What's better, reading a book or listening to audio books? I've done a bit research, and most places say that on isn't superior to the other. But I'm not convinced by that, since I don't see the logic in it.
Reading a book teaches you how to read faster plus you get the information about what you're reading. Listening to a book only gets the information about what you're reading, but doesn't improve the reading skill.
When that has been said, listening does have the advantage of only occupying your ears and not both your eyes and hands, so you can to some other task while getting the information.
Am I missing something?