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Date of this Version

Spring 9-30-2021


Kindy Proceed


The main purpose of this research is to look into a study on M.Ed. students' preferences for reading print and digital resources in Madurai district. The current study chose 300 M.Ed. students in Madurai District as the sample using a random sampling technique. For the study, the investigator used the normative survey method. A scale of reading preference for print and digital materials was utilised. The data was segregated and consolidated with the help of Microsoft Excel. SPSS version 21 was used to perform the required statistical analysis. The findings demonstrate that there is a substantial link between M.Ed. students' gender and their use of digital resources for reading.



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