What does it mean to be digital?
What is a text?
What is Digital Writing?
- Requires electronic technology
- Makes use of the Internet ~
- Relies on multiple codes
- Uses digital images ~
- Operates in more than one medium or genre
- Requires research ~
- Communicates in a social environment
- Makes use of rhetorical devices
- Has digital audiences
- Remains in a constant state of revision
Purpose (Message), Medium, Writer, Design, Genre, Audience
The extraverted types learn best by talking and interacting with others. By interacting with the physical world, extraverts can process and make sense of new information. The introverted types prefer quiet reflection and privacy. Information processing occurs for introverts as they explore ideas and concepts internally.
Sensing types enjoy a learning environment in which the material is presented in a detailed and sequential manner. They often attend to what is occurring in the present, and can move to the abstract after they have established a concrete experience. Intuitive types prefer a learning atmosphere in which an emphasis is placed on meaning and associations. Insight is valued higher than careful observation, and pattern recognition occurs naturally for intuitive types.
Thinking types desire objective truth and logical principles and are natural at deductive reasoning. Feeling types place an emphasis on issues and causes that can be personalized while they consider other people's motives.
Judging types will thrive when information is organized and structured, and they will be motivated to complete assignments in order to gain closure. Perceiving types will flourish in a flexible learning environment in which they are stimulated by new and exciting ideas. Judging types like to be on time, while perceiving types may be late and/or procrastinate.