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Geography

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Computers

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Powerpoint

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Internet

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Digital Information

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Credits

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A massive earthquake caused a deadly “tsunami”.

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The hard drive is usually inside the computer’s console or case.

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A floppy disk can hold about 1.4 megabytes of information.

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There are about one thousand bytes in a megabyte.

(Actually 1,024 or 210.)

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“ASCII” is an established and common standard for representing binary numbers. (Explanations regarding importance vary.)

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Agree or disagree, then, explain:

All information can

be digitized.

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Any type of information can be digitized.

(Explanations will vary.)

Concepts: analog, digital

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Slides.

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There is no limit.

You can use as many fonts as are installed on your computer.

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No. Powerpoint is not a free product.

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In most cases, people purchase a new computer with Microsoft Office already installed.

Note: This may change in the near future.

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Hyperlinks provide a way to make interactive presentations.

(Examples may vary.)

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The Internet was established in the late 1960s.

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The Internet was developed in the USA by the US military to provide a means of uninterruptible communication during a nuclear war.

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Did the Iraqi Defense Ministry lose information from their networks during the bombing of Bagdad? Explain.

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Even during the bombing, the Iraqi Defense Ministry did not lose information in network transmissions; their network was based on “IP” (Internet protocol).

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Agree or disagree, then, explain:

The Internet has an enormous impact on the way students learn in schools.

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(Answers will vary.)

Provide reasons to support your view.

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Provide a metaphor for the Internet.

Describe some characteristics.

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(Answers will vary.)

Provide common characteristics of your metaphor with the Internet.

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A bit (binary data).

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A bit is either a “0” or a “1” binary number.

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A bit represents an open or closed circuit:

“on” or “off”

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40 bits.

Every symbol on a keyboard represents a byte, made up of 8 bits.

5 bytes x 8 bits = 40 bits

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1,024 kilobytes = 1 megabyte

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Credits, Active Internet Links

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- Mike Beutner, College of Education and Human Development, University of Louisiana at Monroe

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Image source for map of tsunami:

http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/testmaps/tsunami.htm

Image source for map of tsunami:

http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/testmaps/tsunami.htm

Image source for map of tsunami:

http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/testmaps/tsunami.htm

Image source for map of tsunami:

http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/testmaps/tsunami.htm

Image source for map of tsunami:

http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/testmaps/tsunami.htm

Image source for map of tsunami:

http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/testmaps/tsunami.htm

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