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AS and A Level: Management & Manipulation of Information

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    Capital Radio

    Capital Radio uses ICT to record people's interviews/demos of songs in their studio. The new generation of radio (DAB) has made Capital radio use ICT to make their station and owned stations to sound better. A very important thing to Capital Radio are their share holders. They use ICT so that they can show if their shares go up or go down, on the internet. They use ICT on their website to give people news updates, Music news, and Company info.

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    Creating Hyperlinks

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    alignment, color, size, bold, format, etc by highlighting the text and using the toolbar. Accuracy To check the accuracy of my work, e.g. all of my links worked and that there were no spelling errors in the pages I got my friend to read through the page for spelling errors and dead links. Here is a spelling error that was found. and here is the correction Back-up saving To ensure that I dint lose any work if the computer crashed I regularly saved my work, I did this by clicking on the file menu and then "save all frames" or "save" button depending on which file page I was working on.

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  3. In this document I will begin to explain why I have included the following features in my Exam Spreadsheet. The context is a system which you can order a window for your house or business.

    Macro - I made four macros in the page 'Find area'. There function is to perform a recorded set of keystrokes and to repeat these when initiated by the end user. One purpose of using a Macro in my first sheet is to intuitively navigate between pages. For example, if you'd like to proceed in your order, you'd press the action button named 'select order' which would initiate a macro to take you to the sheet 'order sheet'.

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  4. Free essay

    User skills and how they affect the design of my DVD database.

    Buttons will need to be generic throughout the database. The user guide will need to be very detailed covering all aspects of the database in easy to understand language, not using difficult terminology. Overview of the purpose of the system The filling of forms and saving them loading the system using the relevant command buttons and adding data to the system and deleting data Using queries and printing reports 2.Mrs Bradshaw Add new data- such as entering new customers, new DVDs and new rentals Editing data - Changing current data in the system Deleting data - deleting information on existing customers, DVDs or rentals.

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  5. Looking at the population profiles of two possible locations for a theme park.

    The second Area that I am studying as a possible destination is stoke on Trent These are the planning details for both stoke-on-Trent and Maidstone. From these statistics about both Maidstone and Stoke-on-Trent there are a lot of conclusions that can be drawn up.

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  6. Organisational Modification in Activities

    They also upgrade their systems to satisfy customers by being able to perform task faster for them and being able to help them by allowing them to view help pages on the internet. SECURITY They will upgrade their security to keep their customers safe from fraudulent activity and from people hacking into their system.

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  7. Customer experience

    The actual purchasing of items is easy as well due to the presentation of the purchasing steps. It is a step by step format: * Firstly the customer adds the items to the basket * Then the customer looks at the shipping and handling price, confirms the currency * Then the customer logs in * Then the customer confirms what address the items to be sent to * Then the method of payment * And then the confirmation that the products have been purchased The customer aftercare is important as well.

    • Word count: 797
  8. Human Computer Interaction

    - Trigger functions decides which codes can be used when an event happens. Event Handlers Most programming frameworks take care of their implementation and expect the user to put only the codes that run an event. Some advance programs have forms that contain controls and that determine when the programme or event runs. Controls hold label, buttons, check box, lists box etc. Some programs such as Visual basis holds toolbox that contains some objects and these could be used to forms. Many objects have events that include clicks, double click. Different object have different events. Event loops Event loops keep checking the user interface whether anything had happened such as typing into a textbox.

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  9. Test Plan for my database

    12 7 entries Pass Screenshot_C 2 11 0 entries Pass - There are no DVDs with certification "11" as it an invalid DVD certification. 3 15 14 entries Pass Screenshot_D 4 18 3 entries Pass Screenshot_E Query - Parameter Query - Genre 1 The query searches for any DVDs with the genre entered into the parameter box. Family 6 entries Pass Screenshot_F 2 Science Fiction 0 entries Pass - There are no "Science Fiction" DVDs, however an abbreviation of this would be "Sci Fi" which is a valid genre.

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  10. Case Study-PGD

    * Keyboard- To allow the user to input any data. * Printer-To print all reports and forms. Data Input The user would have to enter the following once the system has been set up: * The list of all the members with other necessary information such as member type and address. This would be obtained from the paper-based database. Each member would have a member ID which would uniquely identify them. * Details of all the activities available.

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  11. Form of output:I will have to make a website with four pages that advertises the Annual Festival held in Lancre.

    - Showing the names, dates, times and cost - Put the heading "festival events" for this page - Say where to order tickets - Show which events are free - And put the word "free" in a larger font size and make it colourful so it stands out - Include a map showing the location of the different events - Have a hyper link to the home page in the same place as all the other pages - Don't put any pictures.

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  12. Microsoft access relational database

    Now that I know what I'm using to create my database I need to know where and how I'll get my information. I will need the information that my end users wants to put on to their database such as: Artist name, album name, number of songs, Album rating, artist rating and the length of each CD. I will collect this data from CD's that my end user wants me to add to the database. I will do this by keying in the necessary information I need from each CD since I have no other means of inputting the data.

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  13. Ict Coursework

    I could use a different type of printer such as a laser jet printer. The Keyboard - this is the main type of input device. It is very simple and easy to use. So work can be inputted easily and fast. This means work takes no time at all. Software - The software which I will be using in this project will be a Microsoft Access relational database program. In the next few lines I will discuss what the program actually does. Microsoft Access - This program will allow me to create a database.

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  14. Database Coursework

    I am using a computer to create the database because it will be faster, cheaper, more accurate when compared to a traditional filing system. There are a few disadvantages of using a computerised database though. They require training to use and to produce, they rely on electricity and there are security concerns about databases on networks.

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  15. Human Computer Interaction

    This is small in size so, it can be hold by one hand. Its integrated camera is fitted at the back. This device has a cover to protect its screen from outside strike. The color combination is also attractive. So, Whoever doesn't need a PDA s/he might have a quick look what this device is. On title screen there is an alphabetic index that helps user to find the function s/he wants. The manufacturers functional activities are listed below: ?Integrated Wireless LAN (802.11b)*1.

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  16. System Specification For Warrington Borough Council.

    The personal computer would therefore have to be compact so it can fit within the space supplied. The office has a suitable desk space for a computer which would have space for a monitor, keyboard and mouse, with a printer situated on a near by shelf. The data will have to be backed up every night to the server, so no data will be lost. The money advice worker would like to take monthly copies of the data. The advice worker would also like access to the Internet so that he can order equipment from a local supplier via the Internet.

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  17. In the perspective of our country, Medical appointment/treatment (which is a part of the whole Medical system) is very much old-fashioned and backdated.

    to improve this current hazardous situation. This software will improve the skill and performance of the people (working in a hospital), that will save a lot of time of patients and the institute itself. It will help to manage the works more efficiently and in an easier manner. The service will be much more high class comparing to the current situation due to usage of latest technology. SOFTWARE MODELS At first, we have chosen three software process models (for convenience) from which one of them will be chosen to implement the software.

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  18. The Lethal and Hidden Facts about Games.

    Also, the systems that support these types of games are very expensive and costly. Not all families can afford these state-of-the-art entertainment systems and that is considered good, because you won't get addicted to it. Getting addicted to these entertainment systems can be very severe. As a result, one of the things that can happen is that people can purposely avoid necessary and important tasks. However, I'm not saying that we should totally ignore entertainment.

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  19. Database project - To facilitate the marketing of cars & to improve customer care.

    All this makes the customer feel that they are receiving a much more personal service and the improved relationship makes it more likely that they will stay with this dealer and increases the job satisfaction of the salesperson. The customer table is shown in Figure 1. Figure 1: The Customer Table After this database is fully completed it should allow users to find out about the car details and their manufacturers. I used the Internet to collect information that I needed.

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  20. Biometrics: Analysis and Implications.

    However, Biometrics have somewhat complex, but simple qualities. Criterion B: IT Background of the Issue As previously mentioned, applications for Biometrics are many. One of them is iris scanning. Extensive research and experience demonstrated that the iris was the other (apart from the fingerprint) unique trait that each human differed from each other, including one's other eye. First, a picture is taken using available CCD camera technology and locating the presence of and iris within the video image. Concentric circles are then created to distinguish zones of analysis.

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  21. Afan Valley Adventure Park is a brand new adventure park opening soon in Afan Valley South Wales.

    Afan Valley is also home to one of the biggest wooden roller coasters on Britain! It's loops and hoops will make you dizzy with excitement just looking at it! But Afan Valley does not just cater for the thrill seekers of the family, under 5's can enjoy the gentler pace of our tree tops kiddies roller coaster or our Teletubbies flying aeroplanes. After all the excitement of the rides you can relax in one of our many bar/restaurants while the kids play safely in one of our supervised cr�ches.

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  22. I am going to create a database for a local computer club that I attend.

    3.0 The data I need to collect For my database I will need the following information: First and last names of members Address including postcode Home and mobile numbers Emergency contact and their number Their class details Their doctor's name 4.0 The tables I will create I will create three tables: a member's details table, a doctor's details table and a Class details table. The member's table will contains all personal information about the member. The Doctors table contains all the details about the member's doctors and the class table contains what classes are and who teaches them as well as the time of the lesson.

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  23. Design for Database - software

    also does repetitive sums excel is also excellent for producing graphs and charts form a set of data. It will be a good software to use. * Microsoft access-this package Is suitable for my tasks because it contains all the important information which really need, I could use it to produce a insert by using reports. It also automatically does my invitation inserts. Access is also secure it is hard to lose documents. For my task I have chosen Microsoft word because it is suitable software which can produce inserts and address labels, it also has the fastest method (mail merge)

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  24. Health and Safety at work act.

    Some people are uncomfortable to use these systems. Many features have been considered such as: * Design of chair * Height of desk * Position of screen in relation to the window or other light source. Office furniture The two important elements of the computerised work stations which are the chairs and the desks. An old desk, which was not designed for computers or other equipment, is likely not to be suitable. The desk should have space for a pen and paper as well as the computer and other equipment.

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  25. Database - Magazine Subscribers

    I could use Microsoft Excel but this doesn't have all the features that Works and Access have such as its own word document creator as in Microsoft works and is not as easy to use as works and access are to use when making a database. The only quick and simple solution would be to use a Database programme like Microsoft Works because this is the only one the school has and most of my work will be done there.

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Conclusion analysis

Good conclusions usually refer back to the question or title and address it directly - for example by using key words from the title.
How well do you think these conclusions address the title or question? Answering these questions should help you find out.

  1. Do they use key words from the title or question?
  2. Do they answer the question directly?
  3. Can you work out the question or title just by reading the conclusion?
  • Evaluate the tools and techniques used to create finished animations

    "Conclusion Overall I don't think that fireworks is a very good animation making program, everything just seems a little static to me, and there is not much going on. I prefer the flash animation over this because you are able to create animations allot faster than you can with the others. I believe that Photoshop is a very good animation program but it is hard to use. Really i don't think that fireworks is very good, it's ok for beginners to show them how animations work and how to create them but that's pretty much it."

  • Discuss Data Base Management Systems.

    "To conclude, we sum up by reiterating Masiiwa and Kabanda's definition that a database is a logically coherent collection of data with some inherent meaning. By data, they mean the known facts that can be recorded and have implicit meaning. Organisations need this system or a DBMS in place because it stores tonnes of information that otherwise would be cumbersome to retrieve if everything was on lever arch files and papers and in employees offices."

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