The educational thoughts of Jason Epstein
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"The most important difference [between paper and screen reading] is when the text becomes digital. Then it loses its physical dimension, which is special to the book, and the reader loses his feeling of totality."
The movie adaptation of "The Picture of Dorian Grey" is a good way for teachers and librarians to introduce high-school level students to the works of Oscar Wilde. Good article about the film, with a trailer at the end.