I.T. - GEC0113: Information Technology in Education Kam Fai...

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Unformatted text preview: GEC0113: Information Technology in Education Kam Fai Wong Chung Chi College Department of SE&EM (kfwong@se.cuhk.edu.hk) Presentation Outline Part I: Introduction to I.T. for Education Part II: The Internet for Education Part III: Computer Ethics in Education Part IV: C.C. Computing Facilities Part V: Conclusion What is Information Technology? Information [Webster Dictionary] a)the communication or reception of knowledge or intelligence b)knowledge obtained from investigation, study or instruction What is Information Technology? (Cont.) Technology [Webster Dictionary] scientific methods for achieving a practical purpose What is Information Technology? (Cont.) Information Technology a) scientific means of communication or reception of knowledge or intelligence b) a scientific means to facilitate knowledge acquisition What can we do with/to Information? We can get, send, receive, store, retrieve, search, find, collect, pass, process, etc. information. I.T. is the science, processes and environment to facilitate the above. The Information Pyramid Knowledge (trends) Information (patterns) Data (facts) Semantic Complexity The Management Pyramid Executives Managers Workers Knowledgeable Education and the Info. Pyramid Learning Knowledge (trends) Information (patterns) Data (facts) Scholars Experts Laymen Technology for Information Processing Output Input Information or knowledge Information or knowledge Data e.g. Satellite e.g. computer e.g. telephones Sample of Technologies for Information (Cont.) Carriers multi-media, e.g. text, image, audio, video, etc. Storage main memory, hard disks, floppy disks, CD ROM, etc. Transmission local area networks, wide area networks, Internet, GSM, G3, TV networks, (modems), etc. Operation computers, mobile phones, televisions, radio, pagers, Web TV, etc. I. T. for Education Presentation (written and oral) Archival Exchange Information processing Resource/information sharing Administration (e.g. smart card) etc. (see later) Example: Benefits of Computer Networks in Education Today, HKSAR government promote computer networks in local schools and all networks are...
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