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Presentation Examples and Guidelines. CS300 Forum Assignment. Title Slide. Name Forum Area Date Course. Forum Statement. Type the statement. My Position. State your position – “for” or “against”. Overview/Outline. Good slides Bad slides Other guidance Conclusion References.

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Presentation examples and guidelines

Presentation Examples and Guidelines

CS300 Forum Assignment


Title slide

Title Slide

  • Name

  • Forum Area

  • Date

  • Course


Forum statement

Forum Statement

  • Type the statement


My position

My Position

  • State your position – “for” or “against”


Overview outline

Overview/Outline

  • Good slides

  • Bad slides

  • Other guidance

  • Conclusion

  • References


Privacy

Privacy

  • Tracking

  • Eaves Dropping

  • Information Collection


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Who

  • The opportunity for online education has made college more accessible for students with either full time jobs, busy family lives or other circumstances such as a physical handicaps that may prevent them from attending a conventional class.

  • More and more colleges such as ODU for example are offering degree programs which do not require all students to attend classes at the actual campus itself.


Digital passports

Digital Passports

  • Law passed requiring biometrics on digital passports

  • Visa waiver program

  • Biometrics

    • digital facial recognition

    • digital finger scan

    • iris scans


Url and ip database filtering problems and disadvantages

Url and IP database filtering problems and disadvantages:

  • Requires regular updating, as internet is continuously changing.

  • Uncategorized sites are either all blocked or all made available.

  • Requires extra storage space. (50 to 100 megabytes)

  • Latency - creates bottleneck on networks which effects performance and productivity.

  • Method causes most problems in regards to over blocking.

    • Cases in which websites share domains, blocking one site blocks all on domain.

  • Blocks only specific pages within a site which contain inappropriate material thus defeating purpose of bandwidth conservation.


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Benefits continued:

  • Students who have learning disabilities

    • 3 million students involved

    • Keeping up with non-disabled peers


References

References

  • Http://www.landofsixpeoples.com/news301/ns.305252.htm

  • http://www.prweb.com/printer.php?prid=34493

  • www.usatoday.com

  • http://www.informationweek.com/sharedArticleSrc.jhtml?articleID=26100575

  • http://www.newscientist.com/news/print.jsp?id=ns99993975


Works cited

Works Cited

  • Almon, Joan. "Computers and Children“ Alliance for Childhood Press Release 4 Sept 2004. <http://www.allianceforchildhood .net/projects/computers/>

  • Ansary, Tamim. "Computers in Schools: Are We There Yet?" Encarta (2004) <http://encarta.msn.com/column _computerschoolsmain/Computers_in_Schools_Are _We_There_Yet.html>.

  • Behrman, Richard E. "Children and Computer Technology" The Future of Children March 2001 <http://www.futureofchildren.org/information3134/information_show.htm?doc_id=78957>.

  • Lee, Mary "Computers boost kids' test scores" CNN 29 September 1998 <http://www.cnn.com/US/9809/29/computer.education/>


Conclusion

Conclusion

For reasons of discrimination, security, and dependability, the U.S. government should not implement a nationwide database just to expedite access for all medical personnel.


Conclusion1

Conclusion

  • Do not wait until the last minute

  • Use one template throughout

  • Spell check and edit

  • Short and concise

  • Thoughtful titles

  • Do not read the slides

  • Let you personality shine through


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