Examining the Adoptability Prospects and Implications of Digital Methods of Writing and Reading

Aftab Ahmed Charan, Ghulam Ali Buriro, Asad Habib


The development of tools plays a significant role in the shift of mode and ethics of any process. Therefore, the story of literacy which began with craving unsteady lines on stones, has reached at sophisticated structures beautifully composed on cutting-edge technology equipment. Interestingly the journey does not end here; keeping in view the past progress it is safe to believe that it is yet a beginning of human literary. The modern gadgets and software are bracing to substitute the traditional tools of literary as they did with their predecessors. The convincingly convenient speech recognizing software, cheap and accessible, is strongly assumed as the potential antagonist of pen and typing hassle. It will allow anyone and everyone to write! Similarly the audio books will make all the illiterates the other way round with a click. The researchers aim to explore the potential existence and influence of digital tools in the domain of teaching literacy. The research is fuelled with the objectives whether or not do we still need to focus on teaching reading and writing as the prerequisites of literacy. The research aims to weigh the claim of a few researcherswho believe that the digital world will engulf these two basic skills and liberate the society from the slavery of lines and dots. This research is an observatory one based on the investigations conducted by various researchers and thinkers on the paradigm of digital reading and writing.

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