During the course of our life, for private or professional purposes, with a defined goal or not, we collect, process and use a whole heap of data.
## The Wright's Models:
4 interrelated domains:
analytical, information, social and learning. The analytical domain involves competencies such as interpretation, envisioning, application, creation and contextualization. The information dimension comprises the sourcing, assessment, organization, aggregation, and communication of information. The social dimension involves finding and collaborating with people, development of both close networks and extended networks, and dialogue. The learning dimension entails expanding pattern recognition and sensemaking capabilities, reflection, development of new knowledge, improvement of skills, and extension to others. This model stresses the importance of both bonding and bridging networks