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Technology - Technology is a broad concept that deals with a species' usage and knowledge of tools and crafts, and how it affects a species' ability to control and adapt to its environment. In human society, it is a consequence of science and engineering, although several technological advances predate the two concepts. Technology is a term with origins in the Greek "technologia", "τεχνολογία" — "techne", "τέχνη" ("craft") and "logia", "λογία" ("saying").[1] However, a strict definition is elusive; "technology" can refer to material objects of use to humanity, such as machines, hardware or utensils, but can also encompass broader themes, including systems, methods of organization, and techniques....   [tags: Technology Research] 1599 words
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Technology Transfer - Technology transfer could be so complicated at times to explore due to all the tasks require to be able to give a full analysis of what is involve and the process that one has to go through. Although many people have tried tracing the source of precise technology and how it affected the originating culture and the role it has on history. However, there are some common fundamentals that could be helpful in analyzing all the activities that are involved. Some of the clue that has been of help so far identifying technology transfer is what is being transferred, where technology is transferred from, those receiving transferred, and lastly how the technology is delivered to the receiver....   [tags: Technology] 867 words
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Technology is Eden - Technology is defined as “the application of knowledge to extend human capabilities by equipment or a technique for performing a particular activity”. Technology has become very important part of our lives. I believe that technology in our lives is leading us to Eden. An Eden is a place of complete bliss and delight. Marshall McLuhan's statement that “Invention is the mother of necessities” is very true. This is because if it were not for technology our work would not be as efficient or productive....   [tags: Technology] 668 words
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Assitive Technology - Computer technology is advancing at a rapid rate, causing the diversity and availability of assistive technology computer resources to have a tremendous impact for special education students across the United States. Assistive technology provides an opportunity for students with physical, emotional, and mental disabilities to acquire universal access to tools and opportunities for learning. Despite studies showing the benefits of assistive technology, many school districts fail to achieve the fullest potential that assistive technology can offer....   [tags: Technology] 1749 words
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(In)Dependent on Technology - ... Previously, parents were the ones that taught the lessons of patience to their children; now it seems that technology is teaching them the opposite. A recent study by the Kaiser Family Foundation, a foundation conducting nation-wide studies on how media and health are related, uncovered some haunting statistics regarding children and technology. The study showed that on average a child watches five hours of television, listens to two and a half hours of music, and plays three hours of Internet and video games each day (KFF 2-3)....   [tags: Technology ]
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Communication Technology - ... Leaving without technology will be totally impossible as this has become every day’s application as more and more people are gaining knowledge on how to make use of the communication tools to improve their ways of living and staying informed on the current technology to avoid being left behind. New technologies are being developed daily which shows that the industry will continue to grow and expand. People will continue using these technologies to improve their standards and to stay informed The importance of technology in life The present technology has found its use in almost every sector making the industries, businesses and institutions to use it for their daily activities since it brings a lot of benefits....   [tags: Technology ]
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Technology Dependence - ... They even have technology the nurses can use to actually hear the patients, “Medical staff in the area wear ‘voice badges’ around their necks. When a patient presses the call button, the system alerts the nurse closest to the patient. Using the system, the nurse can ask the patient what is needed and respond" (Boen). Many doctors agree that these systems of communication benefit them nicely, “It avoids a lot of extra steps, said Judy Boeger, senior vice president and chief nursing officer at Parkview Health” (Boen)....   [tags: Technology]
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Technology and Cultures - Modern society involves the transition of a new era: the transition is partly brought out through the use of cultural tradition, and through the production of new ideas and the invention of new techniques. The latter may be appropriated and adapted from outside a given culture in addition to what can be acquired from within the culture itself by way of exercise of the academic, evaluative, and adaptive capacities. A sustained interest in science is important for at least two reasons. It would provide an stable base for a real technological evolution at a time in the history of the world when the dynamic connections between science and technology have been recognized and made the basis of equal attention to both: technology has become science-based, while science has become technology-directed....   [tags: Technology]
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Gender and Technology - Women’s and gender studies have interdisciplinary views on gender formation and the points of intersection with other subjects of concern such as religion, sexuality, nationality, race, age and class. Gender is not delineated by our analytical methodologies leaning on the social side of human kind and technology as just a constituent surrounding us, but these two have a close range relationship (Bobbie, 2008). Both gender and technology ideologies, as viewed in a historical and a social perspective, are dynamic....   [tags: Technology]
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RFID Technology - ... This means that the tag does not need to be subject to the elements. RFID tags can also be read much more quickly than barcodes. Where barcodes need to have a device pointed directly at them to scan them, RFID tag readers need only be within range of the transmitting signal. This allows scanning process to be much more automated. Finally, RFID tags can be read almost simultaneously (mostly due to the high speed reading and use of different wave lengths) (What is RFID, n.d.). Issues Just as all other technologies have such difficulties, RFID technology has obstacles to overcome....   [tags: Technology]
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Technology Crisis - Man has become very dependant on technology. Without it everyday living would be difficult. Life would be peaceful if we didn’t have machines running people’s lives. Dependence on technology is detrimental to humanity, and will eventually lead to many dilemmas in the future. In this generation, mankind has become extremely reliant on technology. There isn’t a day that goes by that people don’t talk on their cell phones, drive a car, or utilize some type of machine. Technology has completely overtaken people’s lives and they don’t even realize it....   [tags: Technology]
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Gender and Technology - Even though information communication technology and the internet provide vast, novel and exceptional opportunities for development of humanity and empowerment in a wide range of areas starting from business, education, and health sectors they are also one of the major aspects toward economic and social discrepancies across a variety of social and economic groups (Primo, 2003). Gender divide is, in particular, one of the main inequalities to be augmented by the extensive advancement in technology....   [tags: Technology]
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Appropriate Technology - Appropriate Technology has been designed with exceptional contemplation to the ethical, cultural, environmental, social, and economic characteristics of the people living a community in which the technology is proposed for. As a result of this goal in mind, appropriate technology advocate a claim that its methods require a smaller quantity of resources that are easy to maintain and have less adverse effects on the environment and social ethics when compare to the more advance technologies. Furthermore, appropriate technology usually describes uncomplicated technologies proponents reflect on suitable for use in developing countries and less industrialized nations....   [tags: Technology] 923 words
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Teens and Technology - ... Social networking sites are really popular in general. 72 percent of teens have a social networking website (Social Networking Statistics). Social networking makes things easier for teenagers overall. They can see what their friends are up to. They can tell their friends what they’re doing also. It’s an easier way for them to talk to each other. Talking on these can be private or public. Teenagers seem to be comfortable with saying what they feel on these social network websites. There are also online blogs that they can write all their feelings to such as Tumblr....   [tags: Technology ]
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Technology in Education - Introduction Technology, as we all know, is helping and improving many disciplines of life. Technology, in Britannica Encyclopedia, is defined as the application of scientific knowledge to the practical aims of human life. (Britannica, 2009) Using technology in education for the purpose of better understanding is a positive step taken by most of the schools, colleges and universities all around the world. Technology can play vital role in improving education systems. You can see electronic gadgets and computers being used in schools, colleges and universities....   [tags: Technology ] 1681 words
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Technology and Participation - ... In this way student participation can be measured with the increased use of technology such as laptop computers (Arend, 2004). “According to my study, it appears that use of laptops and the Internet also increases student interaction with academic content, another indicator of engagement” (p.32). While laptops hold a common place in colleges, increasing use in elementary education is yielding promising results. Floydada Independent School District has a total technology immersion program in which all students have laptop computers provided to them (Vaughn, 2010)....   [tags: Technology]
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The Evils of Technology - ... I feel technology has made my writing skills suffer. I have found myself using short cuts in my formal assignments and have to erase everything I have written and start over. Technology has negatively affected my skills and I despise it for that. People from older generations seem to agree that our writing skills have suffered. As defined by Dictonary.com an “addiction is the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming.” Technology has those affects on a significant amount of the population....   [tags: Technology ]
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Learning with Technology - ... What could a teacher possibly offer students that would be better than personalized learning. Nothing. Technology is making it possible for students to receive individualized attention and to work at their own pace. To go one step further, personalized education could extend not just to the presentation of information, or the amount of time or interaction with material, but could extend to the information itself. In today’s digital age, information is available everywhere. “Schools no longer have control over information and the information sources that people encounter and find relevant” (Säljö, 2010)....   [tags: Technology ]
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Technology and Policing - ... This would automatically point out the areas of the city which are affected, therefore prompting immediate action; these types of maps are referred to as spot map. Button, Sharples & Harper (2007) argues that a spot map can help an officer save time spend on tracking and preventing crime. Such maps contain necessary information about the location of the crime, types of crime, and identities of the suspects, among others. With this information, the office on call can reduce the margin of error on his/her work....   [tags: Technology ]
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Technology Trends - ... One way a library can use micro-blogging is by posing quick daily snippets of information about the library to teachers to either let them know what is going on in the library or pose a discussion question that others can micro-blog about throughout the day. Probably the most popular and well-known micro-blogging site is twitter.com (Naslund & Guistini, 2008). TREND TWO - COLLABORATIVE TOOLS & SHARING INFORMATION Collaborative tools and sharing information is the trend that encapsulates the most applications and platforms used by youth and adults....   [tags: Technology ]
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Evolving Technology - Over the last century, media has continued to evolve at a staggering rate. The last twenty years alone with the creation of the internet, anyone is able produce media content, and present it to the world. Constant innovation happens everyday, with technology becoming cheaper and easier to use. Making it an exciting time to be a consumer, as the mainstay media has to compete against individuals that before would have been below their notice. Modern technology has greatly advanced the way in which we interact and receive media....   [tags: Technology] 509 words
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Technology in the Classroom - Certainly technology has always impacted both students and teachers in the classroom. The invention of Guttenberg’s printing press in 1451 brought the printed word to the masses and made learning more accessible to the common man. The introduction of the pocket calculator in the 1970’s freed professionals and students from the slide rule and made learning and performing mathematical calculations much less time consuming. Fast forward to today and the technological opportunities are stunning. Students today carry around cellular phones that are far more powerful and magnitudes smaller in size than many of the first computers....   [tags: Technology] 1758 words
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Storage Technology - The use of the computer has had a dramatic impact on everything we as individuals and businesses do since its inception. Computers have gone from being the size of an entire room to something that can be held in your hand. They have also become a main source of storage. The need for storage has grown by leaps and bounds as more types and amounts of data are transferred and stored. Words, images, streaming video are all types of storage that are being housed on networks today. One of the earliest forms of data storage was the punch card....   [tags: Technology]
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The Impact of Technology - ... Then, everyday people started owning computers instead of the government or large buildings holding them exclusively. According to Hafner, the Internet grew more and more popular as people discovered its use. It became the next big thing, like the invention of the telephone in the twentieth century. Computers quickly became a huge part of American culture, fulfilling almost any function imaginable. The function of e-mail allowed people to socialize with one another and keep families together....   [tags: Technology ]
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Robbed By Technology - ... The same goes for GPS systems. There use to be a time when people purchased a GPS system, but now many are built into vehicles and even on cellular devices. So how is this system capable of pinpointing your exact location to give you proper directions. Every piece of technology is in some way, shape, or form controlled by an individual. And then there’s this recent form of technology, “On-Star”, that tracks your vehicle and provides several help options. On-Star can track your vehicle if it is stolen or if you get into an accident, but how....   [tags: Technology ]
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Computer Technology - Light Touch Projector This Light Blue Optics device moves far beyond its projection capability. Light Touch is a small computer, running Windows CE on batteries, with from 2 GB or 32 GB of memory, and it is able to project a virtual keyboard and virtual touch display simultaneously – an image that stays in focus at any distance. Cleaning a virtual keyboard is a simple as swiping the surface with a bar cloth. Holographic diffraction projection displays, such as this, remain clear even when projected onto curved surfaces....   [tags: Technology] 1757 words
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Technology and Sex - ... In 2001 Sgt. Jeff Quon was audited when he exceeded the monthly character limit on the pager he was given for work. The supervisor found personal and sexually explicit messages sent to his wife and to a woman whom he was romantically involved with. Only 57 of 456 messages sent during work hours were actually work-related. Sgt. Quon was disciplined and soon after followed up with a lawsuit against the city for violating his constitutional rights against unreasonable searches. This case went to the Supreme Court where they ruled in favor of the city and leading to the law for search of an employee’s text messages....   [tags: Technology]
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The History of Technology - ... This vehicle was powered by steam with the boiler on the front of the car, with only three wheels. This vehicle was used by the French army and could only go two and a half miles per hour. In 1828 an electric engine was made to power a carriage. This revolutionized cars and improved the use of electric towards cars. As the years went on, cars started to become more hi-tech with more inventors creating parts to make them better. With the discovery of electricity our car engines can run fluidly, we can listen to the radio, and even have lighting either inside or outside of the car....   [tags: Technology ]
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Technology - In today's world, technology is constantly changing from a new paperclip to an improvement in hospital machinery. Technology lets people improve the way they live so that they can preserve their own personal energy and focus on the really important factors in life. Some people focus their energy on making new innovations to improve transportation and the health of people that may save lives and some people focus on making new designs of packaging CDS. Technology is significant in everyone's life because it rapidly changes what is in the market....   [tags: Cause Effect Technology Positive Negative] 1170 words
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Philosophy of Technology Integration - Being able to incorporate technology into the daily lesson plans offers the teacher an endless possibility of communicating the subject through multiple modalities. Technology within the classroom can be seen through proximas, ELMO’s, DVD’s and websites that are incorporated to teach the students. Educators should be open to learning and incorporating the many opportunities technology brings to the classroom. Although technology has areas of strength and weaknesses, if learned and implemented creatively and efficiently students learning will be impacted greatly....   [tags: Technology]
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The Potential Effects of Developing Technology - Technology is a tool created by the human race to enhance its ability to learn and grow as a collective group. Humans taper these tools, created through technological process, to their uniquely specific needs. Technology, when used in a morally sound way, can have immense benefits that help a culture grow and develop effectively as demonstrated by the society in Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World; however technology can be a double edged sword in the sense that it has the power to destroy as demonstrated in Arthur C....   [tags: Technology]
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THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY DEPENDENCY ON YOUTH - Outline (Table of Contents) 1 Introduction 2 How Technology Dependency Development 2.1 Advancement of Technology 2.2 Availability of Technology 3 Physical Effects 3.1 Eyesight 3.2 Diet and Lack of Exercise 4 Psychological Effects 4.1 Violence and Aggressive Behavior 4.2 Antisocial Behavior 4.3 Memory Loss 5 Recommendations 6 Conclusion References   1. Introduction Finding a home, businesses, school or most any other public building that does not have internet access is becoming more and more difficult these days....   [tags: Technology ]
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Results of Advancements in Technology - In today’s society, modern technology is evidently developing rapidly and it is portrayed as a negative impact. It can be seen that technology is a substitution of all characteristics of life. The purpose of every technological invention is to benefit the lives of mankind; thus re-enforcing the positive connotation of technology. However, in long term it may not be beneficial; such as, education, work and leisure are all becoming dependent on technology; cyberspace is dangerous and child obesity is increasing....   [tags: Technology] 812 words
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The Social Effects of Digital Technology - ... GPS can be used to track equipment, vehicles, but also employees’ whereabouts; it is this third ability that creates invasion of privacy issues, especially if used to monitor non-work related activities. Employers are limited to a professional use of the GPS technology, meaning that the law will sanction any monitoring of an off-duty employee. Propositions to notify employees and ask for a signed acknowledgment are being implemented throughout some companies wishing to adopt a socially responsible attitude....   [tags: Technology ]
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Technology Through The Ages - ... This new type of engine allowed people to travel long distances efficiently. Another invention in this time period was the light bulb, which allowed factories and businesses to have evening and night shifts. During the 20th Century, the only additional technology related field was research and development. Agriculture, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is the occupation, business, and science of cultivating the land, producing crops, and raising livestock. Year after year, new technology such as the harvester, chisel, or tractor helps farmers yield more crops....   [tags: Technology]
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Science Fiction: The Role of Technology - ... The Roman philosophy was that “war would bring profits”. (Finley and Morris p.207) Much of the their technological advancements were doing to the military conquest and expansion. (Finley and Morris p.206) The story that I created is one that is about conquest and assimilation of technology. It also focuses on the destructive implications of war. On thing the Roman Empire is known for was it powerful army which they called legions. I want to capture the style of their armor and rank structure in to my universe....   [tags: Technology ]
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The Effect of Technology On Society - ... There are tools that we use that make task tedious easier and saves times. Instead of going and filing taxes we can go online and do it there instead, and allows us to be more productive (Darlin). Today we have the world of Google and over hundreds of cellphones, iTouchs, e-books and millions of websites at our disposal (Loertscher 2). These types of tools bring success to wide range of learners who face physical, development al, language or personal problems (Loertscher 3). Even though this tools can help different students with different types of learning styles and problems....   [tags: Technology]
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Integrating Technology Into Education - “Educators today are faced with myriad changes driven by forces outside their control. Changes are not always understood or supported by teachers though the impact … can be profound” (Thompson, Jr., 2003, p. 102). Change can be uncomfortable for anyone; however, the integration of technology into education is a change that is worth its discomfort. Several book reviews, edited by Jay C. Thompson, illustrate the need for school reform in different areas. There is no one solution that would repair the issues facing these schools, but the integration of technology would be a step toward their goals of success....   [tags: Technology]
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Driven to Distraction by Technology - ... In general the following evidence supports my claim on how technology has become beneficial by changing our behavioral patterns and relating it to the advantages it can bring upon students going to school. This is since it explains how these mobile devices can be an important issue in not only the classroom but in our daily lives. As technology advances, “it has brought forth a revolutionary transformation in the way people communicate with each other” (Nah n.p.).These various methods of interpersonal communication have evolved overtime and new methods of communication come in the forms of electronic communication devices, such as cell phones and computers (Fenell n.p.)....   [tags: Technology]
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Technology and Today's Youth - ... Educators are in a unique situation with technology and technological advances increasing everyday. Student’s ability to comprehend today’s technologies will increase and their abilities to multi-task using technologies will likely increase. Using technology in a class room needs to evolve with tomorrows students, teachers and parents will need to adapt and grow as technology advances. Student’s ability to understand and comprehend more information through enhanced computer software should increase some aspects of learning....   [tags: Technology ]
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Human Enslavement to Technology - The Technological Dilemma: Blindly embrace our new found Technology and perhaps face the Extermination of the Human Social Structure. As sci-fi as this might seem, society’s full acceptance of technology and its integration into the most miniscule of tasks has far exceeded any consideration of the harm that technology presents. There is practically no area of our social existence in which Technology has not grasped its cold metal tentacles about. As we attempt to argue against the seemingly blind acceptance of technology in this paper, think about each point and how technology might be better monitored in your environment....   [tags: Technology]
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Take it Away, Technology - ... Whether they realize it or not, technology is part of their lifestyle and cannot be completely removed. Technology attracts attention away from children and adults for unconstructive reasons. It gives them less time to participate in the activities that incorporate social skills. Consequently, their capability to interact with the world will be gone because of the lack of practice to become social. According to a case study from the American Life Project, “The findings came just a few months after the Kaiser Family Foundation reported that Americans between the ages of 8 and 18 spend on average 7 1/2 hours a day using some sort of electronic device, from smart phones to MP3 players to computers — a number that startled many adults, even those who keep their BlackBerrys within arm’s reach during most waking hours (Stout par....   [tags: Technology ]
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Technology Distractions in Education - Times are forever changing, and things in life is constantly evolving to something better or something more efficient ,especially technology. College campuses are overflowing with students packing Blackberry,iPod's, laptops and cellphones. College student are obsessed with the latest technology and in today classroom such technology's capture the audience. Moreover, as a learning institution, a college hold's the responsibility to offer it's student the best technology to help them prepare for their future....   [tags: Technology]
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A Sensorial Experience Through Technology - ... Shaping the body and technology. European Journal of Marketing, 44(5), pp.635-652. Buss, D., 2011. It's All About "i" for BMW's New Mobility Brand. [online] Auto Observer. Available at: <http://www.auto observer.com/2011/04/its-all-about-i-for-bmws-new-mobility-brand.html> [Accessed 18 July 2011]. Cappo,J., 2003. The future of advertising: newmedia, newclients, newconsumersinthepost-television age. Chicago:McGraw-Hill. Caroff, R. (2010). Introduction to Augmented Reality.[Online]. Available at: < http://www.robincaroff.com/Exp/IntroductionToAugmentedReality_RobinCAROFF.pdf> [Accessed 19 June 2011]....   [tags: Technology ]
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The Indispensability of Computer Technology - ... Numerous scholars are turning to online education (Clark, par. 2). Aside from online courses, many professors and teachers rely heavily on technology in the classroom. Many use ACTIVboards to present information and to allow hands on activities with students. ACTIVboards project an image from the computer onto the large screen itself. A battery-operated pen is used and allows the pupil to do numerous actions (Hetland, par. 2). The swift advancement of scholastic technologies make it rather challenging to determine what devices will work best (“Technology in Education”, par....   [tags: Technology]
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Society's Dependence on Modern Technology - The human race could be at risk. Observing the world and its inhabitants, this planet has proved to be a very dangerous place for the human being. We as a species, although not nearly as strong or as fast as most animals are, a brilliant, mechanically inclined race that has created and designed ways to make us the most dominating force on the planet. Our advancements in modern technology has grown to become a necessity. Ironically, modern technology although vital to the survival of men and women, through evident health risks, less jobs, and invasion of privacy may also become our specie’s very demise....   [tags: technology] 803 words
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Technology of the DVD Player - Ever since Thomas Edison’s introduction of the first commercially viable film projection device in the late 19th century, society has been enamored with the idea of recording and playing back events in the form of “motion pictures,” and the 20th century has marked a rapid progression of said technology. Initially, video playback was expensive and cumbersome, meaning that consumers had to attend movie theaters to enjoy their favorite flicks. The next advance came in the 1970’s with the development of the Video Home System (better known as VHS), which brought about the advent of VCR’s and the ability to view “video tapes” in the comfort of your own home....   [tags: Technology] 1165 words
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Integrating Technology Into Education - The literature review of the articles present for this assignment suggest a need for reform in the school system to allow for more relevance in the classroom and an improvement in the educational process. Technology can be an excellent bridge to solve the problem of linking learning with students in their everyday life. Quick suggests, “too often lesson plans stifle students’ thinking rather that reflecting and deepening their ideas,” (Quick, 2003, pg 156). A way to incorporate lesson plans into today’s’ world is by integrating technology into our lessons....   [tags: Technology]
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Is Technology Hurting Children? - ... “Many children, even when given the opportunity to get outdoors and play, often prefer the seclusion playing on the computer or with video games. It is becoming speculated that many games are addicting; even many adults have seemingly become addicted to technology” says Leigh Goessel (Goessel). Numerous amounts of our children today are addicted to at least some form of technology. It is very troubling that, “One of every five preschoolers have a TV in their bedroom” (“Is Technology Destroying Family Life?”)....   [tags: Technology ]
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Technology: Friend or Foe - ... Teachers also get sucked into software that is dressed-up to seem educational, and shows some form of learning but are the children actually retaining the information, and making critical connections (Scoter, 2001). As teachers, we need to make good judgments on what is individually appropriate, age appropriate, and culturally appropriate. For example children can make rhythms to songs that are learned during finger play activities. Using computer software also would allow for them to make restaurants or store signs for the dramatic play area....   [tags: Technology]
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Battery Manufacturing Company Technology - INTRODUCTION The battery is a device that changes part [voltage?] control into electricity. Similar to other necessary inventions, this device has many different versions that were made from the 19th century onward; the manufacturing history of the battery is quite interesting. The battery is a mixture of basics that has produced new and creative designs through the understanding of its composition, and is used in almost every part of modern life. It is important to know the general idea of how the battery works....   [tags: Technology ]
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Technology: Its Effect on Education - ... The flexibility of online classes allows for students with jobs to work around their busy schedules and still gain an education. Working at your own pace is again one of the other major pros because it allows students to learn good work ethic because most online classes do have some sort of schedule. Then we have learning at your own pace, which is helpful but not a major pro because even with this you are still bounded to learning things before a test, whether you do it in a day, or spread out throughout the time allotted before a test....   [tags: Technology ]
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The Effect of Technology On Humanity - ... This same technology allows soldiers to carry far more weight than humanly possible. It is common for soldiers to carry a hundred pounds or more of gear. Wheelchair users are not the only group of people lacking independence. Blind people cannot drive as sighted people do. This does not mean that blind people are mentally incapable of driving. Researchers have already developed a car that blind people can drive. Dennis Hong, the founder and director of RoMeLa, said, “A blind person driving a vehicle safely and independently was thought to be an impossible task, until now” (Hong)....   [tags: Technology]
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Bit Torrents: A New Technology - Bit Torrents Are a New Technology “Bit torrent is nothing more than a file downloading technology” is quoted in large font on the right side of website askleo.com in the article written by Dr. Leo Notemboom. The Article is titled “Is It Illegal to Download Torrent Files.” The writer summarizes what bit torrent technology is and how the law could apply to them. Overall the article is well informing to readers about bit torrents and Leo Notenboom’s interpretation of copyright laws. Also the article is very interesting and could arise some interesting questions to readers that relate to the topic....   [tags: Technology]
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The Harmful Effects of Technology - Since the Industrial Revolution of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, there have been many advances in technology. The invention of the telephone, the cell phone, and the computer have greatly increased society’s ability to communicate, and automobiles have enabled more efficient transportation. Television and the World Wide Web have provided entertainment for people of all ages. Technological inventions seem to have improved our way of life, but they have caused many side effects that have a negative impact on the world as well....   [tags: Technology ]
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Impact of Technology in Education - ... In the article, “Beyond the Bubble Test”, it was announced that a new technology-based assessment will replace the standardized bubble tests. There are high expectations associated with the new test. “If done correctly, the shift from pencil-and-paper to online assessments will build upon this opportunity to transform the nation’s education system and provide a platform for new approaches to learning and schooling, not just in testing” (Baresghian). Technology has the capability to turn what is now a week of testing, scoring, and results, into almost instantaneous scores....   [tags: Technology ]
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Health Care Technology Advancement - The post World War II era saw health care becoming more institutionalized. Innovation and technology and were being introduced into the American home. By 1948, one million homes in the United States had television sets (Television Invention Timeline). Along with this, medical knowledge and the accompanying technology was quickly being developed and being introduced into the hospital environment. Formal nurse training had been traditionally hospital based. During the war, to help ease the nursing shortage, women were recruited and trained as nurses by the Cadet Nurse Corps....   [tags: Technology]
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Human Dependency on Technology - Humans are now living in an era that’s nothing like the world has ever seen before, the Information era. According to Market Information and Statistics Division, in 2009, an estimated 26 per cent of the world’s population (or 1.7 billion people) were using the Internet. In developed countries the percentage remains much higher than in the developing world where four out of five people are still excluded from the benefits of being online. We are constantly being introduced to new additions and forms of technology....   [tags: Technology]
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Is Technology Changing Culture? - ... Another example is the growth of metal utensils like iron ploughs in Mesopotamia. Iron ploughs allowed the cultivation of “heavy soils,” [2] permitting farming in places such as Greece and Italy. They have also amplified the rate agriculture is practiced, aiding the detrimental consequences of agriculture described above. Technologies such as metal utensils and farming form the majority; there are numerous technologies to which we can trait both desirable and undesirable cultural alterations, and which are closely tangled with our society's presence that it is hard to judge them as being maladaptive or not....   [tags: Technology ]
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N Power Peg Technology - The N Power Peg is a device that was developed to be utilized as a source of energy deriving from the kinetic energy concept. The inventor, impetus behind the innovation and the potential success of this product is further emphasized in this paper. The Inventor Aaron LeMieux is the founder and CEO Tremont Electric a company based in Ohio. He is also the inventor of the nPower Peg. Mr. LeMieux has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering specializing in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Toledo....   [tags: Technology]
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Technology: The Modern Evil - ... These are the kind of disorders that cause ADD and ADHD. Also, the games can trigger emotional disorders as well. It has been proven that the more addicted to a game a child may be, the lower their standardized test scores (such as SOL tests and SAT tests) will be. There are also statistics showing that if children play more violent video games, then later on in life they will show more physically aggressive behavior than a person who did not play the violent games (Top Ten Negative Effects of Video Games on Children)....   [tags: Technology ]
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Technology Opportunities in Transportation - ... While parked, especially in locations of extreme hot or cold, these trucks are typically found idling while the driver is resting. In addition to being a home away from home for the truck drivers, they idle for a variety of reasons. These include keeping the fuel and engine warm, for the driver’s resting comfort, to mask out other noises, and for safety (Keller). Unfortunately, while they are idling, the engine is consuming diesel fuel at a time when oil prices are at their highest. It has been calculated that every hour a truck idles unnecessarily is equivalent to 8-10 miles of on-road driving (Keller)....   [tags: Technology] 1205 words
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Abolish Computer Technology - We live in a rapidly advancing world with new technology being developed every day. Gordon Moore hypothesized that technology has begun developing at an exponential rate, doubling in power every eighteen months. However, technology brings more harm than good. The documentary Die Hard 4 epitomizes the threat technology poses to humanity when in the wrong hands. Malicious “hackers” have the ability to control any object associated with a computer. They can steal personal information or secret government plans from anyone's PC; they can delete English papers before they are printed; they can hack into a webcam to take pictures; they can hack into phones to listen to conversations; they can hack into the traffic light to cause accidents; they can hack into calculators to make students fail a math test; they can hack into watches to make people late....   [tags: Technology] 705 words
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Will the Ipad Revolutionize Technology? - With Apples release of the Ipad in the near future, the main question on everyone's mind is how will this “computer” change the face of computers. This leads to the question of will the Ipad change technology in a significant way. I think the potential is available for Apple and the Ipad to change consumer interaction with technology, meaning changing the market for personal and professional computers, but not all the ducks are in a line just yet for this type of technical revolution. It the Ipad changes anything Interaction Number one most important way the Apple Ipad will change the way we use technology is through technology interaction....   [tags: Technology] 1060 words
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Information Communication Technology - ICT Part 3 Technology plays a major role in the world in which we live, Information Communication Technology (ICT) is an integral part of almost everyone’s life; be it at work, in education or socially. It is felt paramount that children are exposed to technology and are given the opportunity to develop the skills required. Teaching staff should integrate technology effectively into their teaching to create an inclusive, innovative and exciting learning environment. www.becta.org.uk In this essay I intend to write an analytical account of the teaching and learning context of the learning resource I have developed, with the intention that it will assist in future developments I may undertake....   [tags: Technology] 2216 words
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Technology - The Fuel of the World - In today’s world, in general, life moves faster. Daily routines would not feel complete without technology. Often it is believed that technology becomes worthless when one does not know how to use it. Without the internet or television millions of people would go without the news and events happening at the waking moment. Along with the advances in technology comes a great dilemma to be explored of when an overload of technology has been reached and may result in destruction of mankind. Technology includes most products that are manufacturer in factories every day....   [tags: Technology]
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Information Technology and SMEs in Pakistan - Abstract Recent spectacular technological advances and break throughs have made the effective use of modern information technology a critical, competitive business tool. This study explores the use of IT by SMEs and their degree of satisfaction in using software and hardware.Use of Word processing and spreadsheet is comparatively high. Use of communication software is very low. There is a dissatisfaction of respondents with software, more than hardware. One main reason is lack of proper training as employees don’t know how to use the software....   [tags: Technology]
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Computer, Technology, and Society - Just think about how pervasive computers have become in our lives. In just a few short decades they appear to be everywhere: from our desktops, to our cars, to our coffeemakers and our phones. In the nineteen years from 1984 to 2003 the percentage of US households that have a computer in the home rose from 8.2% to 61.8%. From 1997 to 2009 the number of US households with Internet access at home climbed from 18% to 68.7%. As you can see the number of US households with a computer and Internet access in the home has skyrocketed over a relatively short time....   [tags: Technology ]
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Quantum Computing: The Future of Technology - ... Any potentially harmful external energy caught in its electromagnetic field can be dispersed and reflected. Cold plasma can even be used for rapid decontamination of clothing, equipment, or personal gear. Almost instantly plasma “disrupts the integrity of cell membranes destroying even the hardest spores” (Schultz). The best part of plasma is that “it can be made inexpensively in bulk with no big equipment needed” (Schultz). With the help of technology, huge steps can be taken in the medical field....   [tags: Technology]
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The State of Technology in Universities - ... Also, certain sites and programs require certain browsers or operating systems. These compatibility issues often lead to frustration for both students and instructors. If a student can’t access the homework from their computer, they are at a great disadvantage to those who have a system that the program was intended for. As alternate operating systems and a diverse set of browsers have developed and gained popularity lately, larger companies like Adobe and Microsoft have released products that can be used on non traditional systems....   [tags: Technology]
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Future Of Technology - Moving Backwards: The Future of Technology in Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards. Aldous Huxley It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity. Albert Einstein. In our world today, people have put reading, and books, behind them. They have lost focus on an extremely important learning method. Reading not only helps us to learn vital information, but it also allows us to use our imagination....   [tags: Technology] 1535 words
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Push Technology - Five thousand years ago, with the invention of writing, the human species took its first jump towards a technological civilization. The second one came only in the last half of the XV century, with the invention of press, by Gutenberg. The possibility of reproducing thousands of identical copies of the same document has taken to the creation of the first magazines and journals, a revolutionary concept. But this occurred in a slow and grad way: the first scientific journal pressed, for example, was released just in 1665, 200 years after....   [tags: Technology] 1053 words
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Wireless Technology - Wireless technology has become the wave of the future. From cellular phones to wireless point of sale devices, wireless networks and technology is all around us. In order to jump on the wireless train, one must first understand the different standards. To properly and safely utilize wireless technology the user also must understand the various types of wireless security. Once grasping these technologies and standards, anyone can implement a wireless network in their home. First, the 802.11b wireless networking standard, which is the most common consumer based standard....   [tags: Technology] 1202 words
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Information Technology & Replacement - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & RESOURCE REPLACEMENT Information Technology adheres to the CoC Technology Replacement Program that requires computer infrastructure components be replaced every three years. This document establishes the procedures regarding this program. The Technology Replacement Program (TRP) is designed to support the IT goals and objectives of achieving stable, predictable and reliable computers systems. This program ensures sufficient money is set aside to keep our computer infrastructure current, without the need to perform periodic, large-scale systems upgrades....   [tags: Technology] 1059 words
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How Technology Effects Children - Technology In today’s society we are overwhelmed with technology. Technology is changing everyday, and will forever be a staple in our lives. The effect that technology has on our children has brought on some concerns and some praises. Children these days have no choice but to some how be influenced by the ever growing technology in our societies. Our common concern has been that although digital technology has boosted children’s talent for multitasking, their ability to process information deeply may be deteriorating (Carpenter, 2000)....   [tags: Technology]
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In Love with and Dependent on Technology - In Love with Technology When taking a closer look at really how dependent we, as a general society, are so in love with our technology and in reality how scary it is how much we use this tool to run almost every aspect of our lives. I feel that I could not go out anywhere, even right now, not find some direct correlation of technology influencing my path from A to B. In no sense am I a extremist believing that technology is the devil and will ultimately lead us to our downfall, but I can open my eyes every once and a while and truly see how much of our world is governed by these “great” innovations....   [tags: Technology] 729 words
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The Impact Of Computer Technology - The impact of computer technology Has computer technology enhanced our society or has it crippled our ability to function ethically. Computer technology has affected the workplace and compromised our privacy leaving us exposed for unauthorized use of our personal identity. Our world has become less ethical and it has become very difficult to trust or determine what is authentic. In today’s world we are totally living in a computerized world and we have lost the human element. Many companies have transitioned their information totally to computers and software packages that has moved many people out of jobs....   [tags: Technology] 1571 words
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An Introduction To Fiber Optics Technology - An Introduction to Fiber Optics Technology Throughout time, speed and efficiency in the telecommunications industry has progressed at a rapid pace due to fiber optic technology. In 1979, AT&T revolutionized the telecommunications industry by producing a medium for data transmission which used light, called fiber optic cable. This medium created a bandwidth of 44.736 Mbps and could multiplex 672 trunk circuits onto one fiber (Cole, 2000). However, this invention was only the beginning of a great addition to telecommunications, one that would change the industry forever....   [tags: Technology]
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