Is Medium the Message? Digital Literacy & Technical Communication Baotong Gu Georgia State University [email protected] SAMLA Conference Atlanta, November 2005 Defining Digital Literacy Computer Literacy Skills required to use the computer Digital/Electronic Literacy
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Skills required to use the computer
“the practices involved in reading, writing, and exchanging information in online environments as well as the values associated with such practices—social, cultural, political, educational.”
--Selfe, Cynthia and Gail E. Hawisher. (2002). "A historical look at electronic literacy: Implications for the education of technical communicators."Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 16, 3. pp. 231-276.
--Selfe and Hawisher, 2002, pp. 260-269
--Moran, Charles. (2003). "Computers and composition 1983-2002: What we have hoped for." Computers and Composition, 20, 4. pp. 343-358.
--Hart-Davidson, Bill and Steve Krause. (2004). "The future of computers and writing: A multivocal textumentary." Computers and Composition, 21, 1. pp. 147-159.