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Internet Technology By Jeronimo Pereira

  1. 1. Internet technology<br />By<br />Jeronimo Pereira<br />
  2. 2. INTERNET EXPLORER<br />
  3. 3. What is the INTERNET?<br />The Internet" refers to the worldwide network of interconnected computers, all of which use a common protocol known as TCP/IP to communicate with each other. <br />Every publicly accessible website is hosted by a web server computer, which is a part of the Internet. <br />Every personal computer, cell phone or other device that people use to look at websites is also a part of the Internet. <br />
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  5. 5. The Internet is the large group of millions of computers around the world that are all connected to one another. <br />These computers are connected by phone lines fiber optic lines, coaxial cable, satellites, and wireless connections.<br />Today you can even get a wireless connection to the Internet with a handheld PC or Notebook Computer.<br />The Internet works a lot like a postal or parcel<br />Delivery system, except it is much, much faster.<br />
  6. 6. INTERNET<br />
  7. 7. The Internet is the large group of millions of computers around the world that are all connected to one another. When you log on to the Internet you are given access to many of the other computers that are connected around the world.Once you are connected to the Internet you are able to do many things. You can send and receive e-mails.You can chat with text or voice.You can browse the World Wide Web.You can perform countless other tasks with the appropriate software.<br />
  8. 8. Internet Service Provider (ISP) by Modem<br />Internet Ready Cable<br />Digital Subscriber line (DSL)<br />Simply turning on your computer which is on a network at work or school connected to the Internet.<br />Ways to Connect to the INTERNET<br />
  9. 9. INTERNET USERS<br />
  10. 10. Email<br />Information<br />Services<br />Buy or Sell Products<br />Communities<br />Searching Jobs<br />Entertainment<br />Online Education<br />Advantages of the Internet<br />
  11. 11. Viruses<br />Security Problems<br />Immorality<br />Filtration of Information<br />Accuracy of Information<br />Wastage of Times<br />English Language Problems<br />Disadvantages of the Internet<br />
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  13. 13. Necessity of the Internet<br />Internet skills are important for employment, quality of life.<br />Our students need to master Internet skills no matter what their field or profession.<br />Like reading, writing, or mathematics, internet skills need to be applied across the curriculum.<br />Internet skills are best learned through practice in many different areas.<br />Internet technology must be integrated into the structure of the course.<br />The best assignments brings the fruits of internet use into the classroom.<br />
  14. 14. Designing Internet Projects <br />Be aware of what tools are available and of how others have employed these in teaching; the tools and examples we are looking at today will get you started.<br />Find out what kinds of resources relevant to your discipline and course topic are already on the web. <br />Think about how these tools and resources would enable you and your students to do something new, or to do something old in a new and better way, or to do something in a way that would be more interesting and engaging to the students (and to you!). <br />As you begin to design one or more internet projects, draft learning goals for these assignments that are directly related to the objectives of your course; this will ensure that the projects are integral to the course. <br />It is especially important that your students understand why they are doing these assignments and how they fit into the course as a whole. <br />Make sure that your students understand how to use the tools you are asking them to employ. <br />Outcomes assessment is particularly important to find out if the new types of assignments are accomplishing their aims; also, graded assessment will convince the students that these assignments are essential parts of the course.<br />
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  16. 16. THE END<br />

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