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applying modern technologies to the creation, management and use of information


  • Adventist Resource
    A.I. Anxiety Tertiary-Lifelong
    "As capabilities of artificial intelligence have increased to ever more sophisticated levels, troubling questions among humans proliferate. How should a Christian face such issues?"

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    Blended Learning - Expanding the Classroom Walls Using Edmodo Technology Grade 1-Grade 12
    Edmodo provides teachers and students a secure place to connect and collaborate, share content and educational applications, and access homework, grades, class discussions and notifications. This 2012 NAD presentation and handout provides practical lessons on how to use the Edmodo platform to provide blended learning across the curriculum.

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    Classroom Media Literacy Tools for Combating Disinformation and Fake News Grade 3-Lifelong
    "While in the past students previously used more books and encyclopedias to conduct their research and complete their schoolwork, most now use online search engines such as Google. For this reason, media literacy is an essential component of the curriculum,...

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    How to Use Twitter as Your Personal Learning Network Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Have you joined Twitter yet? Twitter is an excellent way to start building your Personal Learning Network (PLN). This 2012 presentation covers the basics of using Twitter as a component of your PLN, and shares some resources and tips for using it to maximize...

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    INFO Editorial: Evolving Organizational Contexts Tertiary-Lifelong
    A big part of the changes in society have been fueled by developments in information and communication technology (ICT). These changes in society and the way it operates are the driving force behind this issue of the InFo Journal.

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    Information Technology and Value Creation Lifelong
    "Information Technology (IT) has revolutionized the way business is done around the world. But the question remains, who benefits from IT? Does using IT create value for an organization? The answers discussed include the idea that it is the consumer who gains the most.

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    Integrating Collaborative Web 2.0 Tools into the Curriculum Preschool-Tertiary
    Our students must learn to communicate and collaborate using a variety of digital media and environments. Group collaboration in the classroom can become Web 2.0 collaboration using appropriate tools. Many Web 2.0 links will be available online to view later....

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    Integrity in a virtualized world Grade 10-Lifelong
    A growing phenomenon in American society is the avoidance of community-oriented activities, including activities with friends and family, which has been attributed to the Internet. This article discusses some concerns that parents have regarding their children's...

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    Leadership style of information technology administrators in selected Adventist educational institutions in the Southern Asia-Pacific Region Tertiary
    This study was conducted with the purpose to investigate the relationship between the leadership style of Information Technology (IT) administrators in selected Adventist colleges/universities in the Philippines, and the perception of the consumers about IT services in the mentioned institutions.

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    Learning environments with the use of technology in initial teacher education. Its effect on intellectual skills Tertiary
    The purpose of this research was to determine the impact of the creation of learning environments with the use of technology within the subject of Language Acquisition and Development I in the development of Intellectual Skills of 2nd semester students of...

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    Learning Objects Tertiary
    One of them is "any digital resource such as text or video that can be used as a support for learning" or simply as the smallest unit of content that can be reused in different contexts, but it is important based on the above definitions to ask a...

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    Managing Resource Sharing in Selected Seventh-day Adventist Tertiary Institutions in Sub-saharan Africa - Problems and Prospects Tertiary-Lifelong
    Universities in Sub-Saharan Africa are challenged to transform learning so as to produce graduates who have both knowledge and competencies in the new millennium. This study examines the practice, problems and prospects of resource-sharing in selected Seventh-day...

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    Organization and Operations - Technology and Changes Lifelong
    "The rising tide of innovation in information technology in the last two decades has changed the way we do business. Organizational transformation occurs in the breaking down of walls between various functional groups, in the reduction in levels of management, and in the way decision making is processed.

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    Out on a Lim Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Find resources for online teaching, technology column articles, and other teaching and learning resources from Janine Lim's personal webpage.

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    Social Networking - Social Media Goes to School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teacher Convention presentation helps educators with social media etiquette for students and guidelines for educators using social networking sites.

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    Technology - Not Just Computers Grade 9-Lifelong
    Biotechnology involves the application of science and technology to living organisms. This article notes milestones in biotechnology of food and human health including how we care for computers and prevent laptops from crippling us.

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    Technology Solutions for Small to Mid-Size Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2018 NAD convention breakout session was "designed to promote collaboration, sharing, and problem solving of IT issues, obstacles, and solutions that educators and schools experience. Presenters [shared] how they have found solutions for network...

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    The development of scientific thinking in first grade children, group Grade 8-Tertiary
    Human beings are distinguished from other living beings, especially by the privileged gift of thought, the ability of which no other living being has. Santrock (2004) defines thinking as a manipulation of information, such as when informing concepts, solving...

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    The Impact of Epistemology on Approaches to the Study of Organizational Culture - Some Examples from Information Systems Lifelong
    "Organizational culture has been increasingly studied as a tool for management and business. Because of its complexity, however, results have not been easily quantified or compared. This paper suggests that the design of the research may very much affect the result of the study, and that different designs may be more appropriate for specific situations, based on the research question under study.

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    The Read/Write Web - Blogs, Wikis, and MySpace. What Should Teachers Do? Tertiary-Lifelong
    The web is changing, as evidenced by blogs, wikis, MySpace, and social networking technologies. What are these tools? How can they be used effectively for learning? What are the challenges for Adventist education? Find answers in this 2006 NAD Teachers Convention...

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    What We Can Learn from Video Games - Classroom Application Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation will help teachers understand how game players develop effective social practices and skills in navigating complex systems, and how those skills can support learning in other complex domains.

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    Writing An Acceptable Use Policy For Your School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A helpful guide to creating an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for a school's use of services provided by the internet. The author notes that an AUP is the most important document a school will create since it states the terms, conditions, and rules of internet use determined by a school or district.