The team at Readability Matters continues to challenge our thinking and expand our research agenda. We look forward to improved reading productivity for all!
Readability Matters has served as the catalyst to bring together multiple groups of advocates, researchers, and professionals to help spur new research into the idea that every person, no matter their prior ability, can improve their reading ability with their optimal typeface. As a researcher, I am privileged to be working with such a group.
As a researcher, I am excited to explore the benefits of personalized reading formats for children. Readability Features may be an important new tool for educators in the area of individualized instruction.
ReadWorks is excited to team with Readability Matters and researchers exploring Readability impacts. We have a collective goal of improving outcomes for all learners.
The Readability Matters team has brought invaluable insights to help guide our research directions towards impactful findings on optimal reading formats. We look forward to continuing to learn from each other.
Advocates like Readability Matters are key in our era of information overload. LabX is excited to be working side by side with them to prove out technologies that enhance reading instantly.
Readability Matters is engaging in vital work that will help enhance reading for everyone. I am excited to partner with them on cutting-edge research that will help improve our understanding of how readability features affect reading comprehension processes in the brain.
Readability Matters’ Work
The Readability Consortium
Founding members Adobe, Google, University of Central Florida, and Readability Matters established a readability research consortium to explore ways to enable better reading and shift reading outcomes by personalizing text format for the individual. See the announcement here. Visit the TRC website here.
Research Sync Are you interested in Readability research? A cross-disciplinary team of researchers meets monthly. Contact TRC Director Dr. Ben D. Sawyer, for more information.
Readability Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach 28 interdisciplinary experts collaborated to publish best practices and methodologies in readability research. Learn more here.