By N. Panteli
As know-how alterations, so too have its functions and our makes use of and reports with them have replaced besides. The emergence of latest applied sciences supply possibilities for brand new methods of interacting, enjoying, operating and studying. it truly is in the context of simultaneous pleasure and anxiousness that the author discusses digital social networks.
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He suggests that like natives the current generation of students has grown up and been exposed to all things digital and can therefore speak the ‘digital language’; the digital immigrants, on the other hand were not born into the digital world but were exposed to it at a later stage of their lives. Therefore the way in which they think and process information will be significantly different. For instance, digital immigrants will probably have spent many hours locked away in a bedroom revising for exams from textbooks and classroom notes with minimal distraction, whereas in stark contrast the digital natives will probably supplement the textbook and class notes with a laptop screen displaying a number of tabbed pages that provide multiple sources of information.
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