Top Definition
The way a digital immigrant speaks, writes and behaves that reveals his/her lack of experience in using ICTs.

See also: digital native & digital immigrant

A term coined by Marc Prensky in his book Digital Game Based Learning
"The digital immigrant accent includes going slowly, going step-by-step, using outlines for organisation, reading manuals, going to the internet second rather than first. Digital natives find this accent and approach very hard to deal with" Marc Prensky in an elearning post interview
by Oingodeboingo November 11, 2004

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