with the help of the internet and other networking mediums. People all over the world desire to share information and resources amongst themselves and therefore require a network (i.e. public or private) as a means that ensures confidentiality, integrity, availability, reliability etc., which is cheap, easy, fast and secure. The file sharing system of Ghana Technology University College is tailored for use between selected staff personnel of the school. Other file sharing systems created for
the personal email. It allows the participants to construct profile in the sites. In addition, it also attracts the researches to help them in their study. It establishes the relationship between millions of people, friends and family through the online applications; they can share a lot of data, ideas, videos, images, messages and comments. It can be used with the laptop or mobile tablet and others. This social network issued in the past years and has the advantage of making many friends, groups
about a given issue, but also how much importance to attach to that issue from the amount of information in a news story and its position. In reflecting what candidates are saying during a campaign, the mass media may well determine the important issues—that is, the media may set the “agenda” of the campaign”. The Agenda Setting Theory comes from scientific perspective, because it predicts that if people are exposed to the same media, they will place importance on the same issues. This theory is
example leadership area, creative area, dealing with data area and so on. I would consider the transferable skills belongs to working with people area would be my strongest skills, since I left home at age 16, I went to New Zealand for studying High School, I have met a lot of people from different countries. All of us are faraway from our home, I have the ability of help others when they are in a difficult situation, we supported each other when we had setbacks. While I was in New Zealand, I had a
Report on Despite massive technical progress, social progress is unable to keep up Submitted to Mr. S. Gill School of Mathematics and Computer Sciences Name : Akshay Dipakkumar Bhadra ID : H00172257 Course Information : B.Sc. Computer Systems Module Information : Praxis (F27PX) 2013-2014 Lecturer’s Name : Mr. S.Gill Date : 2nd August 2014, Saturday The following report examines the cause for lack of acceptability for varying views in society despite the growth in means of spreading
According to Guest Blogger, 2012, there are many negative effects of social media for people mostly for student. Young people such as students, teenagers or even a children are the most common users of social media sites in the world. They don’t have enough knowledge for using social media site and they don’t know yet the full side effects of using social media afterwards. They easily get attracted to kill boredom in their study time and easily manipulated their attention because of its aspects.
Cyber Wellness done in 2013 showed that 1 in 3 of the 3000 secondary students surveyed admitted to having been bullied online. (Baig, 2014) A study by Microsoft also sees Singapore coming in second for the highest rates of cyber-bullying globally. But what really urged me to focus on this topic was the recent bullying case in the news involving a student from Shuqun Secondary School as stated in article . The student was clearly physically bullied by his classmates in the video and he simply allowed
evident in developed nations; however, educational institutions in developing countries are trying out various means of implementing ICT for teaching and learning, despite the economic challenges. This phenomenon can be attributed to the notable importance of these technologies in fast-tracking the process of teaching and learning. Adewale et al (2012) aver that the global use of technology for teaching and learning presents a number of benefits, which include “learning program flexibility, increased
Internet use, and online shopping habits influence people’s attitudes and perceptions toward online purchasing. Based on the online survey data collected from Facebook users, it was found that consumers with study abroad experiences place less emphasis on the disadvantage of not being able to immediately evaluate the equality of online purchases. With the same regard to disadvantages of online shopping, experienced consumers are more concerned with the risk
and their peers to share information and ideas that can be used in the facilitation of teaching and learning process. Examples of this are blogs, wikis and media used for audio, photo and text. Facebook is also included in example; it is used as networking platforms and sharing tools (Kristen Tarantino, Jessica McDonough & Ma Hua, 2013).