Researchers from Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany, found that digital reading devices allow older people to read the same text more quickly and with less effort than printed pages, without affecting their understanding of the text, the Telegraph reported.
What does JOGU stand for?
JOGU stands for Johannes Gutenberg (University, Mainz, Germany)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Job of General Manager
- Journal of General Management
- Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (est. 1967)
- Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing (also seen as JOGNN)
- Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing
- Journal of Global Optimization (Springer Netherlands)
- Just One Guy's Opinion
- Journal of Geophysical Research
- Jewish Outdoor Group of Singles
- Journal of Gambling Studies
- Jerusalem Open House
- John (New Testament books)
- Journal of Housing (American Real Estate Society)
- Journal of Hydrology
- Journey of Hope
- Junges Orchester Hamburg (German: Hamburg Youth Orchestra; Hamburg, Germany)
- Japan Oral History Association (est. 2003)
- Joliet Oncology Hematology Associates (Illinois)
- Joint Oxfam HIV/AIDS Programme (South Africa)
- Jharkhandi Organisation for Human Rights (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The events of next week will help determin whether we end up with something close to the glorious vision of a future when everyone has access to the web or when where the ITU conference goes about ripping up the legacy that Johannes Gutenberg left us.
~around 1440, Holy Roman Empire [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Johannes Gutenberg invents the printing press.
A group of 22 students from the Johannes Gutenberg University visited Sharjah last month (from February 27) on a field trip as part of the course curriculum in Geography.
Johnson takes the reader on a guided tour that goes from stories of Charles Darwin in the Galapagos to FBI counter-terrorism agents in Phoenix to physicists in a Johns Hopkins cafeteria to Johannes Gutenberg in Rhineland, Germany.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] We've seen carbon trading, new technologies and even protective covers splayed across Alpine ski slopes, but German researchers at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz have a new proposal they hope will soften the impact of climate change.