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    DIGITAL PROMOTIONS Digital technologies are able to emulate almost every aspect of marketing communications and traditional media channels and, in doing so, to span the marketing mix. However, digital promotions are more specific and are an element of the marketing communication mix. Nevertheless, the boundaries are less than clear, because digital technology is not only a means of communication but also a method of distribution. The flexibility afforded by the technology means it is highly complex

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    The Digital World

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    Digital technologies and their applications allow developing different information processing systems that create a new environment called a “Digital World”(Report. Committee on Science and Technology, 2011). Digital world is global and interconnected. As a teacher in this world, incorporating digital tools like computer, ipad, Internet access, data storage, electronic white board and other Web 2.0 tools in my pedagogy will enable me to connect and collaborate globally, provide me huge possibilities

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    Digital The digital world of today can be understood as a product of late-Victorian construction of the machinery of information organization combined with Modernist visual forms. The works of Lev Manovich and Dr. Simon Cook use a revisionist approach to examine the past century and a half of visual forms. In his “Late Victorian Reasoning and a Modern History of Vision,” Dr. Cook attempts to prove a link between the late-Victorian visual forms and the “new vision” (including Modernist art)

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    Digital Storytelling

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    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. Digital Storytelling is narrative entertainment that signals, the web, DVDs, and so on Interactivity. The elements of digital story telling is Medias, Action ,Relationship, Context, Communication but some one think Digital story telling is nonlinear storytelling. Elements of Digital Storytelling. Media Formation, it

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    Digital Divide

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    Digital Divide The “Digital Define” is the distance between the people who have adequate access to technology and those who do not. As teachers, we have numerous avenues through which we can assist in narrowing the gap of the Digital Divide. Some suggestions are the following: 1. Gather teaching materials through sources such as: www.pbs.org/digitaldivide/about.html www.pbs.org/digitaldivide/learning.html www.siliconvallydigitaldivide.net www.ed.gov/free www.fcs.gov/resources.html 1-800-257-5126

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    Digital Divide

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    citizens will do? With the concern concentrated on technology Infrastructure we can bridge the Digital Divide. The Digital Divide is the poverty line of the twenty-first century. It is the term use to describe the separation between the people who have access to, knowledge of, and training on, new technology from the people who have little to no access and no technical knowledge of technology. The term Digital reefers to the format used by computers called binary code. Binary code is compiled of ones

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    Digital Diversity

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    Digital Diversity Does the international scope of the Internet entail an end to the cultural and historical diversity of style in composition? In the past several decades, technology has led to a giant connected network of computers. This new Internet (and mainly the World Wide Web) has become a new communication and information exchange tool. All data that used to be transmitted by voice, paper, radio, television, or other mass media device can now be done so digitally, and these messages

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    1. Introduction: the Digital and the Humanities Computers, digital tools and the Internet have been radically changing the way scholars work, collaborate and publish their research and supported the creation, the storage, the analysis and the dissemination of data and information. While many areas of study within the natural, medical, and social sciences have a long tradition with these technologies, most of the humanities disciplines have been more reluctant and have found it more difficult or inappropriate

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    The Digital Divide

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    The Digital Divide Abstract: Around the world 429 million people are connected to the Internet. Forty-one percent of those people can be found in North America. Although 429 million seems like a large number it is only 6 percent of the global population (Fact Sheet, 2004). Numbers like this reflect the digital divide that has grown since the creation of the computer and more recently, the ‘Information Super Highway’ called, the Internet. The digital divide describes the issue that some people

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    A Digital Nation

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    A Digital Nation Have you ever heard someone say that we live in a digital nation? Do you know what a digital nation is? Well you should know because you are living in one. Our nation revolves around the use of computers. Can you go through a normal day without using something computer related? I don't think so. Many everyday things that you take for granted are computer based, such as: ATM's, credit cards, grocery check outs, and gas stations to name a few. I support Jon Katz's article The

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