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My use of ICT

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ICT and me My uses of ICT MP3 player- my mp3 player can hold up to 500 songs and can record voices and other things with it's built in microphone. It also has an fm radio. It has a range of options such as backlight, locking feature so you can't change the song by accident. Searching on the internet- sometimes when I am stuck with my homework I will go on the internet on type in Google or any other search engine to find what I am looking for. 'Texting' on my mobile phone- when I need to get in touch with my friends or family and they have mobile phones I will text them to save my credit you can all so send a text message to a house phone and a machine will read it out to the receiving end. Sending email- if I would like to send a picture, document or song to one of my mates or family then I will send it through an email .If I was ...read more.

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I have got a range of different accessories for it such as an eye toy and a gun. Using the DVD player- I use my DVD player when I am board so I can go watch a film or if I need to record something. I can set my DVD player to start recording a program when I am not there and it records straight on to DVD. My DVD player Using the DVD player- I use my Sony DVD player when I am board so I can go watch a film or if I need to record something. I can set my DVD player to start recording a program when I am not there and it records straight on to DVD. It looks very stylish and modern it has lots of features such as Dolby surround sound, subwoofer, bass level, different settings so it can be used for radio, TV, DVD, CD, video and mp3 player. ...read more.

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Computer I use my computer to copy thing up in neat for example my school work and also to improve my ICT skills. It also makes doing presentations easier and making databases. All these skills are good to learn as it could give me a better opportunity to get the job I want. Alternatives to using computers are typewriters and by hand using a pen I have used all 3 of these and the computer meets my needs by far. Email Using email is the best way to take school work home because it won't get lost, screwed up or ripped. I will log on to my emails send it to my email or to a friends email and I can access it any where in the world. This meets my needs very well as I have taken work home before and it got lost or ripped and I had to do it again. Conclusion After analysing the ICT I use I think I use ICT efficiently and I would only change one thing and that would be how to type faster. ...read more.

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