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  1. Introduction to Technology

    Tools such as the Internet, Excel, Word, and Access allow students to easier research and prepare papers. Computers are very helpful to teachers. Many teachers can take advantage of the computers in their classroom or at home by entering grades and allowing the computer to compute them. Entering the grades can be very simple and fast. Allowing the computer to compute the grades saves time from manually computing them. The teacher can also set up attendance on the computer. But on the other side if computer is misused, it can result in demerits.

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  2. ICT AND ME

    I Sometimes Use My laptop for Homework. My Computer completes my needs aswell because it holds pictures, music, Programmes and Files. It doesn't have a big amount of memory but has enough to hold my Stuff. If I Could Change anything about it I would have one with more memory. Mobile Phone. I have a Sony Erricson w880i Phone. It Does Many Different Things. It is the phone I wanted. I have it on contract which means I have a bill at the end of the month.

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  3. things to do in Naple

    In addition it is rich in art history. It is a tourist town. Things to do: We only have a short time to visit Naples and you want to get a really complete picture of the city, so make sure you do these ten things: * Spend at least half a day without a map or guide book around La Fontana dell'Immacolatella. * Shopping in Naples is fun. You don't even have to buy anything just wander round crowded streets. * Is there anything else better than getting up on a Saturday morning with a cup of coffee and listening to music?

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  4. Introductory Communications and Input Output Devices

    We shouldn't be able to see other users' personal data or documents. Each user then needs there own 'logon' identification and password. This is recognised by the system and the password attempts to ensure that the person is who they say they are. So it is important to keep the passwords private and change it frequently. They should 'logoff' the network properly. Facsimile (Fax) Fax machines are used to transmit documents which are not of personal nature. Immediate hard copies are printed at the other end, but the document cannot be sent if the fax machine is busy, and only one number can be used at one time.

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  5. ICT developments and their effects on groups and individuals

    Typing out work. 4. A working parent Internet shopping and banking from work. Organising their day without neglecting other aspects Need to 1. Personal organiser 2. Need to buy goods and outside of high street opening hours. Benefits are 1. Quick shopping 2. Be organised and prepared. 5. A Doctor Can keep files of all patients. Medicines can be found on the internet. Need to 1. Keep records of patients history 2. Keep patients contact details. Benefits are 1.

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  6. ict- Ao2a

    I will ask them all the questions to get the information that I need. The reason why I will use this method is because it is likely to be correct and trustworthy as I will be getting it from a primary source. Creating a logo and a slogan for the travel agency I can create the logo and the slogan by hand using a paper and a pencil/pen and then scanning it on the computer but I will not do this because it will take too long and also because it is most likely to be scruffy compared to a computer drawn.

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  7. Investigation of Two Different Organisations' use of ICT

    I particularly worked on a school project in which building a new school from scratch. Using ICT in Babcock Infrastructure Services The employees at Babcock Infrastructure Services use ICT in many different ways, and it is a big part in the everyday running of the organisation. Computers are used for designing purposes, creation of work related documents and communication with clients. Software used in Babcock Infrastructure Services Mechanical and structural engineers in the organisation use AutoCAD 2007 to design the basic structure and mechanics of buildings, finding out the area of rooms and sizes of specific features being used such as floor type, wall type etc.

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  8. Video Games and Children, is it bad

    Serious adverse physical effects, however, are short or limited to a small number of players. Research has also identified benefits associated with creative and good uses of video games, as in physical rehabilitation. People that promote video games suggest that they may be a friendly way of introducing children to computers, and may increase children's hand-eye coordination and attention to detail, like the mega pixels in a television screen. Video games Use by Children show that recent studies have indicated that the time children spend playing video games has changed. In 1967, the average 11-12 year old watched 2.8 hours of television per day.

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  9. ICT and people with special needs

    So when text is written on the screen, it can be read back to the user. Furthermore, for people who are only partially sighted, the computer screen can be made bigger and font and icons can be made clearer to view. There are such things as "brail keyboards". This is a normal computer keyboard but with brail writing (writing that blind people use to read, they use it by feeling their hands over the bumps to figure out what the letters are)

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  10. ICT GCSE POWERPOINT IDENTIFY

    The current system Currently Mr. Thompson: * Producing Brochures for every car. * Newspaper adverts * Paid for computer pop ups to appear from the internet * Hires staff to help explain car specifications. And to help choose the car for customers. * Keeps a written record of customers who have purchased BMW's. All owners who have had BMW's receive the BMW magazine to keep them interested in the company. Problems with the current system: Currently Mr. Thompson prints out brochures in his office, where people have thrown them on the floor after viewing them and he has also created newspaper adverts and which cost a lot of money.

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  11. Bussines and Communication Systems

    At the end of my report, I s Section 2a: Objectives of Internal and External Communications (Processes of Communication) There are many objectives of an internal and external communications contained in an organisation. Internal communication is in a business company or in other words they occur within the communication i.e. between a manager and employee or between a manager and a supervisor. It can take place in various actions/directions: Up a hierarchy chain, along a hierarchy chain and downwards a hierarchy chain. There is also another type of communication called grapevine. This includes an informal way such as having a coffee together friends working together.

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  12. Online Shopping

    Among the many are Gap, Amazon, Marks and Spencer, Ebay, play.com and many more. To online shop all you have to do is follow the instructions that are given on the web page. It is very simple. Some benefits of online shopping are that sometimes you get it at a cheaper price. You can browse everything any store has not just what is at the store you can see back stock and everything. In addition, the most important benefit of all in my opinion is you can shop without leaving your house.

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  13. GNVQ ICT: unit 7 presenting information multimedia individual work

    I got information from both IT and non-IT sources. I went through newspapers and leaflets on drug information. I researched on both IT and non-IT sources. I got information from the internet through websites based on drug addiction which gave me background knowledge to put in different slides of my presentation and from the library, leaflets, newspapers and the images from the internet and the clipart. It was important for me to compose original text because my presentation must be in my own words so that the information should be understood and readable for my targeted audience.

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  14. human resouces

    Can be formatted to made look neat so reader can understand what they are going to read. External ways of communication Emails Email is an easy way to send information in a network. They can include files which can be attached to a document so you can send information across the network. You can set a structure to an email so it looks neat and tidy. They can be personal to both contacts. Memos Memos are a short way of contacting someone. They are very brief and simple so they can be understood easy. They are good to send messages to people because they are fast and easy to set up.

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  15. ICT Final Project (complete)

    How do you currently think that data will be collected? * The Internet. * Information from the travel agent about their rates. What do you currently think the outputs of your system will be? * On-screen output. * Numerical output. * Printout Project Proposal Form Index Analysis 4 Design 11 Implementation 22 Testing 52 Evaluation 67 User Guide 71 Analysis Identification Who is the Real User? Mr Smith is the owner of an independent travel agency; they cater to people who wish to go abroad, providing long and short hall flights.

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  16. ict ocrnational unit 2 - creating website

    * Rollover Buttons * Javascript * Online feedback form with a submit button * Page Template & CSS House Style Colour Scheme These are the final colours which will be used on the website because they are easy and simple. They are not too harsh or bright but at the same time they are not boring. It will give the website a professional look therefore giving it a good corporate image. This is important because the user will in turn feel that the company is trustworthy.

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  17. Social and Moral Implications of ICT

    This technology acts as a simpler way of transferring funds and prevents errors in calculating stock and payments. There is less chance of theft because no cash is used and it is more secure for transferring large amounts of money. Online shopping has also changed the way many people buy and sell products, allowing customers to shop at the convenience of their own home. It saves travelling time and makes it easier for customers to purchase from shops which are not local to them.

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  18. Sports Day Presentation Using Power Point

    Using Microsoft power point I can also create a master slide so that the layout of this slide would apply to all the websites and this would make my presentation much more consistent. Power point will be the most suitable software application for the presentation as it has a lot of presentation features like slide show, slide transition, animation etc and slides could have been made in Microsoft word as well but there would be less features available also, it would be much harder for me to edit the presentation as a word document instead of a presentation.

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  19. Making A Poster Using Publisher

    As the I couldn't find this image on the internet I had to create it myself. Furthermore I could not just use images from internet from my booklet and I had to edit them so that they are suitable for my booklet. I used a software called gimp to edit them Most of the text was obtained from the internet or encyclopaedias. Here is a list of Urls that I used for my booklet. * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Video_conferencing * http://ezinearticles.com/?Video-Conferencing-Basics&id=37160 * http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/vidconf/intro.html * http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/V/videoconferencing.html The text was adapted at Microsoft word and I just changed the information into my own words and altered the font size and the font itself etc.

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  20. Ways To communicate using ICT

    This equipment is called the "telephone" and allows users to speak and hear each other. Most telephones are in two parts: The handset is a handle containing the transmitter and receiver. The base contains a dial to initiate a call and a bell or other signaling device to notify the user of a telephone call from another user. Some telephones have more or fewer parts, and some don't have this kind of integrated handset. * The system must connect the two or more telephones together.

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  21. UNIT 3B - The impact of ICT on an adult in employment, including the effects on his/her working style

    Texting is an excellent feature as it means that he is able to contact someone without disturbing them. Likewise, it is easy for Mr Nash to receive texts whilst he is at school teaching, rather than disturb a meeting or class to receive a call. This feature helps Mr Nash meet his social and work-related needs. The second feature of the mobile phone is being able to access the internet. However, this does not meet any of his needs efficiently as it is more expensive and slower than a LAN internet connection for a computer. He rarely uses this feature because of these drawbacks and a more efficient internet connection on his phone would drastically improve the ease with which his mobile phone can help him meet all of his needs.

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  22. Advanced search operators

    Now I will see how accurate my websites were that I found. I can now see that even on the information about the site I can read 'Ema is a weekly �30, for eligible students in full time education' this is telling me all I really need to know and I know it's the right information because its specifically for my local area. I no assumed that by typing information about EMA + East Riding - Hull I would find less websites but more detail, but surprisingly I found over 1,000 sites, and the site did have information on EMA but not as accurate as my last search.

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  23. Free essay

    Impact of ICT in Community

    Mary was born with a perfect eye sight but later on her life she lost her eyesight. I will have to describe and evaluate how he or she uses technologies within her life. I will have to find out what technologies Mary uses in her Personal, Social and Work Related. For doing this I will need to write a description of each technology and cover at least three categories which meet their special/particular needs. I will then need to decide whether the technology is personal, social or work related or does the technology come under all three categories.

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  24. Networks LAN = Local Area Network.

    This reduces cost, maintenance and makes upgrades easier. * A user can access any software from any station. * Data can be shared by all users at the same time. Many people can access or update the information held on a database at the same time. Thus information is up to date and accurate. * Users can communicate with others on the network by sending messages and sharing files. * Individual workstations do not need a printer; one high quality printer can now be shared by everyone, thus cutting costs.

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  25. Impact of ICT on the way Students do things at home and at college/school

    Types of USB Connectors Currently, there are four types of USB connectors: Type A, Type B, mini-A and mini-B and are supported by the different USB specifications (USB 1, USB 2 and USB-OTG). USB A (Host) Often referred to as the downstream connector, the Type A USB connector is rectangular in shape and is the one you use to plug into the CPU or USB hub. USB B (Device) Also called the upstream connector; the Type B USB connector is more box-shaped and is the end that attaches directly to the device (such as a printer or digital camera).

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