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Saturday, June 15, 2019



Thank you for this post -- look forward to reading this article. Readability could be even in lower, in practice, Many educators believe that smartphone dependence, which fosters skimming of text and short attention, is hurting reading skills.

My understanding is that computer programming can design these online contracts to require people to pause as they read, though I’m skeptical that will be effective. However, this article has inspired an idea for an interdisciplinary clinic project: can law students work with education grad students to re-draft a more readable version of one of these unreadable consumer contracts?

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