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20 Years of EUROCALL: Learning from the Past, Looking to the Future
digital natives" in Prensky's (2001a Prensky's ( , 2001b two seminal articles. Prensky argues that students today, having grown up in the Digital Age, learn differently from their predecessors, or "digital immigrants". As such, the pedagogical tools and methods used to educate the Natives are outdated. Consequently, many educational professionals became convinced that the ways in which today's students think and learn have been qualitatively changed by their use of information and communicationdoi:10.14705/rpnet.2013.000134 fatcat:bvkqmql54ndoheydundzutgdlu