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A Presentation By Juliette Heiser http: //www. u. arizona. edu/~jheiser/
1. Ontological Changes 2. Institution’s and School’s 3. On Campus and Off Campus
� E-mails �Internet mail communication � Blogs � Interactive commentary on events � Podcasting � Digital Media through web syndication � Wikis � Collaborative Encyclopedia w/out infringement � Word Processor �Professional document creation
� Computer �New and Internet access curriculum and teaching techniques for students and teachers. �More accurate researching capabilities. �Email creates more ways to communicate with faster capabilities. �A better edge to prepare for future employment opportunities. � Social and economic status is irrelevant, puts students on equal levels.
� Online �More Degrees people able to continue education where time hindered further education. �Classroom environments created through the use of computers over the internet. �Video systems technology will soon be able to create virtual classrooms. �Teaching tools for internet education and web development.
� Computers � Scanners � Printers
� Video Systems � Portable Keyboards
� http: //www. cnn. com/US/9809/29/computer. education/ � http: //olliebray. typepad. com/olliebraycom/ 2009/10/the-technological-revolution-whatdoes-this-mean-for-schools. html � http: //www. nytimes. com/2008/08/17/techn ology/17 essay. html? _r=1 � http: //www. edweek. org/rc/articles/2004/1 0/15/tc-archive. html