Digital Literacy: A Demand for Nonlinear Thinking Styles

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Digital Literacy: A Demand for Nonlinear Thinking Styles by Mark Osterman, Thomas G. Reio, Jr., and M.O. Thirunarayanan

Abstract:
This paper makes a case for a direct relationship between digital literacy and nonlinear thinking styles, articulates a demand for nonlinear thinking styles in education and the workplace, and states implications for a connection between nonlinear thinking styles visual literacy, and intuitive artistic practice.

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