"Efficient reading involves both speed and comprehension. Most readers sacrifice one for the other. They reason incorrectly that one must read
quickly without retaining information or slowly in order to retain the information. This is false reasoning. Slow reading is inefficient. Fast reading is efficient" (Kluepfel, n.d).
Kluepfel, G. (n.d). Being a flexible reader. Retrieved May 11, 2004, from
Reading Speed & Comprehension
Tips for Reading Difficult Material
Taking Notes from a Textbook
Marking & Underlining in a Textbook