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    Form 1   Term 1  Week 12.2 Form 1 Term 1 Week 12.2 Presentation Transcript

    • INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY Term 1~ Week 12.2 Specific Objective ~ 2.2.2 Specific Objective ~ 2.2.3
    • OBJECTIVES
      • Give three (3) differences between Open Source and Proprietary Software.
      • Name four (4) different types of application software and their appropriate use.
    • REVIEW THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SOFTWARE PACKAGES DIFFERENCE BETWEEN: SYSTEM SOFTWARE APPLICATION SOFTWARE USER DATA
    •  
    • OPEN SOURCE vs. PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE
    • IS THE VALUE THE SAME? ? ?
    • PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE
      • Non-free software or closed-source.
      • Has restrictions on using, copying and modifying as enforced by the developer.
      • Proprietary software costs money, if you don't pay the develop of the software royalties you are stealing their work.
    • EXAMPLES OF PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE
      • Microsoft Office
      • Microsoft Windows
      • Apple iTunes
      • Apple iPhoto
      • Corel Draw
      • Adobe Photoshop
    • OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE
      • Free software to the general public.
      • Has no restrictions on using, copying and modifying, you can do as you like.
      • Open source culture is one where decisions are shared during development and made generally available to all.
    • EXAMPLES OF OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE
      • OPEN OFFICE ORG
      • INK SCAPE
      • GIMP
      • FIREFOX
      • WIKIPEDIA
    • OPEN SOURCE vs. PROPRIEYARY SOFTWARE
    • OPEN SOURCE vs. PROPRIEYARY SOFTWARE
      • Open source and proprietary software is available for both the system software and application software.
    • APPLICATION SOFTWARE BASIC INTRODUCTION
    • APPLICATION SOFTWARE EXAMPLES 1 OF 4
      • Games – Recreational programs that can be both fun and have educational value.
      • Desktop Publishing – Used when creating a big book, magazine, newspaper or any complex document that you intend to print on paper.
    • APPLICATION SOFTWARE EXAMPLES 2 OF 4
      • Web Browser - An application that allows a user to view web pages.
      • Web Authoring – The main tool that is required to create a website.
      • Graphics – Applications that are used to create, capture and modify images, pictures, logos, etc.
    • APPLICATION SOFTWARE EXAMPLES 3 OF 4
      • Word Processing – Document creation for the purpose of printing onto paper.
      • Spreadsheets – An electronic ledger for performing math and other numerical functions.
      • Database – Storing, sorting and retrieving large amount of data
    • APPLICATION SOFTWARE EXAMPLES 4 OF 4
      • Presentation – Used when presenting information in a number of attractive format, such as the lesson notes you see in class.
      • Educational – Used to support or replace traditional class room teaching, used in conjunction with eLearning.
    • APPLICATION SOFTWARE DETAILED INTRODUCTION
    • WORD PROCESSING
      • A word processor (more formally known as document preparation system) is a computer application used for the production (including composition, editing, formatting, and possibly printing) of any sort of printable material.
    • WORD PROCESSOR EXAMPLES
      • MS Word 2007
      • MS Word 2003
      • MS Word 2000
      • WordPerfect
      • OpenOffice.org Writer
      • KWord
      • Google Docs
    •  
    • PRESENTATION
      • A presentation program is a computer software package used to display information, normally in the form of a slide show. It typically includes three major functions: an editor that allows text to be inserted and formatted, a method for inserting and manipulating graphic images and a slide-show system to display the content.
    • PRESENTATION SOFTWARE EXAMPLES
      • Microsoft PowerPoint
      • OpenOffice.org Impress
      • Apple's Keynote
    •  
    • SPREADSHEET
      • A spreadsheet is a used to calculate data (numbers/text) into information. Such as grades, attendance, costs, profit.
      • They look like a table (or grid) of information, arranged in columns and rows.
    • SPREADSHEET EXAMPLES
      • MS Excel 2007
      • MS Excel 2003
      • MS Excel 2000
      • Lotus 123
      • OoO Calc
      • Google Docs
    •  
    • WEB BROWSER
      • An application that enables a user to display and interact with text, images, videos, music and other information located on the World Wide Web.
      • Web browsers allow a user to quickly and easily access information provided on many Web pages at many websites
      • Web browsers display the designed HTML from a web authorizing software.
    • WEB BROWSER EXAMPLES
      • MS Internet Explorer
      • Mozilla Firefox
      • Apple Safari
      • Opera
      • Netscape.
    •  
    • CLASSWORK
    • CLASS WORK
      • Name three (3) differences and similarities between Open Source and Proprietary Software.
      • Discuss and debate which application software they believe to be the most important and explain why.
    • QUESTIONS