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Adult Learning and Online Classes - ... Many traditional students are expected to stay in school by their kin (Tews, 2013). Traditional learners may not always have a precise objective in mind, unlike an adult learner (Tews, 2013). Adult learners are more disposed to accepting accountability for their own learning (Tews, 2013). Critical cerebrating is an implement for making decisions and solving quandaries, both attributes of the prosperous learner whether traditional or a distance (Tomei, 2010). When research compares the duration devoted to distance versus traditional injuctive authorization in the areas of distribution of instructional content, student counsel and advisement, and the student assessment, the findings pelluc...   [tags: teachers, students, self-efficacy]
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Online Piracy: The Folly of a Blacklist - ... He further asserts that businesses, workers and consumers will benefit from these new governmental abilities. Finally, he claims that the actions laid out in SOPA and PIPA are widely supported (Tepp, 2011). The assertion Tepp makes regarding the lack of tools available for law enforcement is really only partly true. He states many times the numbers of sites taken down by the Department of Homeland Security as part of their “Operation in Our Sites”, so the laws do exist. The truth of his argument can be found in the fact that the current mechanisms used to fight this crime are simply inadequate; they cannot be applied to sites run in foreign countries....   [tags: websites, criminals, ineffective] 893 words
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The Usefulness of Collaborative Online Learning - EDU922 has been an interesting experience, allowing me to consider the usefulness of collaborative online learning. Overall, the activities in EDU922 seem to have been designed to have the student become familiar with the idea of e-tivities by working through a set of tasks similar to those in Salmon’s book/model, starting with level one “access and motivation” (Salmon, 2003, p12) and working toward higher level learning, such as week seven’s, critical reflection on practice (stage 5). I feel this has been a fairly successful approach, increasing participants’ familiarisation with what they would expect their own students to experience when collaboratively learning online, as well as with th...   [tags: Education, technology, internet]
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The Rush to Online Educaiton - Online education is emerging in all school environments. In “Disrupting Class”, the authors project that by 2019, fifty percent of all high school coursed will be delivered online. (Christenson, Horn, Staker, 8), and a growing number of universities have extended online offerings. Using the internet as a supplemental tool to traditional education is logical, but with the high levels of education necessary to compete in the world economy, individuals and institutions must conduct due diligence to determine which classes should be offered at what level, and to whom in insure we are doing the best we can for our future....   [tags: Dropout Rates, Learning Outcomes]
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Online Forums: Pros and Cons - Revolution is often known as something big and extraordinary. Usually a figure or a historical event; Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK Jr.) was a figure among the colored people. Not only to the people of colored but to everyone of equableness. His movement led to a Voting Rights Act of 1965. Revolution doesn’t have to be extraordinary; it can just be simple and influenced the world just as equal as MLK Jr. did. Internet did make a huge difference in the world. But after that, online forums created an impact and aren’t known much....   [tags: False Information, Anonymous]
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Postive Impact of Online Courses - ONLINE COURSES AND ITS IMPACT Maybe one don’t like sitting in a classroom setting. Maybe one don’t have the time in his busy schedule to be in a classroom at a set time. Maybe the commute is too tedious. Maybe one feels that traditional college courses take too long. Maybe one is a self-paced learner. Maybe one can’t afford the expenses of furthering his education. Online courses just may be the best option for such individual. Online courses has picked up rapidly in the recent times, making it one of the most talked about concepts in the education sector and it is quickly becoming a buttress of the education industry....   [tags: virtual classrooms, high quality ] 641 words
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Shopping Online at Zalora is the Best! - ... He developed the Italian arm of a Flash Sale Home and Living website called Westwing (Dalani.it in Italy) which secured a 50 million USD funding last year. Critical Success factor of Zalora 3.1 Shipping ZALORA provide free shipping over a certain spend for customer. Customers can qualify for Free Delivery when the minimum basket size of RM75 is met, for both East and West Malaysia. If you order less than RM75, you will be charge flat shipping fee of RM10 for delivery to East Malaysia and RM5 for delivery to West Malaysia....   [tags: fashion, Maylasia, clothes] 790 words
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Online Fan Communities and the Media - Fan Culture is something that has been around for a while, but it the last twenty years, since the introduction of the Internet, it is also something that has changed dramatically. A fan is an enthusiast of something and now the Internet is a good home for fans to gather and build together a community of fans, a ‘Fandom’. The turn Fandom means a community of a group of people who all enjoy them same thing and the Internet has created a place for online communities. Fan Culture has irreversibly changed the media industry because of the ability share information and fan made created content....   [tags: Fan Culture, Fandom]
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Online Privacy: Is It Really Possible? - The Internet is a vast world of virtual information. Activities like online shopping and social networking sites have put people in the position to ask themselves how private their own information is among the rest of the Internet. Can the average person completely control their privacy or are some parts of their personal information out of their control. To go along with that, is online privacy the complete responsibility of the individual. I have found that online privacy can be difficult to completely control because of the various types of tracking and third party devices....   [tags: tracking, devices, internet, activities] 1848 words
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Advantages of an Online Education - Advantages of Online Education Is online education a valuable innovation that improves opportunities for students or is it a poor substitute for traditional, classroom-based teaching. It has long been recognized that students and educators need to use a variety of tools in order to keep up with the skills that are needed in the contemporary world. Online education is becoming popular, but some people raise questions about its effectiveness in comparison to traditional learning. While teachers will always be involved in the education process, there is room also to consider new ways in which teachers, students and technology can work together....   [tags: Education]
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The Impact of Online Education - The Impact of Online Education Is technology helping or hurting people learn. Technology is increasing every day, and is soon going to be a big part of everyday life. The change of teaching students on online class is way different to what they are used to, and will take awhile to get used to. There are disadvantages, advantages, opportunities, and challenges in the technology in education. The role that teachers play now will change in the future when the major demand for the use of technology hits....   [tags: technology, education, school, learning]
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Study of Clothing Online Shopping - Introduction The existence of many sophisticated computer systems and various innovations in the Computer Age justifies the need for new ways of sales in society. The need for share of information in a so called ‘global network’ and man’s desire to communicate from long distances called for the birth of the World Wide Web (formerly known as ARPANET). With the advent of the internet, many of the mundane tasks and businesses became feasible. Things like buying and selling can now be done online. Consumers no longer need to move from their place....   [tags: data protection systems, business analysis]
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Conventional Shopping and Online Shopping - Computer has brought about amazing revolution in the life around in the present day world. Its use, now it so seems, has become a necessity, and has created for itself indispensability. Internet has transformed the life and information technology. It is a melting pot of so many technologies which provides multi-media information facilities at low cost and great speed. The approaching trend on the internet now is online shopping. It is a process in which one can buy or sell items online via the internet....   [tags: e-bay, amazon, ]
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Is Online Shopping Our Future? - ... Time Magazine’s article by Erin Skarda wrote about how retail technology formerly associated with online shopping is making its way to brick-and-mortar stores. “The latest digital innovations seamlessly bridge the gap between the online and offline worlds, creating user experiences that are interactive, socially integrated, personally tailored – and ingrained into our everyday activities,” she wrote. “It may very well be the next wave of a technological revolution, and at its core is one of the most social hobbies we partake in: shopping.” The pace of change in the global marketplace is breathtaking and requires a challenge of speed....   [tags: products, technology, customers] 790 words
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The Dangers of Online Gambling - ... An internet gambling addiction at a young age, could easily lead to problems in the future, like when they hit college and they really need the money. Today, college can sometimes be tough to pay for, so some college kids look for ways to earn money quickly, and one thing that they may think is a quick way to get money is gambling online. Tuition for college just keeps going up and up, and for some people today, it leads them to working hard for money, filling out scholarships, but some people do not usually get the scholarships or have enough money from working, which leads them to gambling online for quick and easy money....   [tags: immediate access to vices on the internet]
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The Increase in Online Sales - Big-box retailers such as Target & Walmart have already recognized the growing influence of e & m-commerce, and are offering online store formats. Costco, whose advantage lies in bulk-sales, also announced greater focus and online with plans for mobile applications and improvement to Costco.com. It is becoming increasingly clear that the firms that continue to invest in the growing online sales channel are likely to emerge as future leaders. Brick n Mortar retailers such as Target and Walmart are investing in creating an omni-channel environment....   [tags: growth, technology, shipping] 1159 words
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Importance of Blogs and Online Journalism - New media is taking the world by storm, changing the way that people access information – journalists and citizens alike. It is, however, difficult to concretely define as it is continually evolving (Socha & Eber-Schmid, 2012). New media encompasses digital-based content that is readily available at any time. Examples include the Internet, social media networks, blogs, mobile phones and video games (Wikimedia Foundation Inc., 2013). New media has increasingly been used since the mid-1990s to disseminate information, resulting in a media revolution....   [tags: New Media, Influence, Ethics]
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Creation of an Online Pet Shop - 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Motivation and Problem Statement Nowadays, people are busy in their daily life and having a lot of stress from their working area. Most of them would like to have a pet to accompany them in their daily life and also can release the stress that they received. For example, having a dog is a good choice for most people who want to have a pet. Dog not only a very good companions and also having deep emotional tie between people. Dogs will protect the people with literally lay down their lives....   [tags: gallery, hostel, photos] 2511 words
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The Growing Problem of Online Piracy - With the introduction of digital media, online piracy emerged as this era’s copyright infringement. Technology industries joined together in order to collaborate on ideas to stop piracy before it began to hurt their business. By these industries working together, they believed they could stop piracy on their own. Although in the last ten years, piracy has become prevalent around the world. The conversation about piracy has changed from once thinking that piracy was not a major problem to today’s realization that piracy is out of control....   [tags: copyrights, music, government]
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Online and Off Line Identities - All media platforms have their own specific set of technical factors which dictate the way users interact with them, contributing to an established set of social norms (Coleman, 2011, 19); this is comparative to what Erving Goffman describes as the observable performance of identity being a ‘front’, which only exists in a single setting and social context (1959, 22). Outside of these contexts, I argue that in my representations of self there are core traits that remain fixed in each version. Beyond these few principal identifiers, the expression of my identities – both online and offline – is continually in a state of flux....   [tags: media platforms, social norms, web technologies]
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The Dangers of Online Dating - The human need for affiliation creates the challenges and rewards of finding acquaintances, forming close friendships, as well as intimate relationships. Through technological advances cyberspace, or the internet, has become a place of multiple opportunities for people to be able to fulfill that need for affiliation. Websites, chat rooms, and online communities are just some examples of virtual platforms for people to seek others, come together, and find that special someone. These opportunities can result in positive outcomes allowing people to achieve what or whom they were seeking, but they can also result in harm to themselves and others, resulting with damaging consequences....   [tags: negative, positive, relationships, cyberspace] 1619 words
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Online, Web and Mobile Advertising - Online Advertisement|Web|Mobile Advertisement Advertising delivered over the internet is called “online advertising” has become important reference for web/mobile advertisement business. Survey which was occurred in 2008 says that fifty-six websites out 100 websites presented advertising.” these 56 accounted for 86 percent of the total page views for these 100 sites. Twenty-six of these 56 sites, accounting for 77 percent of all page views for the top 100 sites”, probably earn most of their gross income from selling advertising....   [tags: ICT marketing/publicity]
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The Stop Online Piracy Act - All of us know about the crimes committed every day by people all over the world. Theft, assault, grand theft auto, underage drinking, fraud, prostitution, and rape. But what about crimes on the internet. Last year, SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) was introduced to the world. If this bill was passed, many sites would have to censor certain pieces of information, as well as remove a lot of the content already uploaded. SOPA would also crack down on terminating torrent sites, which are used to share files such as music, movies, video games, e-books, and whatever else is a digital file....   [tags: attempts against the first ammendment] 1665 words
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Online Auctions: A Behavioral Study - ... These models have been produced for both ascending and descending4 price auctions. The second-bid price auction is what online auction websites use. Here we have a brief introductory about the classical description of second-bid price auction. It is noteworthy to mention that these classical development have done for single-object auctions (Ockenfels,Reiley,Sadrieh, 2006), while our studies in online auctions are mostly about simultaneous auctions. second-price sealed-bid auction: In this type of auction the one to the last highest bid defines the price....   [tags: economy, auctions, consumer, goods] 2064 words
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Review of an Online Course - o What features do you most appreciate. First I like the book that has been used through the course, content simplicity and easy to understand about the philosophy of online learning, pedagogical models, instructional strategies, authoring tools and the resource it backs up with the website option (www.prenhall.com.dabbagh). I appreciate the visibility of home page, very user friendly all the instructions are on the left side and easy to locate the instructions about the assignment. The way groups splits up weekly for discussions will also help the participants to get involve with everyone....   [tags: alternative learning opportunities] 592 words
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Proposal for an Online Business Expansion - A. Develop a proposal for an online business expansion in which you do the following: 1. Discuss how you will facilitate customer payment using e-commerce solutions (e.g., how the transaction will take place, including the tools customers will use). There are a wide range of options available for shopping carts solutions related to ecommerce. Many factors go into the final decision for the payment option; funding, support staff, time and security just to name a few. A shopping cart that would be a good choice for the Cancer Care and Research Center (CCRC) is Volusion 2013....   [tags: e-commerce solutions] 2840 words
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How To Make Money Online? - All of us wish to have money that is earned by our own efforts and continuous hard work. But, many times it’s very difficult for us to buy things not included in our daily need goods because of limited money in hands. Several times we have to suppress our desires and needs because of lack of money and at that point most of the people think how to make money that can fulfill their wishes. If you want to earn more money and are finding different ways to produce more and more money then I am here to help you....   [tags: sales, commision, work] 520 words
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Online Social Networking and Politics - Introduction The internet is one of the most dynamic inventions in the history of mankind. It spreads knowledge and allows for rapid communication amongst untold numbers of people on a scale previously unimaginable. It has revolutionized countless aspects of the modern world, ranging from its effects on business practices and the economy to creating new forms of leisure activities and educational content. The multitude of ways the internet has affected the modern world is truly astonishing. Online social networking is a relatively recent phenomenon of the internet....   [tags: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest]
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Online Privacy and the Internet - More people can reach one another today than in years past because of social networking sites. The world has become a lot smaller because of sites like Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, and many others. There are certainly many advantages to using these resourceful social networks, such as keeping up with friends and family, sharing photos, and staying up to date with current events. Nonetheless, there is a growing concern about privacy, or the lack thereof, because of these sites. The ability to determine your privacy settings is at times confusing, and at other times, simply misleading....   [tags: Social Network Sites, Privacy, Internet]
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The Online Battle: Cyber Bullying - Everyday millions of kids are bullied online; they are teased and called names that most people wouldn’t have the courage to say face to face. Cyber bullying is a very big deal, especially in our country considering how advanced we are in technology. Kids worldwide get cyber bullied every day, and can never escape it; it may affect you in ways unspeakable and actually is quite frightening. Cyber bullying can be hard to deal with, but it is even harder to prevent. “The use of electronic communication to bully a person typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature” (What is Cyber Bullying)....   [tags: bullying, technology, deal, prevent]
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Australian Customers and Online Shopping - 1.2 Executive Summary The Australian customers have a big appetite for the online shopping and the use of e-commerce website in Australia is increasing every year. The Perspective Private Limited is successfully providing Data Analysis & Recommendation System Services for the past five years to the e-commerce websites and has proven to enhance the customers recommendation system by obtaining competitive advantage in the e-commerce market. Our client booktopia.com is an e-commerce company for selling books, e-books, Audiobooks, journals and DVD’S....   [tags: booktopia.com, e-comerce] 1278 words
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Provider of Online Academic Tutorials - Section 1 Executive Summary: As the title suggests, this business is about providing tutorials to pupils and/ or students on any subject given in a course curricula. The key to operating the business is a customized server where client pupils/ students key in their questions/ assignments and sent out; and the server in turn, provides the answers/ solutions in interactive mode. The server is a storage bin and at the same time an “information refinery” where all school books and teacher lesson plans are put to order....   [tags: Business Plan] 1051 words
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Online Commerce and Consumer Protection - Electronic commerce, more commonly abbreviated as e-commerce, is the action of buying and selling products or services through the medium of electronic information systems such as computer networks - the most common of which being the World Wide Web, or internet (Dorogovtsev & Mendes, 2003). A variety of technologies are used to facilitate e-commerce including electronic funds transfer (EFT) which facilitates the electronic exchange of money, online transaction processing (OTP) which handles the data entry and retrieval for transaction processing and electronic data interchange (EDI) which is responsible for processing orders, warehouse stock control and order tracking (Turban, et al., 2009...   [tags: e-commerce, signature]
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The Revolution of Online Shopping - The revolution of online shopping and e-banking has changed the way the world looks at the security of its personal information. The banking industry has “been transformed by the internet” (Koskosas, 2011). This has never been more evident than with the recent Target breach. This breach affected more than 70 million people. People saw, firsthand, the measures banks took to try to secure their data. Customers need to know exactly what banks are doing to keep them safe. This research will explain why it is the job of the banks to safeguard their customers’ information....   [tags: e-banking, security, information]
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Online Piracy and File Sharing - Multimedia, everybody loves it, weather its Music, Movies, Video Games, Pictures etc. we all enjoy it. You would usually or typically buy your music, movies, video games or photos online, from some online media service, such as iTunes or Amazon .etc. or at a movie store, or at Wal-Mart. Nothings free weather you’re paying 99 cents for a song or $20.00 for a new Movie that just came out, it’s not free. Sometimes, you might let your friend borrow your movie or something, and then they might lend it to their friend, it might seem like it was free, but it wasn’t you still had to pay for it....   [tags: illegal downloading of music, movies from internet] 734 words
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Education and Online Classes - The days of walking ten miles, without shoes, and uphill in the snow to get an education are gone. Today students have the opportunity to attend school via the Internet through online classes. The option of taking online classes to earn an education has become ideal for those who work or need a way to fit education to their schedule. More students are opting to take this virtual route because of the flexibility for the time and place of attending classes. As a virtual college student, I cleared up a scheduling conflict by adding an online class....   [tags: Technology and Education, internet, e-learning]
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Benefits of Online Schools - In the 21st century the world has witnessed a huge change due to the power of technology. At one time it was necessary to physically attend class to gain a higher education. However now the development of computers and other machines have changed the face of higher education, as people know it. Online education has a number of benefits for students such as low cost, convince as well as flexibility that traditional universities do not offer. Fires, it is obvious that online schools are a good opportunity to attend in school with lower cost....   [tags: traditional schools, technology] 579 words
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Online vs. Traditional Courses - With a bad economy, high unemployment and several new educational benefit programs like the available, more and more people are going back to school to finish degrees or to gain new skills that will make them more marketable. Most of these new students wont be sitting in a chair at a local university or college, they will be sitting at their kitchen table or at a computer desk in their homes taking online courses. About six months ago, I decided that I was going to go back to school and finish my degree....   [tags: Higher Education ] 1362 words
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Introduction - Online Learning - 1.0 Introduction Chapter 1 discusses the introduction of the background of the blended learning which are online learning and face-to-face that is use for UNIMAS Cognitive Science students in their academic study. Next, it discusses the problem statement, research question, objective of study which are divides into general objective and specific objective, also definition of terms and conceptual framework in this research. This chapter also contains the limitation and the significance of study in this research....   [tags: Education ]
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Effectiveness of Online Courses - The following article is a study on the effectiveness of online courses and their effectiveness in both teacher-guided assistance and non-guided learning. The author stated the problem of online learning for students, as being the distractions of the internet itself; online shopping, gaming and social networking. While two advantages of online learning includes the convenience of studying at a place of choice and independent work, students are challenged in staying focused or being disciplined enough to continue or even complete their course of studies....   [tags: education, teaching methods, convenience]
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Are You Naked Online? - Cyber Security is of extreme importance of this day and age. Ted Claypoole and Theresa Payton bring some light on what we have already done and what we can do moving forward in protecting our identities. Everything about us today is involving computer networking. Our society simply relies on computer and the internet more and more each year. It is necessary that we protect ourselves from online predators and from online attacks. With so much information online about each of us, we must take the necessary steps in order to protect our identity....   [tags: personal privacy, cyber security, identity theft]
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Online Vs Traditional Classes - Online Vs Traditional Classes In today’s Era, students now have the advantage of choosing to attend a College University or achieve their degree through college online courses. However, some major concerns associated with this major life decision, beginning with the difference in the learning styles. Even though most people would consider taking an online course because it’s flexible to your schedule and students would have additional time to complete the assignment that their giving, other than in traditional classes....   [tags: oline classes, traditional courses] 656 words
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DELL Online Advertising Campaign - The development and the status of online advertising Nowadays, new media has become an indispensable and inevitable way in people’s daily life. Because of this situation, network, which is the main channel in new media period, could be seemed as a new competitive market especially in commercial advertising. Commercial advertising is the main type of advertising in mass media in recent years which has a long history to form. According to the McFall’s remark, he noticed that there are two main factors to lead to commercial advertising’s development....   [tags: Marketing, Commercial Advertising] 1977 words
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Real Stakes: Online Casinos - ... Once players make a deposit, they may also get additional bonus so they can enjoy the games more. Regular people may also try playing at their own convenience and earn bonuses that will allow them to play and enjoy their online casino game. Safety and Security Carrying cash around is not a safe thing to do. Players who win may be better off getting their prize online rather than cashing all their chips and bringing home a bag full of money. Online casino players have the opportunity to play discreetly as they need not give out all of their personal information and be seen by other players just like when they go and play in a brick and mortar casino....   [tags: gambling on the internet] 644 words
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Technology in Online Education - Introduction There has been much research into both online and traditional education that includes instructional methods and program design. In order for a learner to decide how they want to learn, we must evaluate the choice from their perspective. This paper examines both traditional and the various forms of online education from that perspective. It also considers the pros and cons of each form of education. Further, because educators now have a plethora of technological tools to assist them with course design and instruction, the discussion continues about how these tools can both obviate the negative aspects of online education....   [tags: Educational Technology ]
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Newspaper and Online Media - Newspaper and online media have both done a good job to spread news story to readers. Newspaper as a traditional media is accept by most people for a long time. But as the technology is growing up, online media become a competitor of newspaper. Hall (2001, p.2) state that there are 200 million people using the web regularly and the web page is around 800 million. Nowadays, the web users are still growing up very fast. But the newspaper still playing a important role in news area. These two major news media become a part of people's life....   [tags: Communication, News, Technology] 1927 words
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What is Online Discussion? - Many benefits of online discussion have been recorded in the literature. For example, participation in an asynchronous online discussion is time and place independent (Morse, 2003: Williams etal., 2001). Participants who involved online discussion can contribute whenever they have a useful input and wherever they are as long as they have access to a network based computer. Williams (2002, p. 266) explained the freedom from temporal and geographical constraints international students have “flexibility in the time, place and pace of communication” with others....   [tags: Technology, Communication] 730 words
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Online Discount Insurance Leads - Insurance leads are available for buying from online sources. This is advantageous both for the insurance agent and the customers because the internet is the quickest means for the two groups to get in touch with each other. These days a successful insurance agent would definitely try the online insurance leads. It provides a great competitive edge over others. The online Discount Insurance Leads not only serves as a profitable source of income but also provide leads with loads of discounts or at affordable pricing....   [tags: Insurance] 512 words
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Shopping for Online Security - Shopping for Online Security Since the early 2000’s, people have been shopping online. More and more it has grown where now people are constantly online doing their shopping. Anything and everything is available for purchase. From a piece of fruit from around the world; to a vehicle that is a few states away. Whatever your heart desires, if you have the money for it, you are most likely going to be able to buy it. What happens though when someone else grabs ahold of your information while you are shopping online....   [tags: e-commerce, business, internet] 1105 words
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Wire and Online Banking - 1. INTRODUCTION: Today’s society is totally dependent on automated financial services such as wire and online banking. During the recent years, we are hearing that the fraud has evolved in wire and online banking fraud, many new types of mal-ware being deployed on those banks which have yet to put robust solutions. While online banking fraud has been around for many years, very few cases has been filed .Reports of fraud cases nearly explode and banks are looking for ways to protect their channel in online banking....   [tags: automated financial services] 519 words
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Online Library At CTU - As of November 26, 2009, using the online library that is provided by Colorado Technical University is an indispensable tool for a student. However within the library, you can obtain necessary articles, or Internet resources. Also, you have the benefit of asking, a librarian a question about books or resources that are available. Library • Find Articles & Books • Find Web Resources • Ask a librarian Within the resource's column, you have many tools that will help you with earning your degree and while managing your academic liaison with CTU, such as contacting a librarian when you can't find what you're looking for....   [tags: Education]
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Shopping: Online vs. Store - When comparing two different ways of shopping most people do not even think about the difference, they do both and not even realize it. In today's society people shop while at work, after work and on the weekends, whenever time permits. Stop and think how can I get more time in the day for family or just myself. The best way to figure that out with all the recourses we have is to go into a store and spend time looking through racks and waiting in endless lines to just purchase something. I compared going into a store verses online shopping; to see which one will save you time and money....   [tags: Compare/Contrast, Comparison, Internet] 738 words
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Massive Open Online Courses - MOOC is an acronym for “massive open online course”; these MOOCs have had a far-reaching influence on the way education is perceived today. For the moment, MOOCs are almost always free, as students pay no fees to register or take the course. Enrollment is high, ranging anywhere from thousands to hundreds of thousands. While enrollment, and perceived interests may be high, course completion rates are extremely low; frequently, no more than five or ten percent of students who register go on to finish the course....   [tags: Global Education, Learning Styles]
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Online Dating and Sociopaths - ... They are narcissists to the extreme, with a huge sense of entitlement.” (The Romantic Sociopath 2013) The next sign your online date could be a sociopath is they are overly attentive. In the beginning they fawn all over you, for instance, they make you feel like you are the only one in the room. As Andersen (2012) explains, “If you are targeted by a sociopath’s new romantic interest, it’s quite possible that you will be showered with more attention, adoration, and maybe even gifts than you’ve ever experienced” (p....   [tags: trolling for victims, internet, social media]
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Trading Stock Options Online - The popularity of online options trading has exploded in recent years. The Internet has fueled a booming business of small investors throwing money at the derivatives market. The upside to an expanding array of financial products is a greater potential for profit to be made by investors skilled in daily trading; the downside is increased risk and a more complex trading environment. For the amateur investor who is ready to learn how to trade stock options the derivatives market can be enticing, but also frightening....   [tags: Finance ]
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Textbook versus Online Book - ... They need to be able to adapt to the change of the times. People in general also spend a lot of time in front of their computers, so why not kill two birds with one stone. Yes, rhetorical question. When you also consider the fact that most textbooks are at least a few pounds, it’s so much more efficient to be able to, with the click of a mouse, open and read the same exact content on the internet. When I say ‘more efficient’, I’m attempting to come from the perspective of time. Online books in general are searchable....   [tags: technology and education] 651 words
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Online Training and Support - Online Training and Support Stewart, Bachman, and Babb (2009) found that online teacher training delivered a strong traditional teaching method, which can be incorporated to traditional pedagogy. The information collected based on the responses from a teacher assessment showed a change in the attitudes with indicating that 89% of teacher trainers enjoyed the format of the course. Stewart, Bachman, and Babb’s research showed that 67% of teachers felt the course was well organized. Seventy three percent of teachers found the lectures to be informative....   [tags: Technology, Wireless Laptops] 1545 words
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California Criminalizes Online Impersonation - Social networks like Facebook have been big targets for malicious actions in the past. This is why California has brought up a new law, which will criminalize a person committing these procedures. Besides this the person will be punished with a $1,000 fine and a year in county jail under SB 1411 . The law states that “harming, intimidating, threatening or defrauding another person” online and without their consent a misdemeanor. It allows the victim to sue the imitator for damages and losses” . This law will help California because one of the biggest issues is happening in the youth as they are falling in love....   [tags: Crime ]
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Online Learning - According to the New York Times, more than 500,000 American children take online classes (1). Although online classes have been available for a few decades, the number of students taking them is increasing rapidly. This era that people are now living in has been nicknamed the “digital age.” Many people are modernizing the way that they live by incorporating more technology into their lives. Taking an online class is a remarkable way for a student to keep up with their studies. However some opposers say that online classes will take the place of teachers....   [tags: Educational Technology, internet ]
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Online Communities - Communities are all about groups of individuals who share something in common. This makes going on the internet seem like an odd way to find more communities, form new ones, or strengthen pre-existing ones. The internet however is full of communities. Communities can be based upon religion, location, ethnicity, an interest, or a personal matter. The internet itself is “a global distributed data communications network” (Kirmayer, Raikhel, & Rahimi, 2013, p. 166). This is what makes the internet so full of communities because communication is the key to putting multiple individuals with commonalities into communication, which is the basis of any community....   [tags: Internet Communities, Technology]
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Online Games - With the constant advancements in technology, there are several achievements that have been realized. The advancements are categorized as per the industry that they fall in. There are several advancements that have been realized and achieved in the entertainment industry. Among the achievements include the development of the video games and the role-playing games (Prix Junior, 2006). The games developed were played electronically via the manipulation of images produced by a computer program on a display....   [tags: Gaming]
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