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The Virtual Panopticon: You, Me, Our Cell Phones, and the Internet - Modern western society is creating a self-sufficient virtual panoptic structure. The central tower of the virtual panopticon is represented by the internet. Citizens armed with portable multimedia recording devices accept the role of observational guards occupying the watchtower, and cells located at the periphery of the watchtower encompass the public and private spaces that a person occupies in the virtual panopticon. The same group that is being surveyed also does the surveying which differs from the traditional panopticon....   [tags: Multimedia ]
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Use of Multimedia Content in Education - ... According to Stanford’s Mann, “Premature exposure and overexposure to technology creates emotional numbness, confusion between fantasy and reality, and pent-up anxiety that leads to aggressive behavior in children (Mann, M. 2006). Other disadvantages include the cost involved in providing resources needed for schools to implement a 21st century of learning. The cost to keep computers up to date and in good repair is a constant struggle for some schools. Accessing the necessary technology that meets the processing demand and bandwidth is a large expense, and many district budgets just don’t have the funding available....   [tags: Technology, Digital Learning]
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Multimedia and the Mass Communication of Science - Scientific studies are published for the scientific community. More specifically, they tend to be written with the expectation of being read by peers. This may seem obvious, and yet it shouldn't be. The style of writing that occurs when writing to peers cannot help but alienate a portion of the audience that should be informed. This also results in increasingly isolated divisions of the scientific community and widens the gaps between disciplines in terms of interests, language, and knowledge. Archaeology is one of the first fields to become dissatisfied with this division....   [tags: Research Analysis ]
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Multimedia Components and The Classroom - ... Digital video is a more power video that is more frequently to display. The digital analog is stored in medium such as hard disk and pendrive (Yager, 1993). Steinmetz and Nahrstedt (2002) found that different peripherals will give various types of microcomputer video format. The method to digitalize a video is depending on the types of hardware due to difference of pixel resolution of the digital structure. According to Savage and Vogel (2014), different types of video format will give their commitment to various level of digital pixel resolution....   [tags: animation, human-computer interaction]
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The IP Multimedia Subsystem - Abstract-The IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) is a Next Generation Network (NGN) that integrates wireless, wireline and internet technologies. IMS enables the convergence of voice, data, and multimedia services such as Voice over IP (VoIP), Video over IP, push-to-talk, presence or instant messaging services. IMS is almost independent of the access technology and uses a number of protocols such as HTTP and SMTP while the most important one is called SIP or session Initiation Protocol. At parallel this open based emerging technology has security challenges from multiple communication protocols like IP, SIP and RTP etc....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Multimedia Research: Web Tools - ... The Next piece of Digital media that I looked at was YouTube, like Facebook this tool is used by businesses to promote their image and to draw in a bigger audience than they would usually be able to attract on a day to day basis, YouTube is the most popular of many video sharing sites but it has stood the test of time due to it constantly adapting and moving with the times, YouTube was founded in 2005, and it revolutionised the way in which media is viewed, before YouTube sharing videos was not so straightforward, but since its introduction it has revolutionised the way we view media....   [tags: facebook, youtube, liveleak, web tools]
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Multimedia Glosses - Many researchers believe language development to be the most important part of learning a second language (Knight, 1994). Also, a majority of students studying a foreign language and their teachers mention vocabulary as their number one priority (Knight, 1994). Language educators believe that foreign language learners need to increase their vocabulary and develop strategies for coping with new words (Harley, 1996). Usually, these strategies include the use of dictionaries and glosses inserted into some language textbooks....   [tags: Language ]
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Multimedia Learning Objects - With the advances in online and mobile technologies that have come about in the last decade, the contexts in which we teach and the way students learn have become more diverse. Classes can be taught completely online, face-to-face in the traditional format, or a blended mix of the two. Learning has become less about memorizing information. It has become more about knowing how to use, evaluate, and interact with information in our daily lives. Students have come to expect, and benefit from, a mix of learning content in their lessons: text, graphics, video, audio and interactivity....   [tags: WISC-Online, Instructions] 1100 words
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High-Definition Multimedia Interface - With HD equipment, there are several different connection options, but choosing the right one is easy. Only HDMI is made specifically with high definition in mind. HDMI means High-Definition Multimedia Interface. What separates HDMI from other cable options. First, HDMI transmits a purely digital signal. This eliminates the signal loss that can occur with analog conversion or external line interference. Second, HDMI has an outstanding bandwidth, pushing up to 10.2 Gbps. A single HDMI 1.3 cable can transmit digital video and eight channels of audio....   [tags: Technology] 746 words
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Multimedia in Computers - Multimedia in Computers Multimedia is nothing new. The nature of human communication has always involved "multimedia". We hear, speak, write, draw, make gestures, play music, and act out our thoughts and feelings to one another. We have enjoyed multimedia presentations since our childhood through film, television, and, more recently, videotape, videodisc and digital videodisc. These have all involved analog media. What makes recent developments in multimedia new and exciting is that we can now deal with these various media in a digital format....   [tags: Papers] 1177 words
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future of multimedia - Multimedia future… There seems to be a rising flourish of enthusiasm about Internet courseware and multimedia. Additional individuals learn, the more they want to learn. For example, once their essential classes Web pages are complete, instructors often decide that they want pictures, then perhaps some audio, then animation, then. There are a number of advantages to using audio over the Internet. Professors are able to create archived lectures or live broadcasts, allowing for asynchronous or synchronous communication....   [tags: essays research papers] 486 words
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Multimedia: Past, Present, and Potential - Multimedia: Past, Present, and Potential Upon being asked for an example of what "interactive multimedia" is, what would a common response be. Video games might come to mind. Though this is a valid response and a ready example of multimedia, it is important not to limit it to solely entertainment. I have come to believe that most people pigeonhole multimedia because it encompasses such a broad spectrum that it is hard to understand otherwise. The first step in understanding multimedia, and hence dispelling such misconceptions, is defining what exactly multimedia is....   [tags: Entertainment Electronics Essays] 1543 words
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Multimedia - Multimedia As a technology, it is called multimedia. As a revolution, it is the sum of many revolutions wrapped into one: A revolution in communication that combines the audio visual power of television, the publishing power of the printing press, and the interactive power of the computer. Multimedia is the convergence of these different professions, once thought independent of one another, coming together to form a new technological approach to the way information and ideas are shared. What will society look like under the evolving institutions of interactive multimedia technologies....   [tags: science] 1663 words
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Multimedia in the Palm of your Hand - Multimedia in the Palm of your Hand Hand Held Video Games Hand held video games have been around since 1991 when Game Boy came out with the first hand held video game. When Game Boy hit the market it sold about fory eight million copies worldwide. Video game systems are a big part of are popular culture right now. We have seen many advances in the hand held video game industry since 1991. Game Boy has recently come out with a new colored Game Boy called Vitual Boy. The Virtual Boy uses two, tiny mirrored screens....   [tags: Technology Technological Papers]
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Multimedia The Wide Spectrum - Multimedia The Wide Spectrum In this paper, I will endeavor to provide you with a basic overview as to what multimedia consists of. I will also delve into the visual aspect in the wide spectrum of multimedia to show what it consists of and for a better understanding as to how it fits in. Multimedia first began with games but Web pages, interactive courses, and catalogs with sound and video have now dominated the stage. Not long ago, the term “multimedia” referred to a room full of slide projectors, tape decks, and movie projectors....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Design and Development of Mobile Multimedia Learning Application - Introduction The development of mobile technology today has its own effects on society globally. There are many benefit that are experienced from the implementation and use of mobile technology. Mobile technology are made to drive global commerce especially in mobile multimedia learning application. This is because, nowadays, mobile technology has upgraded to such an extant that you are able to keep updated for all your lesson requirement everywhere and anytime you want to. In other words, learning can be done anytime and anywhere as long you have a mobile phone or any mobile electronic device and a multimedia learning application....   [tags: Technology ]
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Integration of Location Update Mechanism in IP Multimedia Subsystem - Abstract— To provide high speed data traffic and maintain promised QoS in wireless systems IMS was introduced in 3rd generation networks. IMS uses SIP style session creation and maintaining means. As IMS deals with high rate data transfer so this module can be used for purposes other than catering QoS. Here we propose a technique in which IMS has been used for location update of any mobile node , it not only gives exact location of any randomly moving node but it also helps in emergency state where location determination of any node can be a setback....   [tags: Computer Science ] 1546 words
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Technologies Impact on Teachers - Throughout the 21st century, technology has impacted many occupations that you don’t even know. One of those, is Education. In the 20th century, students only have textbooks, notebooks, and pens. Instead, students now use eBooks, interactive online textbooks, and online notebooks. Teachers are able to use projectors, computers, iPad’s, and more. Because of this new technology, high school teachers able are to teach their students in a new, positive way in which students actually excited to learn....   [tags: education, multimedia]
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Computer Multimedia - Computer Multimedia Computers have come a long way very fast since there start in the 1940's. In the beginning they were mainly used for keeping financial records by banks and insurance companies, and for mathematical computations by engineers and the U.S. Military. However, exciting new applications have developed rapidly in the last few years. Two of these areas is Computer Graphics and sound. Computer graphics is the ability of the computer to display, store and transmit visual information in the form of pictures....   [tags: essays research papers] 1365 words
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Interactive Multimedia Systems - Interactive Multimedia Systems Interactive multimedia systems promise to revolutionize education. In a complex world of constant change, where knowledge becomes obsolete every few years, education can no longer be something that one aquires during youth to serve for an entire lifetime. Rather, education must focus on instilling the ability to continue learning throughout life. Fortunately, the information-technology revolution is creating a new form of electronic, interactive education that should blossom into a lifelong learning system that allows almost anyone to learn almost anything from anywhere, at anytime....   [tags: Papers] 380 words
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Digital Multimedia Broadcasting - 1. Changes in the trend of media industry Media consumption patterns are slowly but steadily changing the digital home, and wireless connectivity enables similar changes outside the home. Disruptive technologies liberalized content release windows, regulatory changes, and a myriad of factors could dramatically change current trend lines of the customers. Before we start, let me first explain about the historical media disruptors. Firstly, the television forces radio out of national spotlight into locally based medium and then came the cable television, which evolves from relaying distant signals to narrow casting medium....   [tags: Media Broadcasting] 1278 words
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Multimedia Marketing Services Business Plan - Executive Summary The Conception Innovative, creative and consistent MultiMedia marketing strategies are now a necessary tool of trade, no longer just an add-on, rather a medium on which to compete globally, reach more customers, and build new relationships. Today, advances in technology and design are providing many opportunities for new and existing businesses to re-invent themselves and their marketing strategies. Flayvid has emerged out of the increasing need for a provider of a complete sweet of integrated MultiMedia marketing services to businesses and individuals, initially within Victoria....   [tags: Business Plans] 1860 words
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The Impact Media Has On Personality Development - ... On another note, they found a correlation between extraverted people and extraverted-related decisions in the game, suggesting that personality does indeed affect the way people play video games. As the years pass and video games become more advanced and sophisticated, people are becoming more attached to them. It is estimated by the Entertainment Software Association (2012) that approximately half of U.S. houses have a video game console. How can someone not be attracted to a world where one can do whatever they want, without having to abide by the consequences that stem from certain “immoral” actions....   [tags: multimedia, video games, music]
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Project Proposal: Personal Portfolio Website - ... There are many options to offline physical marketing materials such as; business cards, t shirts, beer mats, pens and mugs. Due to the creative nature of the website, if produced each item will have their own innovative twist and concept around them relating to the brand and it’s services. A good example of how this can be done would be Example A. This innovative idea adds user interaction and fun to what would normally be a simple business card. This is also done with two simple holes which creates minimal material labours....   [tags: Multimedia Technology & Design]
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Special Effects Movie - ... Multimedia artists also need to be creative and have an artistic talent(“Multimedia”...U.S.para.22). One of the specific jobs for multimedia artists is they use a program that can create a 3D model and they also use a program to make the model move to bring the formation to life(“Multimedia”...career para.4). Multimedia artists can work in the fields of animation , interactive technology, and game design(“Multimedia Artist”para.23). In order to master the skills in this position one will have to go to college and take specialized courses that lead to a certificate or degree.There are technical and specialized studies that are required to perform this job function such as natural scienc...   [tags: multimedia artist, graphics, animation]
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The Technological Innovation of The Cell Phone - ... I did not need a cell phone until after the death of my father then I needed a cell phone in 2001. Overall I use a cell phone less than other people and still have never set up my voice mail. Mostly I used a cell phone when I was on the road to let mom know I got where I was going when playing in chess tournaments. Now it used mostly to remind mom to eat dinner and make sure she takes her pill. Occasionally I use it to contact friend or as a GPS device or look up information on the internet....   [tags: multimedia device, social system, gps]
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Transmission of Multimedia Data over Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks - Transmission of Multimedia Data over Wireless Ad-Hoc networs A. Berk Barutlu Abstract Ad-hoc networking has been of increasing interest and therefore recognized as an important research area in recent years. This paper is about transmission of multimedia data over wireless ad-hoc networks, the problems and the related issues. 1. Introduction 1.1 Ad-Hoc Networks An ad-hoc network is a collection of wireless mobile nodes that will dynamically form a temporary network without the use of any existing network infrastructure....   [tags: essays research papers] 1649 words
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Multimedia Vocabulary: Use of Information Technology to Teach English in Hong Kong - Information technology (IT) has become an important part of modern life, as well as in education. As early as in 1998, the Hong Kong government has launched a strategy entitled "Information Technology for Learning in a New Era" in primary and secondary schools. From 1998 to June 2003, the government had already spent $2.08 billion for implementing IT in education, e.g. install computer laboratory and multimedia learning center (MMLC) in schools. With these advanced equipments, many different subjects have employed the use of multimedia technology....   [tags: languages, ESL, secondary education] 1308 words
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Augmented Reality and The Future of Multimedia - Introduction What does “augmented reality” means. AR is the acronym for augmented reality. A rough definition of augmented is to maximize or change to a higher extent. Augmented reality, which is a type of virtual reality, basically means that the real-world environments are duplicated in a computer. A combination of reality and virtual scenes, created a composited view for the end-user which are generated by the computer. The computer with augmented reality system augments the real-world view or scene with additional information....   [tags: Technology ]
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Digital Storytelling - Multimedia is media that put to practical use a union of unusual substance forms. The term can be used as a noun (a medium with multiple content forms) or as an adjective describing a medium as having multiple substance forms. The term is used in contrast to media which only utilize traditional forms of printed or hand-produced text and still graphics, for example Digital Storytelling. Digital Storytelling applies to using new digital tools to help ordinary people to tell their own real-life stories....   [tags: Multimedia, Communication, Technology]
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The Effects of Class Size and Learning Style on Student Performance in a Multimedia-Based Marketing Course - The Effects of Class Size and Learning Style on Student Performance in a Multimedia-Based Marketing Course The article “The Effects of Class Size and Learning Style on Student Performance in a Multimedia-Based Marketing Course”, published in volume 23 number 2 August 2001 issue of Journal of Marketing Research, has one main objective: to explore conclusions for two pre research hypothesis discussed in the article. These two hypotheses are stated to determine if the effects of multimedia-based learning differ in results of class size or learning style....   [tags: Papers] 990 words
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Business Presentations - When conducting business presentations, knowing your purpose and knowing your audience are crucial parts of the preparation process, which will allow you to organize your content to build audience rapport during your presentation. Along with those steps, visual aids and multimedia presentations can help your audience to better comprehend and retain the information being presented. And by choosing an effective delivery method, you can better communicate your information and communicate with the audience, which will result in a more credible presentation....   [tags: multimedia, visual aid, information, audience]
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Mulimedia - Mulimedia Introduction Below are the results of research taken out to access different multimedia designs and their internal components that enable them to compete in an aggressive environment Question One Internet Site – The National Bank (www.nationalbank.co.nz) Methodology When creating a website for a large company the use of the waterfall methodology is required. The Steps involved in the waterfall development are: · Planning (identify scope, plan development strategies and goals.) · Requirements analysis (what the website should do) · Design (How the website is going to work) · Implementation & Testing (Using the website and seeing if it works) · Support (correcting errors, improv...   [tags: Essays Papers] 2510 words
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Web Video - Amateur filmmakers hoping to win fame for amusing moments captured on camcorder ought to stick to TV's long-running America's Funniest Home Videos. These days they're not getting much love on the Web. One after another, online video sites that have long showcased such fare as skateboarding dogs and beer-drenched parties are scaling back their focus on user-generated clips, often in favor of professionally produced programming. "People would rather watch content that has production value than watch their neighbors in the garage," says Matt Sanchez, co-founder and chief executive of VideoEgg, a company that provides Web video tools, ads, and advertising features for online video providers and...   [tags: Internet Multimedia] 1029 words
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Clusters In Business - Competitive advantage is not created within a single firm alone. Efficiency in internal operations is essential but not necessarily sufficient to compete globally. Factors external to the business are increasingly important. Each firm is inherently part of a "cluster" of activities made up of firms along the value chain as well as related and supporting organizations e.g. research and development, finance, worker skills, infrastructure. In general, clusters are geographic concentrations of interconnected companies, specialized suppliers, service providers, firms in related industries, and associated institutions in particular fields that compete but also cooperate....   [tags: essays research papers] 962 words
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Use of Collaborative and Cooperative Learning - ... Four key thinking strategies in cooperative learning are: problem solving, decision making, critical thinking, and creative thinking. Most research studies have found that cooperative learning is more effective than other modes of instruction for higher level thinking tasks. This source will be helpful to support an environment in which students feel encouraged to take part in higher order thinking in this multimedia project (Lee, 1997). Integrating Technology for Effective Cooperative Learning on Academics Faryadi (2007) states, in cooperative learning settings, small groups of students work on a specified mission to trounce their collective weaknesses, build on their strengths and shar...   [tags: Collaborative Learning]
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Issues in Widespread Deployement of IMS - Introduction: IMS is mainly an enabling technology it does not directly implement complete useful end user application, rather it offers a standard layer to run multimedia applications. These applications include: VoIP, Presence, Instant Messaging, push-To-Talk and Video Conferencing [2]. The IMS architecture provide a number of benefits which include better person-to-person communications; enhanced interaction between media streams which enables easy integration and interworking of different IP-based services; better service mobility which makes it possible to offer services over various access networks and provide opportunity for third-party developers and vendors to easily create and int...   [tags: Information Technology ]
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The Role of the Teachers - The Role of the Teachers Engaging the Children’s Attention "It is interesting to note that during the next twenty or so years, the first generation of teachers who have never known a world without television and computers will be taking control of the educational system" (Dusewicz, 1982, p.11). This new generation of educators will need to modify their approach to teaching in order to better suit the ample technological resources available to aid in student learning. One way to meet the rising demands of educational instruction is to implement a variety of technological multimedia into the curriculum....   [tags: essays papers]
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Red Team's Project on Interactive Whiteboards - Abstract On any collaborative project there is a process that is followed to create an end product. First is the topic that is decided on by the group after consideration of several viable subjects. Next is a gathering of resource information that supports the topic and the details giving credence to its relevance while at the same time collating the source information in an annotated bibliography. The group then comes together to outline the proposed team project and the first rough draft is produced....   [tags: Technology] 2051 words
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A Career as an Animator - ... 2D hand-drawn or traditional animation is a technique where each frame is drawn by hand. This is a standard technique by just simply drawing on special paper with art tools. This would also include images to be trace onto film and colored using special software and is later then view at any speed in any sequence. 2D computer generated is the same thing as traditional but is rather drawn on the computer through a tablet or some other electronical drawing device. This could be utilized to transfer characters drawn into the computer....   [tags: Career Research Paper]
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Bill of Guarantee - ... Existing laws do not apply to the usage of Internet and did not provide protection against invasion of privacy and cyber security in the Government and private sector. Dr Chandra Muzaffar, a social activist, asked the Prime Minister to clarify the proposed progressions while calling for the setting of an autonomous committee to screen the Internet to guarantee reasonable and objective reporting. (Malaysia Factbook, 2013) Izwan (2013) said the opposition party leader Lim Kit Siang reproved the government's prerogative, saying that any limitations on the data in the Internet could risk the nation's Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) venture....   [tags: censorship, internet,malaysia]
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Are There Entrepreneurial Opportunities Existent in the Virtual World of Second Life - This essay examines articles to compare and contrast whether there are entrepreneurial opportunities existent in the virtual world Second Life. A virtual world is a computer mediated environment which can be either be a two or three dimensional simulated environments, where one or more human participants inhabit and interact via their avatars; various features include chat, instant messaging and voice (Multimedia Victoria, Acumentum Pty Ltd, 2007, p.2; Bloomfield, 2007, p. 12). Second Life was launched in 2003 by Linden Lab; the three dimensional virtual world has allowed commercial interaction (Multimedia Victoria, Acumentum Pty Ltd, 2007, p.3) which will be focused on throughout this essay...   [tags: Article Analysis ]
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What Technology Means to an Educator like me? - Day by day, I observed technology being more recognized and used as an instructional tool in classrooms. Still, I, as an educator, was certainly less comfortable using the technology than the majority of my students. I did use technology in my classes, but was mostly just using PowerPoint. I would like to be able to seamlessly integrate more technology tools into my everyday classroom. That was my main goal to take ED 508-OL, Technology as Pedagogy. This course has not only affirmed my goal to seamlessly integrate more technology tools into my everyday classroom, it also given me principles, guidelines and many practical tools to do that....   [tags: Technology ]
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Strategic Corporate Developments In The Telecommunications Industry - STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS 2010 China Unicom and Ericsson Signed Telecom Management Contract (China) China Unicom’s Anhui division, a major telecom company in the country, signed a telecom management contract with Ericsson for a period of 3-years. The contract would facilitate Ericsson to be the biggest telecom operating partner in the Province of Anhui. Under the terms of the contract, Ericsson would be accountable for transmission network, field maintenance of base station as well as fixed line network....   [tags: Telecommunications]
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Social Stories with Children with Autism - Information Communication Technology (ICT) is essential in classrooms for producing significant improvements in children’s reading ability (identification of letters, words, and sentences) in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Research conducted by Hagiwara & Smith Myles (1999) their conclusion was that visual cues used to explain social stories help children to understand the meaning behind the text. Howley and Arnold (2005) reflect the way in which a Social Story presented may be key to the success of the intervention used in improving literacy in children with Autism....   [tags: Special Education ]
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Design and User Experience : The Private Hospital - Design and User Experience : The Private Hospital (calls Clinic in Chile) website in general are very well structured with easy access to all the services that these institution provides. The neonatology and pediatrics sections usually lacks of images and multimedia sections, the one reason of that can be that the information is oriented toward adults visitors or potentials parent patients. Additionally in general these WebPages provides information written by its own physician helping them to reach its potential patients, moreover the information about diseases are upgrade periodically....   [tags: Technology] 546 words
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Interactivity in Teaching and Learning - Technology is constantly evolving. Every day, we turn on the tv, radio, or log on to the internet and hear or read about something new that promises to make our lives easier, more efficient, and more focused. From the typewriter to the iPad, all the manufacturers of these new and improved devices have all harped on one idea, the idea of interactivity. The idea of interactivity has been consistently debated since the introduction of the first computer. With computers, interactivity is thrown into the center ring as a means of achieving higher level thinking, improving and reinventing the cognitive and developmental processes that we use in our everyday life, from our jobs to our education....   [tags: Technology ]
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H.323 Protocol - H.323 is a protocol used for transmission of real-time video and audio data over a packet-switched network like Internet Protocol. It is a protocol standard for multimedia communications. H.323 protocol is maintained by the Study Group 16 within the ITU (International Telecommunication Union) Telecommunication Standardization Sector, also known as ITU-T. Most VoIP application utilizes H.323 protocol, since it supports call forwarding, call setup and teardown. A key feature of H.323 protocol is QoS (Quality of Service), which allows traffic management and real-time prioritization to be placed over Ethernet....   [tags: Information Technology ] 628 words
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The Poblem Of Piracy - In this new day mark by computer usage and rampant use of technology by everyone, software usages have increase dramatically. Most people have computers and laptops that use Windows 7 or Mac OS X. However, these software programs are expensive, usually ranging from $80 to $200. As a result, some people are illegally downloading software and other forms of media online from website like ThePirateBay.com, engaging in an activity called piracy. Merrill Dictionary states that piracy is “the unauthorized reproduction or use of a copyrighted book, recording, television program, patented invention, trademarked product, etc.” These illegally activities have increased dramatically over the last decad...   [tags: Technology, Stats] 1583 words
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Reflection Paper on Heard Around the Common - Reflection Paper on “Heard Around the Common” I had a variety of goals for taking “Designing and Producing Media for Education.” First, I wanted to learn theories of multimedia design, specifically for educational purposes, and then have the opportunity to immediately apply those learnings to a hands-on production process. Second, I wanted the chance to interact with other educational media designers, such as Harvard’s TIE students. While there are many designers and media theorists at MIT, I don’t have as many opportunities to interact with those interested in education....   [tags: Education Teacher Essays] 2361 words
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Church Network Systems - Abstract In this research paper I will write about how I wish to use my degree in Computer Operation Technology within churches to establish computer network systems so that churches can manage their organizations financial and business affairs with productive software. With the knowledge that I obtain through my chosen field, I’ll be helpful to ministers with reaching out to many people with his/her messages through other resourceful media such as podcasting and video streaming. Lastly, to be able to develop a network system that member can use a web based applications to interact and communicate with one another outside the church and build relationships....   [tags: Personal Ambition ]
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Integrating SmartBoards Into the Classroom - Review of Literature To date, there has been quite a bit of research in the field. The integration of the SmartBoard into the classroom is an effective teaching technique for three reasons. The first is that an interactive white board motivates and engages students. Furthermore, this technology helps students organize material, so there are benefiting cognitively. As a result of the two, the achievement of students is greater when a SmartBoard is utilized. In the following paragraphs I will discuss what the research states about each area of improvement....   [tags: Technolgoy]
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