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Computers as information and communication technology

  1. 1. Computers as Information and Communication Technology Junarie B. Ramirez BSED-2 Math
  2. 2. Uses of the Computer as ICT in Education Communication Media The PC Audiovisual Media (Multimedia) Text, sound, graphics, chart (Internet) photos E-mail (text and video) Power-point presentation Chat rooms CD, VCD, DVD player Blog sites CDVCD, DVD player News services (print, video clip) Music/movie/television room
  3. 3. Uses of the Computer as ICT in Education Communication Media The PC (Internet) E-mail (text and video) Chat rooms Blog sites News services (print, video clip) Music/movie/television room Audiovisual Media (Internet) Educational Websites Softwares, coursewares School registration/records Accounting
  4. 4. The Personal Computer (PC) as ICT • Until the nineties, it was still possible to distinguish between instructional media and the educational communication media. • Instructional media consist of audio-visual aids. • On the other hand, educational communication media comprise the media of communication to audiences including learners.
  5. 5. The Personal Computer (PC) as ICT • Close to the turn of the 21st century, however such a distinction merged owing to the advent of the microprocessor or PC. • This is due to the fact that the PC user at home, office, and school has before him a tool for both audio-visual creations and media communication.
  6. 6. To illustrate, let’s examine the programs (capabilities) normally installed in an ordinary modern PC • Microsoft Office – program for composing text, graphics, photos into letters, articles, reports, etc. • Power-point – for preparing lecture presentations • Excel – for spreadsheets and similar graphic sheets • Internet Explorer – access to the internet
  7. 7. To illustrate, let’s examine the programs (capabilities) normally installed in an ordinary modern PC • Yahoo or Google – websites; e-mail, chat rooms, blog sites, news service, educational softwares, etc. • Adobe Reader – graphs/photo composition and editing • MSN – mail/chat messaging • Windows media player – CD, VCD player
  8. 8. To illustrate, let’s examine the programs (capabilities) normally installed in an ordinary modern PC • Cyberlink power – DVD player • Windows media player – editing film/video • GameHouse – video games
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