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Traditional media skills and digital media skills: much of a difference?

@inproceedings{Deursen2010TraditionalMS,
  title={Traditional media skills and digital media skills: much of a difference?},
  author={Alexander van Deursen and Jan Agm van Dijk},
  year={2010}
}
Although traditional and digital media skills contain many similarities, digital media literacy increases the differences observed in traditional literacy. On the one hand computers and the Internet make things easier as they enable systematic information retrieval from innumerable sources simultaneously. At the other hand computers and the Internet make information seeking and improving literacy more difficult as they assume a number of new operational and formal skills to start with… 

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