I know that you call someone who is familiar with technology "technologically literate" and someone who isn't "technologically illiterate"
I am looking for a word for those who are in between those two.
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The expression computer semi-literate might fit, which Urban Dictionary defines as
A recovering Luddite, new to computers with a low skill level.
1) I ain't no computer semi-literate...I found the urban dictionary, didn't I?
Google books offers semi-literate as well:
Whereas computer hobbyists are generally computer-literate, many of the newest generation of personal computer owners are only what might be described as semi-literate. The personal computer market still represents a very obvious target ...
a. a person who is new to or inexperienced in a certain task, situation, etc; beginner; tyro
b. (as modifier): novice driver.
[C14: via Old French from Latin novīcius, from novus new]
[C18: from French, from Latin amātor lover, from amāre to love]
[C18: from Italian, from dilettare to delight, from Latin dēlectāre]
diletˈtantish ˌdiletˈtanteish adj ˌdiletˈtantism ˌdiletˈtanteism n
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