- Digital Law
Electronic responsibility for actions and deeds
- Digital Etiquette
Electronic standards of conduct procedure
- Digital Commerce
Electronic buying and selling of goods
- Digital Access
Full electronic participation in society
- Digital Security
Electronic precautions to guarantee safety
- Digital Rights And Responsibilities
Those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world
- Digital Health And Wellness
Physical and psychological wellbeing in a digital world
Q.1.2)Digital divide refers to the gap between people’s race, age or gender and regions that have access to the current net, and those that don’t or have restricted access. This technology can include the telephone, television,computer and the net.
- )Socio-economic divide :The first issue surrounding access is that of the ability to access, in general, data and information through the use of digital devices. This lack of access is known as the digital divide, or sometimes referred to those that have and those that have not.This is relevant in the case of internet use, where nations vary widely in the number or ratio of the public with access to the internet.
- A divide in infrastructure : Continuing along the theme of developing and developed countries lies the issue of infrastructure. Developed countries have a far greater penetration appropriate and up to date infrastructure of developing countries .Quite simply, it is the infrastructure of developing countries that often impedes the broad range of access, in addition to socio – economic factors. A prime example is that of South Africa’s poor electricity infrastructure that is under such extreme pressure that rolling blackouts are experienced.
- A divide in content :According to Dutton 2004, the websites are in English. Although this has changed substantially, the fact of matter remains that English dominates the web.
- A gender divide :The internet gender gap is notable in developing countries, with very real consequences to the girls and women of those communities. People derive huge benefit through the use of and access to the internet.. This include economic and educational opportunities. Furthermore, by providing women to ICT’s , nations are better able to empower women to provide equitable development.
- A skill divide :Having the skills to operate a computer is probably the biggest opportunity, to the adoption, or nor, of technology for development. Although accessibility is increasing, skills are not necessarily conforming at the same rate of increase. This is perhaps a greater issue than that of physical access, as those that are disadvantaged due to socio-economic factors have less exposure to digital technology, thereby impending their skills acquisition in the job market. However, it should be noted that despite socioeconomic factors playing a role in the level of skills, it is not all bound to social strata but also to personal factors.
Digital Citizenship is a concept which helps teachers, technology leaders and parents to understand what students/children/technology users should know to use technology appropriately. Digital Citizenship is more than just a teaching tool; it is a way to prepare students/technology users for a society full of technology.Digital citizenship is the norms of appropriate,responsible technology use.
Define: Identify the problem and plan where to go before starting. Skills include restating or rephrasing the problem, challenging assumptions, gathering facts, and considering the challenge from multiple perspectives.
Discover: This is the exploration stage. Skills include determining where the information is, skimming, scanning, and scouring the information for background filtering, and taking smart notes.
Dream: Dream is a whole-mind process, one that allows us to imagine the solution as it will exist in the future. Skills include generating wishes, exploring possibilities, and imagining best case scenarios.
Design: This is the process of gap analysis, breaking out all the necessary steps to get us from here to there. Skills include having a clear idea of how to do the task, starting with the end in mind and building steps backwards, and writing instructions in small increments that are easy to follow, positive and logical.
Deliver: Putting the plan into action and making the dream into a reality is delivering the solution. There are two components: produce and publish. Skills include identifying the best format for presenting and using that format to present the information or solution to the problem.
Debrief: An opportunity for students to self and peer assess; it’s a chance to look at the final product and the process to determine what was done well and what could have been done differently. Skills include reflecting on the process and the product, acting on the reflections, and internalizing the new learnings and understandings.
The process of Solution Fluency is not a linear one, but a cyclical one. At any stage, learners may need to revisit a step in the process. A teacher needs to guide her students and offer feedback as the students work through the steps.
2.2)No:because you can keep up with what you’ve been doing and always be up to date.
2.3)Use a password keeper,Don’t overshare,Keep a list of accounts,Use privacy settings,You don’t need 12 email addresses,Google yourself,Monitor linking accounts.
What Is the Internet of Things?
In case you aren’t familiar with the concept, internet is a general phrase used to refer to Internet-enabled devices (such as “smart” gadgets) that are all connected through a single, remotely accessible network. For example, your smart TV,and refrigerator might all be accessible to control via your personal tablet.
How Business Will Change?
1. You’ll know where everything is at all times.
Currently,most companies rely on bar code tracking systems for inventory management. But when almost all your equipment, devices, and even products are integrated into the same network, inventory management and tracking will become so intuitive you might not even have to think about it. Instantly updating numbers will be at your disposal at all times, and you’ll have the ability to tap into those metrics any time you want.
2. You’ll have to keep track of even more data.
All those interconnected devices will open the floodgates to even more data than you currently track (which is probably a ton). You’ll learn in-depth metrics about your customers and their behaviors, your employees and how they work, and even the gritty details about how your business operates. This is all worthwhile information … but you need to be prepared to handle it, with data analysts and visualization software.
3. Everything will be faster.
With the IoT in place, everything will be faster, since interconnected devices could include everything from traffic lights and cars to public transportation. When that’s the case, you’ll have shorter commute times for yourself and your employees. More important for the impact on your organization, this means faster deliveries. On one hand, this will be a luxury — you’ll get you what you need faster — but it also means customers will expect and demand faster, more efficient service.
4. Energy and production will be cheaper.
Thanks to smart grid coordination,energy will be much cheaper. Not only that, your machines will be able to find new and smoother ways to operate, and your maintenance routines may also become easier. The bottom line is that you’ll expend less money to produce your inventory, and most of your costs will likely decrease.
5. Remote work will become even more feasible.
Thanks to cloud-hosted software and readily portable devices like tablets, remote work is already a solid option for many professional positions. When IoT technology becomes commonplace, and all devices are manageable on one network, it will become even easier to manage everything remotely. Given one tablet and an Internet connection, you may be able to manage an entire production line, or an entire store. Most professionals won’t be prepared to cross this gap immediately, but it will be there as a possibility.
6. Device management may become nightmarishly complex.
There are a few potential downsides to IoT integration. One of the hardest to adapt to will be overall device management. You could have a hard time keeping all your integrated devices updated with the latest software and connected to the network; this will be both expensive and intense in terms of IT needs. Still, the benefits of increased productivity and reduced labor costs should balance this out.
7. Productivity will increase.
As a general rule, your entire business will be able to operate more productively, with lower expenses. The cost of upgrading all your devices may be initially steep, but you’ll end up paying less for staff, and you should be capable of producing more products, thanks to the efficiency challenges your new technologies will have solved.
8. Some industries will disappear or radically change.
Many industries may fundamentally change when a lot becomes mainstream. Some might even become obsolete or completely disappear; for example, the delivery and logistics industry could conceivably become almost completely automated. Others will start to be in higher demand, and still others will become more efficient, and allow for higher profitability and more entry to new entrepreneurs. Pay close attention to how your industry develops, and be prepared for some major changes.
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- The security of University information and of the device on which the information is held see Data Access and Storage section for provisions regarding Confidential Information.
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- Deleting University information from the Mobile Device when no longer required or sooner if required by the University to delete it.
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