Contrary to popular opinion, a leading expert has said that computers are helping to create one of the most literate and engaged generations the world has seen.
Carl Whithaus, associate professor of writing at UC Davis, has revealed that computers along with traditional print-based literacy methods have proved to be a boon to academic achievement.
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"We're finding that traditional print-based literacy is important. At the same time, we're seeing that the new technologies are not just eye candy," said Whithaus.
"Traditional print-based reading and writing is only part of a much larger set of skills that students need in the 21st century," he added.
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