4/18/2011

The growing influence of technology is creating "new literacies" in which traditional skills of reading and writing are merged with 21st-century skills. Researchers say that technology requires students to think more critically when faced with an overwhelming amount of information available on the Internet, but that it also can prompt deeper reading as students become more engaged in genres through social networking and other Web-based collaborative tools.

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