty reading due to problems identifying speech sounds and learning how they relate to letters and words” (Dyslexia, 2016); this can affect how the reader comprehends what is written. An individual with dyslexia may struggle while reading because of the way their mind processes the information that they are reading.
Dyslexia is a learning disability that affects approximately 17% of people (PBS, 2016). Individuals with dyslexia can struggle with comprehending what they are reading, and it may take them longer to process the information. Comprehension is “the action of understanding something” (Oxford Dictionary, 2016). Individuals with dyslexia can face difficulties “in acquiring automaticity in

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