1. Adapting and simplifying ER materials for high school learners
  2. Impact of ER on learner’s attitudes and motivation towards reading
  3. Factors affecting individual selection and use of ER materials
  4. Effects of glossing on either physical or electronic texts
  5. Incidental acquisition of grammar competence through reading
  6. ER programs for schools: student orientation, setting up libraries, and post reading activities
  7. Use of electronic reading materials: selection, use and challenges of online reading
  8. ER in the teaching of languages other than English
  9. Learner Autonomy ER and learner responsibility and initiative
  10. Relationship between Extensive Reading and STEM education
  11. The role of ER in improving reading ability
  12. ER and speed: Improving and measuring speed through ER
  13. ER and language learner literature
  14. ER for academic purposes in high school and tertiary education
  15. ER methods and techniques
  16. Selection of ER materials: The Graded Readers
  17. Student made reading materials
  18. Effect of socio-cultural issues on ER practices
  19. Impact of stakeholder attitudes on ER programs: Teachers, administration and parents
  20. Student-student collaboration in ER
  21. Incidental acquisition of vocabulary through ER
  22. Impact of ER on learners writing ability
  23. ER programs for young learners
  24. Implementing ER in STEM education
  25. Role of ER in STEM education
  26. Benefits and challenges of physical and digital libraries in promoting ER
  27. ER and the English curriculum: exploring students ER comprehension
  28. Principles and Practices of ER
  29. Approaches to using the short story in the ER classroom
  30. Engaging learners into a reciprocal community of readers on the internet
  31. Using M-Reader and Xreading for ER
  32. ER Motivation for reluctant and young readers