• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: ICT
  • Word count: 2138

coursework ICT

Extracts from this document...


Advantages and Disadvantages of using ICT for this Task Job With IT Without IT text I typed on keyboard. I may well do it without IT by writing with a pen on a paper. Surely, typing on a keyboard is better than writing with a pen for the reason that people usually understand what you have written as it is orderly than writing by hand. Pictures I utilized search engine to find photos which are copyright free and clipart in Microsoft Word. I may possibly do it without IT by using film camera to take pictures to put into my project. Surly, it will take me time to do it but it is the possible way to do that. Rightly, using search engine such as Google to find some related pictures meant for my project has aided me to do my project with no trouble and quickly. Possibility, we can use film camera to obtain pictures but it really need to be developed after and use scan to paste pictures into your work. Spell-checker I used spell-checker to correct any spelling mistake as I am not quite good at spelling. The possible way to check spelling without IT will be by asking my teacher or my friends. ...read more.


If he does not agree you to use it so in this case you cannot use them. As it is incredibly hard to find the person who owns the copyright as a result I have never try to ask someone for permission to use a copyrighted work. Personal information is information or ideas about identifiable person. It might be your names and address or more personal data. I ought not to include any personal information about other people in my work for the reason that it is restrictedly against the law to display other people personal information in your work as it may affect them in many ways and it is secret between you and the person who told you. College can keep your personal information when you enrol. The college is not allowed to give your information to someone else. However if there a serous purpose such as crime issues. Your GB doctor also keeps your personal information. They are usually kept on a computer to make it more safe and uncomplicated to find your information by specific purpose. Data Protection Acts (1984, 1988, 200) keep personal information relating to living people. There are rules to see this data. ...read more.


the screen * Turn off the equipment when you have finished * Do not eat or drink around IT equipment * Avoid using the equipment when your hand is wet Getting Help Method of Help How it might helps Send email to my IT teacher to ask her/him for help This method can help if s/he sees the email or if the help is necessary to respond it by email additionally. Use online help or easily do to search engine and I type what you want to know Sometime this method can help but it may take time to find the exact answer for your question. Ask someone is sitting next to you You will enough lucky if this person can give you help. Ask the learning centre stuff This way you might get help with it as they are trained to use ICT. Not Losing Information Methods used to Avoid losing Information * Save your work regularly. * Keep backup. * Do eject your USB before removing it. * Save your work on your document or on you network drive at college. * Close the work when you have finished. * Make a backup file. * Always give your file a filename so you can find it easily another time. Screenshot of my backup: ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE ICT Systems and Application section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related GCSE ICT Systems and Application essays

  1. GCSE Excel Project ICT

    There is a nifty new way of sorting this, using a formula recently introduced in Excel 2007, IFERROR is a formula which returns a value if there is an error in a function, whether mathematical of statistical. Now, when an error occurs in the function it returns the value "Please Check Results", as can be seen above.

  2. AO4 ICT c/wk 2008-9

    * The self-service technology which can be found in libraries and supermarkets enables customers to correctly add up the value of their goods without the assistance of the till-keepers. This reduces the need of tills, therefore reducing the need of till-keepers again resulting in upset staff.

  1. Impact of ICT on the community

    based in various places it provide a direct link to the council, free email, BBC news and sport, transport information and job search facility. It is free and every one in my community can use it. Information points provide users with local, national and international news.

  2. a level ict project

    Employees have to delve through scores of paperwork looking for the right section, which is a task in itself. The whole operation could take a significant amount of time. I have been in touch with my uncle Victor and his garage for numerous years at first the problems illustrated above was not apparent and therefore not highlighted.

  1. Tennis Tournament UNIT 1 GCSE ICT coursework

    For example if I were to enter 5.4 players entered my tournament this would be impossible so there would be an error message saying, please enter a whole number higher than 1. Another data validation in my system is on the mark-up.

  2. The impact of ICT on a person with special/particular needs

    It will then scroll past each key on the row. Again, Sarah presses the screen when it passes the key she wants. Although this can be a tedious process, it works very well with the word prediction that comes with the iPhone.

  1. Testing for ICT A Coursework 2a

    These are important details as it allows the employees to get in touch with members for example to inform about a new game. This is the actual datasheet for the members and as the datasheet has a lot of fields and records it is much more efficient to have a user interface to store and present the data.

  2. ICT car insurance quotation System Coursework

    The IF section of the formula, makes the cell blank when the Clearscreen macro is ran, and D8 will also be blank. This will prevent the symbols #N/A from appearing in that cell. =IF(D8="","",H21-H23). This formula below looks up the number from cell E30, and then looks up the multiplier from the Multipliers sheet, cells B29:C33, in column 2.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work