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History of Communication

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  • 1. Schools and Online Communication
  • 2. Past v. Present
    • In 1994 only 35% of schools had internet access.
    • Today more than 90% of schools have internet access.
  • 3. Next… Next… Next… Next… And finally… First… History of Communication
  • 4. Distance Learning Resources Podcast & MP3 Recording DVD recording Video Conferences Instructional Videos CD Recording Online Communication Webcasting
  • 5. Online Communication DVD recording CD recording Podcasting Video Conferences
  • 6. Online Audience
    • Students
    Parents Residents Taxpayers Staff and Teachers
  • 7. Online Communication Web Pages
  • 8. Effective Web Pages
    • Design – How the web pages appears on various types of computers.
    • Navigation – How it helps users find information.
    • Content – Information and data that is made available.
    • Writing – methods used to convey important information and data.
    • Other factor include innovation, technology, copywriting, and ease of use.
  • 9. Evaluating Websites
    • Usefulness of content.
    • Clarity of design.
    • Frequency of updates.
    • Ease of navigation.
    • Adherence school web policies.
    • Links to other district information and web services.
  • 10. Policies on Content
    • Many school districts enforce guidelines and policies to govern the use of online information to protect students’ safety and privacy.
    • The district prevents the use of student information on web sites unless authorized by the district.
    • The district also provides protection for their employees by providing email accounts.
  • 11. References
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcast
    • http://www.agcommsvs.ca.uky.edu/videoconferencing/
    • http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10551&storeId=10151&langId=-1&XID=O:slvd281p%2Fbstock:dg_ggldf&productId=8198552921665287053
    • http://www.constantcontact.com/email-marketing/html-email-templates/email-newsletter.jsp
    • http://www.academicwebpages.com/
    • http://cgi.ebay.com/Coast-guard-radio-telegraph-typewriter-antique-photo_W0QQitemZ380221153757QQcmdZViewItemQQptZArt_Photo_Images?hash=item5886f261dd
    • http://www.office.microsoft.com
    • www.images.search.yahoo.com