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‘hanging out the dirty linen’ to delve into the ethics of IT’s role in society.

You are not a Gadget, by Jaron Lanier is an analysation of how humans ultimately interact with and study technology, and how we as humans are impacted by the way that we interact with the technology. In the last half of the book, Lanier revisits the claims he had previously discussed in the earlier chapters of […]

Digital Natives, Digital Imigrants

Link to Picture: http://mcneilfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/digital-natives-copy.jpg In the article Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants, by Marc Prensky, the main arguments or points that he makes, are that there are Digital Natives, who have grown up with modern technology and who are very familiar with it, and there are Digital Immigrants, who have been introduced to modern technology over the […]

The Shallows by Nicholas Carr

Summer was going very well until I remembered that I had to read this novel. After reading my first post about this novel, Mr. Perkins was not pleased. He wants positive feedbacks and wants to know what the novel is actually about. However, some of the things I wrote in that post are relevant when […]

There are two parts to this question. The first one being that there is a positive side and the other one being the negative side. The positive stated in the article were that because of technology, students can access many of the information needed online. However, it also goes on to talk about how children, […]

I will be giving a review on Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants by Mark Prensky. The article starts off by talking about the change in students and their way of learning. Digital Natives, being the younger generation students, means students today are all ‘native speakers of the digital language’ of technology. The article goes on to […]

                      In Digital Natives, Digital immigrants By: Marc Prensky, He has many good points about how technology has changed and how kids are learning.  He points out that since technology has evolved since teachers were kids and when they were in school, then now the new […]

Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants.

The idea was that a Digital Native is used to describe a person born into technology, e,g: 1990 onwards. Those who were around for the introduction of 3d games, the switch between dialup and broadband and so on and so forth. A Digital Immigrant, however, is used to describe somebody who did not grow up […]

Think of a day before the Internet, television, telephone, radio, telegram and postal services. How did humans communicate with each other? Of course, they talked to each other in person; it was the only solution to relaying messages. As technology has progressed, we now have the sufficient tools to communicate with somebody out of reach. […]

Image via CrunchBase The next portfolio i want to write about is based off an article by Gigaom and is about getting Ivy League education through the same coursework on the internet via P2P Networking. The exact question posed in the article is “Why do students plunk down $150,000 for a 4-year education at MIT […]

vs BBC News – TECH Bar Codes have been a simple, successful in the world of digital identification and have become commonly implemented into an incredibly cheap and easy to use systematic experience. They are used for in shipping, warehousing, and most obviously on retail shopping, providing a quick and more efficient flow of getting […]

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