LIVI LIVING IN THE IT ERA(LITE) 2ND SEMESTER ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021 Prepared by: RONA M. PUNZALAN InstructorLITE-LIVING IN THE IT ERA LITE- Living in the Information Technology Era Course Introduction Living in the Information Age will examine communication and information technologies withparticular emphasis on the Internet and its components and in particular how they are used bythe Millennial Generation. The goal of the course is to understand how the communication andinformation technologies evolve and the cultural, economic, political and social implications ofsuch technologies for society. The course will also discuss how individuals, media organizationsand corporations employ the Internet for their benefit.
WORKING WITH THROUGH THE COURSEYou are required to spend a lot of time and commitment to studying the course material, including thereferences. The content of this self-instructional material is comprehensive, well-illustrated and thus,easy to read. You are also advised to avail yourself of the opportunity of the tutorial sessions at thegroup chat where you will benefit from clarifications from your course facilitators, and the interactionwith your colleagues. COURSE MATERIALS: You will be provided with the following materials: A. A Course Guide B. Study Units Reference: Living in the Information Technology Era By: Ronina R. Caoili-Tayuan Mia V. Eleazar Bosamia, M. P. (2013, December). Researchgate. Retrieved from o f_Information_and_Communication_Technology_in_our_Everyday_Life Senanayake), A. (2015, May 22). shareslide.net. Retrieved from communication-technology ASSESSMENT There are three aspects to the assessment for this course. The first is the AssessmentExercises/ Activities in each unit. The second is Online recitations to your course facilitator, andthe third is the end of course examination. You are advised to do all the assessment exerciseswith all sincerity as that will assist you greatly. In tackling the assignments, you are expected toapply the information and techniques gathered from the course. The Assignments must besubmitted for formal assessment in accordance with the deadlines stated in the presentationschedule and the assignment file. The work you submit for assessment will account for 30% ofthe total course score. At the end of the course, you will sit for a final or end of courseexamination This examination will form 70% of the total score for the course.EXAMINATION AND GRADING The end of course examination for this course will account for 30% of the total course score. Allareas of the course will be examined. Utilize the time between the last unit and thecommencement of your examination to revise the whole course. You might find it useful toreview your lectures before the examination. The end of course examination covers information