digital native


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digital native

n
(Computer Science) informal a person who has been familiar with information technology since childhood. Compare digital immigrant, analogue3
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TECHNOLOGY training provider Digital Native has pledged to create 400 jobs for young people over the next five years following its move into Birmingham's Custard Factory.
Local inward investment agency Business Birmingham has been working to support Digital Native.
The survey revealed that despite being the digital native generation, 59 percent of millenials felt that society has become just too reliant on technology, the New York Daily News reported.
My first thought was that digital native sounds like a robot--not a person
In classrooms, he contended, digital immigrant instructors and digital native students speak entirely different languages.
The Academic Library in the Age of the Digital Native
Summary: MENA's digital native employees drive demand for flexible and collaborative IT tools.
A Digital Native is someone born after 1980 who has "access to networked digital technologies," has "the skills to use those technologies," and has "never known any other way of life.
Looking toward the future of technology--enhanced education; ubiquitous learning and the digital native.
I could quibble with this--I was born in 1981, and think I belong to an in-between group that does remember those things; plus, technical aptitude varies greatly even within the Digital Native cohort.
Here, right in front of me, was the classic example of a true digital native.
Emakina, a full service digital native agency and Digital Jungle, a social influence-marketing agency, announced today that they signed a strategic partnership to offer Brands digital marketing services across Europe and Asia.

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