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Communication Tools

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  • 1. Communication Tools Prof.S.G.Isave, Tilak College of Education, Pune-India
  • 2. Be Aware !
    • Nothing 100% secure on internet.
    • Read all messages shown on a screen.
    • Look care the structure and all the elements of a present window.
    • Don’t trust without varification.
  • 3. Key words
    • Log on – just for viewing a material e.g. web site
    • Log in – to open an existing a/c which is used to social networking or sharing sites like blog, community, publishing / uploading material, gaming, downloading etc. (web 2.0)
    • Sign in – to enter in existing personal a/c i.e. e-mail, bank a/c, internet a/c etc.
    • Sign up – creating a/c on any site.
  • 4. e-mail
    • Electronic mail through computer network.
    • Essential for using other facilities i.e. blog, chat, social networking, uploading etc.
    • Id card of nettizenship.
    • Useful for formal and informal communication.
    • It is like sms service of mobile.
  • 5. e-mail
    • An e-mail can be sent to more than one receiver .i.e. to, c.c., b.c.c.
    • Any type of file can be attached like doc, ppt, pdf, xls, photo etc.
    • File size limit is depends on host site. Generally it is 25 MB.
    • Inbox limit also varies from host to host.
    • Generally it is more than 500MB.
  • 6. e-mail
    • E-mail can reach within seconds also. If not delivered after many attempts feedback provided by host to sender.
    • Future mail can be sent.
    • e-mail Ids along with name mob. And other details, can be saved in contacts; like mobile phone.
    • Outbox, draft, delete, calendar, planners, connecting links to some site; e.g. Google, Face book, Orkut, invite a friend for chat.
  • 7. e-mail
    • Authentication – username and password.
    • username@host website e.g. [email_address] , [email_address]
    • Don’t save username and password on machine or anywhere.
    • Avoid password that can be identified.
    • If possible, don’t use on shared computers.
    • Read mail carefully and take proper action.
    • Be aware from fake mail e.g. Nigerian fraud, virus, hackers, fishers etc.
  • 8. Chat
  • 9. Chat
    • Communication through visuals.
    • Text, numbers, smilies, symbols can be used.
    • Dialogue box where message to be written is called chat room.
    • Chatting requires chatting software like Google talk, Yahoo messenger, msn messenger, Skype etc.
    • Some web sites provide chat room e.g. social networking, Professional sites for chat expert-customers chat.
  • 10. Chat
    • a/c on a site is essential.
    • Most of time chat is provided by e-mail host itself.
    • It is a real time activity.
    • Sender and receivers should online on same time.
    • One to one and one to many is possible.
    • Simply it is talking by typing.
    • Useful to share views, informal conversation.
  • 11. Chat
    • Short language is used e.g. – bcz, thanx, 2de, d, s, u, r.
    • It is a short time talk.
    • Minimum time, minimum words and maximum communication.
    • Can have chat with never seen person.
  • 12. Educational Uses
    • For communication amongst all stakeholder of education system.
    administrator teacher parents student
  • 13. Thank you for giving your time!

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