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The Evolution of Traditional to New Media - Media and Information Literacy (MIL)

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Evolution of Traditional to New Media

4 Ages of Media:
- Pre-Industrial Age
- Industrial Age
- Electronic Age
- New / Information Age

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The Evolution of Traditional to New Media - Media and Information Literacy (MIL)

  1. 1. THE EVOLUTION OF TRADITIONAL TO NEW MEDIA
  2. 2. EVOLUTION OF MEDIA •PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE •INDUSTRIAL AGE •ELECTRONIC AGE •NEW / INFORMATION AGE
  3. 3. PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE (BEFORE 1700) •People discovered fire, developed paper from plants, and forged weapons and tools with stone, bronze, copper and iron
  4. 4. PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE (BEFORE 1700) Example Forms of Media: • Cave paintings (35,000 BC) • Clay tablets in Mesopotamia (2400 BC) • Papyrus in Egypt (2500 BC) • Acta Diurna in Rome (130 BC) • Dibao in China (2nd Century) • Codex in Mayan region (5th Century) • Printing press using wood blocks (220 AD)
  5. 5. PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE (BEFORE 1700) ACTA DIURNA IN ROME 130 BC
  6. 6. PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE (BEFORE 1700) CAVE PAINTINGS 35,000 BC
  7. 7. PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE (BEFORE 1700) CLAY TABLETS IN MESOPOTAMIA 2400 BC
  8. 8. PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE (BEFORE 1700) PAPYRUS IN EGYPT 2500 BC
  9. 9. PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE (BEFORE 1700) C ODEX IN MAYAN REGION
  10. 10. PRE-INDUSTRIAL AGE (BEFORE 1700) PRINTING PRESS USING WOOD BLOCKS
  11. 11. INDUSTRIAL AGE (1700S TO 1930S) •People used the power of steam, developed machine tools, established iron production, and the manufacturing of various products (including books through the printing press)
  12. 12. INDUSTRIAL AGE (1700S TO 1930S) Example Forms of Media: • Printing press for mass production (1900) • Newspaper- The London Gazette (1740) • Typewriter (1800) • Telephone (1876) • Motion picture photography/projection (1890) • Commercial motion pictures (1913) • Motion picture with sound (1926) • Telegraph • Punch cards
  13. 13. INDUSTRIAL AGE (1700S TO 1930S) TELEGRAPH
  14. 14. INDUSTRIAL AGE (1700S TO 1930S) TELEPHONE 1876
  15. 15. INDUSTRIAL AGE (1700S TO 1930S) TYPEWRITER 1800
  16. 16. INDUSTRIAL AGE (1700S TO 1930S) PRINTING PRESS FOR MASS PRODUCTION
  17. 17. INDUSTRIAL AGE (1700S TO 1930S) MOTION PICTURES 1900S
  18. 18. ELECTRONIC AGE (1930S TO 1980S) •The invention of the transistor ushered in the electronic age. People harnessed the power of transistors that led to the transistor radio, electronic circuits, and the early computers. In this age, long distance communication became more efficient.
  19. 19. ELECTRONIC AGE (1930S TO 1980S) Example Forms of Media: • Transistor Radio • Television (1941) • Large electronic computers • Mainframe computers - i.e. IBM 704 (1960) • OHP, LCD projectors
  20. 20. ELECTRONIC AGE (1930S TO 1980S) TRANSISTOR RADIO
  21. 21. ELECTRONIC AGE (1930S TO 1980S) TELEVISION 1941
  22. 22. ELECTRONIC AGE (1930S TO 1980S) MAINFRAME COMPUTER LARGE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
  23. 23. ELECTRONIC AGE (1930S TO 1980S) APPLE 1 COMPUTER
  24. 24. ELECTRONIC AGE (1930S TO 1980S) APPLE 2 COMPUTER
  25. 25. NEW/ INFORMATION AGE (1900S TO 2000S) • The Internet paved the way for faster communication and the creation of the social network. People advanced the use of microelectronics with the invention of personal computers, mobile devices, and wearable technology. Moreover, voice, image, sound and data are digitalized. We are now living in the information age.
  26. 26. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) • Web browsers: Mosaic (1993), Internet Explorer (1995) • Blogs: Blogspot (1999), Wordpress (2003) • Social networks: Friendster (2002), Multiply (2003), FB (2004), Instagram • Microblogs: Twitter (2006), Tumblr (2007) • Video: YouTube (2005)
  27. 27. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) • Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality • Video chat: Skype (2003 • Search Engines: Google (1996), Yahoo (1995) • Portable computers- laptops (1980), netbooks (2008), tablets (1993) • Smart phones • Wearable technology • Cloud and Big Data
  28. 28. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) PORTABLE LAPTOP 1980
  29. 29. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) TABLET 1993
  30. 30. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) FRIENDSTER 2002
  31. 31. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) MULTIPLY 2003
  32. 32. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) MOSAIC 1993
  33. 33. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) INTERNET EXPLORER
  34. 34. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) SKYPE 2003
  35. 35. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) GOOGLE 1997
  36. 36. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) TWITTER 2007
  37. 37. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) THEFACEBOOK 2004
  38. 38. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) SMART PHONES
  39. 39. NEW AGE (1900S TO 2000S) WEARABLE TECHNOLOGIE
  40. 40. END THANK YOU!

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