• James Zurek
    , internet etc.. The first computer was in 1941. The Holocaust was going on during the 40’s. It was an educational time. However, parents let their children go off on their own. Today, parents want to be there every step of the way. Some educational facilities give their students laptops, or...
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  • Computers: Past, Present and Future
    forever changed the face of computers. This was not the most important breakthrough to come out though, in 1958 the chip or integrated circuit was created. Without this piece, the computer we know today would not be possible! Theses were all created in the first generation of computers; know as the...
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  • Education in the Philippines
    computers. Throughout the early 1960's, there were a number of commercially successful second generation computers used in business, universities, and government from companies such as Burroughs, Control Data, Honeywell, IBM, Sperry-Rand, and others. These second generation computers were also of...
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  • TECHNOLOGY HURTING TODAY'S YOUTH
    ) References Bercko, S., & Blatnik, S. (2011). NEW GENERATION LEARNING -- OPEN QUESTIONS Technologica Acta, 4(1), 1-4. — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine. Maine news, sports, politics and obituaries — Bangor...
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  • Technology in Education
    . This gave students immediate feedback and saved the teacher time by not having to grade the tests. Tools then developed to allow the student to program what they were learning into the computer. One example of this today would be using a music notation program to write out music. The ability of the...
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  • The Digital Divide
    radio. Families would gather around the radio after Sunday dinner and listen to stories or baseball broadcasts the way we sit around and watch the television today, everyday. The Television was the next great technological advance before main-frame computers in the late 1950’s. The first main-frame...
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  • Computer Revolution
    be used by the realm of desktop computers and into many areas of life as more and more everyday products. The fifth generation of computer actually is still in development. The goal of fifth computer generation is to develop devices that respond to natural language input and are capable of learning...
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  • Workplace Generations
    information of the generational characteristics in todays workplace. The hopes is to better prepare you for working with this mix of employee‟s, co-workers and customers. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Identify the four generations and their characteristics  Identify the values system of each generation and...
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  • Processing in the Past of the Computer Hardware
    popular use today for computer network such as the Internet is electronic mail, or E0mail, which allowed across the office or across the world. Defining the fifth generation of computers is somewhat difficult because the field is in its infancy. The most famous example of a fifth generation...
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  • A Short History About Computers
    of the first commercial computer to a business client. This happened in 1951 with the delivery of the UNIVAC to the US Bureau of the Census. This generation lasted until about the end of the 1950's (although some stayed in operation much longer than that). The main defining feature of the first...
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  • History of Computers
    through the use of a computer by businesses and institutions all over the world. The fourth generation sees us in the state we are today, computers completely dominating everything we do, from work, play and even learning. With the introduction of the microprocessor, personal computers were...
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  • How Technology Changed Education
    computer scene in the 1990’s, which opened up many different opportunities for computer use in schools. Not only could schools use the technology within the school, they could now network with other schools. The “classroom” as we know it today goes beyond the walls of the classroom to include all...
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  • Teaching
    billion operations per second. “ Stand-alone” or connected to other computers as a network system . Fourth Generation: 1972-Now Microcomputers TEA 24. Tim Berners-Lee Developed HTML and the World Wide Web (WWW) was born. 1990’s Connecting the World 25. Marc Andreessen An original developer of Mosaic...
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  • Technology
    educate. In this generation, there are so many types of computers that educated. Children between the ages of 3-5 have simple computers that teach them how to identify there ABC’s and 123’s. This computer does not connect to the internet, but it educates the young mind. Then when children begin middle...
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  • History of Operating Systems
    their great cost. Examples of 2nd generation operating systems include: 1. 1961, MCP (Master Control Program): Developed by Burroughs Corporations for their B5000 mainframe. MCP is still in used today by the Unisys Clear Path/MCP machines. THE 3RD GENERATION (mid 1960’s – mid 1970’s) The third...
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  • Using Technology to Advance Education
    students into the conversation and captivates their attention. This is used by teachers as an effective enabler for the students learning the curriculum. Our society in the United States has transformed into a technologically enhanced society. The children of today are commonly called the “Computer...
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  • E learning and accessability
     in the Learning Environment Abstract The advantages and disadvantages of incorporating e-learning as an alternative to traditional in class training. Technology is changing constantly year by year, with the invention of computers and internet in the nineties to more and more people...
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  • The History of Computers
    artificial intelligence a reality. Quantum computation and molecular and nanotechnology will radically change the face of computers in years to come. The goal of fifth-generation computing is to develop devices that respond to natural language input and are capable of learning and self-organization. BIBLIOGRAPHY http://www.computersciencelab.com/ Copyright 2010 John Kopplin http://www.wikipedia.com...
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  • Computers
    biggest advancement in the computer era was yet to be discovered.   The Fourth Generation:  1971-Today (The Microprocessor)          This generation can be characterized by both the jump to monolithic integrated circuits(millions of transistors put onto one integrated circuit chip) and the invention...
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  • It Report
    delivery of the UNIVAC to the US Bureau of the Census. This generation lasted until about the end of the 1950's. The main defining feature of the first generation of computers was that vacuum tubes were used as internal computer components. Vacuum tubes are generally about 5-10 centimetres in length and...
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