5 edition of Accessing information in a technological age found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -178) and index.
|Statement||Donna L. Whitson and Donna D. Amstutz.|
|Series||The professional practices in adult education and human resource development series|
|Contributions||Amstutz, Donna D.|
|LC Classifications||ZA3075 .W48 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||96029195|
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Accessing Information in a Technological Age. Whitson, Donna L.; Amstutz, Donna D. This book is designed to help adults overcome information anxiety by developing skills to deal with overload produced by the current information by: 7.
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The book begins with African talking drums, a very early form of technology that transmitted information further than was possible with the human voice.
It goes from there through every major new technology, as well as every major mathematical discovery that related to the processing of information, all the way up to computers and the Internet. The Information Age began around the s and is still going on today.
It is also known as the Computer Age, Digital Age, or New Media Age. This era brought about a time period in which people could access information and knowledge easily. However, in many ways, technology has profoundly changed education.
For one, technology has greatly expanded access to education. In medieval times, books were rare and only an elite few had access to educational opportunities.
Individuals had to travel to centers of learning to get an education. Today, massive amounts of information (books. Technology has not only made access to information easier, it has arguably made learning easier by making it less challenging and letting us. Information Technology in Education Article (PDF Available) in Procedia Computer Science December w Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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Keywords: ICT, Information. In response to the volume of information available to us that technology has wrought (a subject of a book on this list), the format in which I read has evolved from print to eBooks and, now, : Narain Jashanmal.
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My library. Skeptical attitudes about the benefits of technology: Older adults who do not currently use the internet are divided on the question of whether that lack of access hurts them or not.
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Read about the emerging issues and find that the answers are not always easy.There are two forms of technological stratification. The first is differential class-based access to technology in the form of the digital divide. This digital divide has led to the second form, a knowledge gap, which is, as it sounds, an ongoing and increasing gap in information for those who have less access to technology.