Network vs. Print

The fact that print is diminishing is quite evident today. Print and Network literacy though they may differ, though networking is becoming more used than print, harbor the same principles in terms of understanding and what is required to become literate in these mediums. As Adrian Miles states, literacy in these mediums require one to understand how to obtain what and make use of the source as effectively as possible. Hence, if one requires knowledge it is up to that person to be able to understand how to acquire and apply that knowledge. Similarly with Networking, although to become literate you need to have a vivid understanding of how to use sources effectively, that doesn’t mean that you have to be able to understand the certain codes required to create that website, but rather how to access and use that website the most effectively as you can. 

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