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  • 1. NOW WHAT? Now I have my Computer System
  • 2. Glamorized Typewriter In the Philippines, we have one of the highest number of unrecognized Microsoft Certified Computer Professionals.
  • 3. •Photo Manipulation – along with  Microsoft Office our school system  prides itself of being to be able to teach  photo shop to its students.
  • 4. •Play Games – most of  the time this is the  primary reason why  people buy computer  units, they want to play  games in their computer,  he should have bought a  Wii instead it would be a  much better experience  for him.
  • 5. Computers of today should be considered only as mere terminals of a much bigger world of computing which is the internet
  • 6. Ok now What could I do online?
  • 7. One the Primary skill needed by any ICT practitioner is the proper use of a Search Engine. It is a key map on how to get information from the various resources available in the internet.
  • 8. •Send Email – electronic letters
  • 9. 1. Be concise and to the point. 2. Answer all questions, and pre-empt further questions. 3. Use proper spelling, grammar & punctuation. 4. Make it personal. 5. Use templates for frequently used responses. 6. Answer swiftly. 7. Do not attach unnecessary files. 8. Use proper structure & layout. 9. Do not overuse the high priority option. 10. Do not write in CAPITALS. 11. Don't leave out the message thread. 12. Add disclaimers to your emails. 13. Read the email before you send it. 14. Do not overuse Reply to All. 15. Mailings > use the Bcc: field or do a mail merge.
  • 10. 16. Take care with abbreviations and emoticons. 17. Be careful with formatting. 18. Take care with rich text and HTML messages. 19. Do not forward chain letters. 20. Do not request delivery and read receipts. 21. Do not ask to recall a message. 22. Do not copy a message or attachment without permission. 23. Do not use email to discuss confidential information. 24. Use a meaningful subject. 25. Use active instead of passive. 26. Avoid using URGENT and IMPORTANT. 27. Avoid long sentences.! 28. Don't send or forward emails containing libelous, defamatory, offensive, racist or obscene remarks. 29. Don't forward virus hoaxes and chain letters. 30. Keep your language gender neutral. 31. Don't reply to spam. 32. Use cc: field sparingly.
  • 11. Instant messaging (IM) is a form of real­time  communication between two or more people  based on typed text. The text is conveyed via  computers connected over a network such as  the Internet.
  • 12. EFFECTIVE USE OF INSTANT MESSAGING •Keep your conversations brief and to the point. •Restrict children’s use of IM  only to their immediate  friends. •Don’t provide personal information to people that you  don’t know •Allow only people you know have access to your  webcam. •Avoid using ALL CAPS in your conversations •Avoid as much as possible in using abbreviations •Use emoticons to make your conversations more  personal •Use your status sign to tell people if you are available for  a conversation or away from your computer.
  • 13. SOCIAL NETWORKING A social network is a social structure made of nodes (which are  generally individuals or organizations) that are tied by one or  more specific types of interdependency, such as values,  visions, ideas, financial exchange, friendship, kinship, dislike,  conflict or trade. The resulting graph­based structures are often  very complex.
  • 14. TIPS ABOUT SOCIAL NETWORKING •Think about how different sites work before deciding to join a site •Think about keeping some control over the information you post. •Keep your information to yourself. •Make sure your screen name doesn’t say too much about you •Post only information that you are comfortable with others seeing  — and knowing — about you. •Remember that once you post information online, you can’t take it  back. •Consider not posting your photo •Flirting with strangers online could have serious consequences •Be wary if a new online friend wants to meet you in person. •Trust your gut if you have suspicions. 
  • 15. UPLOAD PHOTOS
  • 16. PERSONAL WEBSITE
  • 17. WATCH VIDEO ONLINE
  • 18. BLOG Web LOG is  BLOGS a journal kept on  the internet. This  journal is often  updated daily and  contains all  information that the  person maintaining  the BLOG (Blogger)  wishes to share  with the world. Also  applies to websites  dedicated to a  particular topic and  being updated with  the latest news,  views and trends.
  • 19. ECOMMERCE
  • 20. RECEIVED AND SEND PAYMENTS
  • 21. ON LINE BANKING
  • 22. ONLINE OFFICE
  • 23. VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL (VOIP)