In March 2013, MC asked dighum scholars, "Where do you see the digital divide in your work and/or scholarship?" Ian Ross addressed the sometimes contested notion of the digital native, concluding in his post that "perhaps...the digital native is not only far less prevalent than we have previously understood, but that digital presence, even among sites that suggest technical literacy, is far more likely to be embodied by a consumer than a producer."
Has the general definition of the digital native, particularly as relates to classroom/pedagogical experiences, evolved? Or has it? What's your take?