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Communication and Information Technology

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Communication and Information Technology

  1. 1. Communication and Information Technology Presentation created by: Crystal Kelley
  2. 2. The Internet ▪ The Internet is a worldwide telecommunications system that provides connectivity for millions of other, smaller networks, and allows computer users to communicate with each other across the world. ▪ The Internet began in 1969 as the U.S Department of Defense’s Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA) What is the Internet?
  3. 3. Browsers Browsers are what we use to access theWeb.You are probably most familiar with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer.The browser allows your computer to read and displayWeb documents. Browsers also take Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and translate it to the content seen on the webpage opened on your browser.
  4. 4. Search Engines ▪ Search engines are a great tool for researching information on the web with just a few clicks. ▪ You can search for something as simple as “What are the 3 primary colors?” to something more difficult to find such as “Crime statistics for Paris,Texas in 2009” ▪ Using search engines is a quicker and easier alternative to calling around or searching a library to find information. ▪ Search engines such as Google, Bing andYahoo and some of the most popular.
  5. 5. Domain Names ▪ Domain names help us identify what type of information a website will have in regards to content and validity. For example, if a website ends with .gov, you would more likely trust that site for facts about a government organization rather than a .com page made by a third party.
  6. 6. Social Media Social Media is described as a collection of online tools and platforms that cultivate social community, interaction and discussion. Social media can be used to communicate with friends and family, blog, exchange media, share information and promote products and ideas.
  7. 7. Examples of Popular Social Media Social networking: Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ Micro-blogs: Twitter, Tumblr Blogs: WordPress, Blogger, Web.com Photo and Video sharing: Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube Location-based Social Networking: Foursquare, Yelp
  8. 8. Asynchronous and Synchronous Communication Asynchronous Communication: AIM Chat Google Chat & Skype. This type of communication requires all participates to be present at the same time while using the communication due to the intention that the conversation or interaction is meant to be live in real time. Synchronous Communication: Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, &Tumblr This type of communication does not require all participants to be present at the same time, such asTumblr, act as a place to share and communicate information but can be read or seen by the other party at a later time, just like email or text messaging.
  9. 9. Google documents, for example is a wonderful way to communicate with others whether or not they are online or not. It is very useful in letting different members of a collaborating group be able to access a live, editable document to keep all members up to date on the content and progress without having to email back and forth and leaves little room for confusion. Collaboration Tools
  10. 10. Microsoft Word Microsoft Word is a word processor that allows us to type and format text. It has a wide variety of tools and settings that let you customize your documents in ways that will allow you to make your final product unique or as formal as you wish, and ready to print.
  11. 11. Adding Graphics To add a graphic to a work document, simply follow these simple steps: 1.. Go to the “InsertTab” 2. Click on the “Pictures” Icon 3. Select the photo from your computer that you would like to input into your document.
  12. 12. Synonyms Are you writing a paper and need a word a little more original than “happy” or “confused”? Word can help!You find synonyms to improve the quality of your projects. You simply right click on the word you want to change and select “Synonyms” and you will automatically be provided with other words that you could put in place of words that may be too common or overused.
  13. 13. AutoCorrect AutoCorrect is another useful tool that is embedded into Microsoft Word that helps us identify grammar mistakes that we may not notice at first. Using this feature will highlight any misspelled words or punctuation errors.
  14. 14. Computer-Mediated Communication Computer-Mediated Communication can be synchronous or asynchronous so both email and programs that offer video teleconferencing would be examples. Which type of computer-mediated communication you would want to use would depend on what kind of discussion you want to have, since each have their own strengths and weaknesses.
  15. 15. Online Dilemmas The down-side to these types of communication are due to online communication and potential security flaws that can infect our devices with viruses and harmful spam.This information can sometimes come in formats that appear harmless until you open the file or email and realize it was a hoax.This is why chain letters, and opening emails from unfamiliar emails is extremely important. Cyber Security should always be taken seriously to avoid consequences such as getting scammed, giving someone access to personal information, or running into the risk of identity theft.
  16. 16. Be A Good Neitzan What is a Neitzan? It is someone who spends hours on the internet and uses it as a primary communication tool. The word is associated with the word “Netiquette” which is the internets version of “etiquette”
  17. 17. Hoax vs. Urban Legend vs. Rumor vs. Junk Hoax – A messages that includes false, deliberately deceptive information. Urban Legend – A Popularly believed narrative which is usually false. Rumor – can take the form of a personal anecdote, whether it is true, false or in-between. Junk – Content such as advertisement windows that pop-up or messages that are received when lists sign you up for email notifications.
  18. 18. Tips for Effective Communication - Keep Paragraphs and messages short and to the point. - Never share your e-mail ID or passwords to anyone - Do not use all capitalized letters or it will look like you are shouting. - Never send chain letters or spam to others - Be careful when using sarcasm or humor – the lack of facial expressions and tone of voice isn’t present through e-mail and could be interpreted in a negative way.
  19. 19. Lurking Lurking refers to when you join a list, or a blog and want to monitor the site, or particular blog before you decide to become a member or it or join in on the conversation. It is helpful to do this in preparation a few days before you may be required to participate in a particular forum or discussion, or simply wish to lurk a commercial page to make sure you are drawn to the content.
  20. 20. Chat Rooms Chat rooms are easily accessible and most of them are free to join. Like e-mail, chat rooms are included in the family of online social networking but include real-time human interaction.They can be used to virtually get together with friends or chat with strangers about debates, common interests, advice or politics. Chat rooms have played a big role in the evolution of interpersonal communication.Although they are still popular today, they were at their peak in the late 90’s before texting was the norm. Chat rooms are mostly used now for group meetings or for technical support but will always be a quick and easy way to communicate online.
  21. 21. Commonly Used Abbreviations UG2BK You got to be kidding GBTW Get back to work NMP Not my problem PIR Parent in room GFTD Gone for the day FYEO For your eyes only BI5 Back in five minutes DEGT Don’t even go there BIL Boss is listening PAW Parents are watching 99 Parents are no longer watching PCM Please call me
  22. 22. Drawing Shapes In PowerPoint Drawing shapes in PowerPoint is just one of the many customizable features. Simply find the ‘Drawing’ tab at the top navigation and choose a shape. See examples to the right!
  23. 23. Changing Layouts To change your slide layout: - On the top navigation select “Layout” - Select the style that best suits what type of content you intend to put in the slide. For example, if you wanted to add photos to your slide you would select a layout that has content or picture in the description.
  24. 24. Presentation Views In PowerPoint there are 3 screen layouts available to you as you complete you Slide Show. 1. Normal – is usually used to work on all the slides. Left side displays all of the slides, in order, and the right side displays the selected slide. 2. Slide Sorter – shows all of the slides in order of their appearance.You can move or delete slides in this view. 3. Note PageView – notes can be added to each slide to assist the presenter of the presentation, but notes wont be seen by the audience.
  25. 25. Editing Text There are many editing options that will allow you to make the text in your presentation unique. Font – Choose from a large selection of fonts from the dropdown list. Here you will find many different styles, ranging from cursive, gothic, professional and fun.You can also choose a font size in this area. Text color – For certain presentations using varieties of font colors will be necessary.You can do this by simply picking a color from the “A” dropdown, or useWordArt by selecting the ‘Insert’ tab
  26. 26. Good Design Tips - Adding visuals to the presentation, such as pictures, animations, and charts when necessary. - Using a theme. Being sure not to use a different theme on each slide, to maintain consistency. - Using hyperlinks to make it easy to access websites that are included in your presentation if viewed online - Use upper and lowercase letters - One idea per slide - Use bullets to precede listed items
  27. 27. EXAMPLE OF A BAD SLIDE! POWERPOINT IS ATOOL THATYOU CAN USETO MAKE PRESENTATIONS AT WORK. OKYALL!!!

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