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EMPOWERMENT TECHNOLOGIES

PREPARED BY: KARL KEVIN C BACON


HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR PHONE
AFTER YOU WOKE UP THIS MORNING?

HOW MANY STATUS UPDATES HAVE YOU POSTED IN


FACEBOOK OR TWITTER TODAY?

DID YOU USE THE INTERNET FOR AN HOUR OR MORE


AFTER YOU WOKE UP?

DO YOU FOLLOW ANY CELEBRITY VIA SOCIAL


MEDIA?
DO YOU THINK YOU ARE DIGITAL NATIVES?

• DIGITAL NATIVES - a person born or brought up


during the age of digital technology and therefore
familiar with computers and the Internet from an
early age.
INTRODUCTION
TO
INFORMATION
AND
COMMUNICATION
WHAT IS INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
TECHNOLOGY (ICT)?
• It deals with the use of different communication technologies such as mobile
phones, telephone, Internet, etc. to locate, save, and edit information.
• According to the 2013 edition of Measuring the Information Society by the
International Telecommunication Union, there are 106.8 cellphones per 100
Filipinos in the year 2012.
ICT IN THE PHILIPPINES

• Filipinos are prolific users of social media.


Estimates
this year show that there are 83 million active social
media users in the Philippines. Of this number, 67
million are on Facebook; 12 million on Twitter, and
4 million are LinkedIn users.
ICT IN THE PHILIPPINES

• To add these statistics, Time Magazine’s “The


Selfiest Cities around the World” of 2013 places
two cities from the Philippines in the top 1 and top
10 spots. The study was conducted using Instagram.
THE SELFIEST CITIES IN THE WORLD: TIME’S
DEFINITIVE RANKING
• Makati City, known as the financial center of the
Philippines, can now boast another distinction: It is the
Selfie Capital of the World. An examination of hundreds
of thousands of selfies—the low-fi, self-shot photographs
that are intensely popular among younger social media
users—suggests that the city, part of metropolitan Manila
and home to 500,000 people, produces more selfies per
capita than any other city in the world.
WANT TO SEE IF YOUR CITY RANKS?
• For the top 5 selfiest cities in the world, our rankings
are below. Each yellow dot in the maps of the ten
cities where selfies are most popular represents one
selfie taken recently over the course of a ten-day
period. Cities near one another were combined on
this list. For more information on how the rankings
were built.
1. MAKATI CITY AND PASIG, PHILIPPINES
• 258 selfie-takers per 100,000 people
2. MANHATTAN, N.Y.
• 202 selfie-takers per 100,000 people
3. MIAMI, FLA.
• 155 selfie-takers per 100,000 people
4. ANAHEIM AND SANTA ANA, CALIF.
• 147 selfie-takers per 100,000 people
5. PETALING JAYA, MALAYSIA
• 141 selfie-takers per 100,000 people
ICT IN THE PHILIPPINES

• With these numbers, there is no doubt that the


Philippines is one of the countries that benefits most
out of ICT.
ICT IN THE PHILIPPINES

• Did you find it alarming?


• Why some people choose to have two cellular
phones?
• Are you also taking selfies every now and then?
INTERNET

• Is the global system of interconnected computer networks that use


the Internet protocol suite to link billions of devices worldwide.
• Means of connecting a computer to any other computer anywhere
in the world via dedicated routers and servers.
• Sometimes called simply “the Net,” is a worldwide system of
computer networks – a network of networks in which users at any
one computer can get information from any other computer.
WORLD WIDE WEB

• An information system on the Internet that allows


documents to be connected to other documents by
hypertext links, enabling the user to search for
information by moving from one document to
another.
• Invented by Tim-Berners Lee.
WEB PAGES

• Web page is a hypertext document connected to


the World Wide Web.
• It is a document that is suitable for the World Wide
Web.
WEBSITES

• A location connected to the Internet that maintains


one or more pages on the World Wide Web.
• It is a related collection of World Wide Web
(WWW) files that includes a beginning file located
a home page.
WEB BROWSER

• It displays a web page on a monitor or mobile


device.
• It is a software application for retrieving,
presenting, and traversing information resources on
the World Wide Web.
REMEMBER!

• ICT is one of the best ways to improve business sales


and it is important for you to know how to use it
your advantage. One advantage is for customers to
share their thoughts with you online, directly on your
web page. That way, the customers would feel that
you are responsive and very open in listening to
their thoughts. But in order to do that, you have to
make your website dynamic.
WEB 2.0: DYNAMIC WEB PAGES

• When the World Wide Web was invented, most webpages were static.
• Static > (also knows as flat page or stationary page) in the sense that the
page is “as is” and cannot be manipulated by the user. >The content is also
the same for all users. >This referred to asWeb 1.0
WEB 2.0: DYNAMIC WEB PAGES
• It is the evolution of Web 1.0 by adding dynamic web
pages – the user is able to see a website differently than
others.
• It allows users to interact with the page instead of just
reading a page, the user may be able to comment or
create user account.
WEB 2.0: DYNAMIC WEB PAGES

• It is also allows users to use web browsers instead of just using


their operating system.
• Browsers can now be used for their user interface, application
software (or web applications), and even for file storage.
• Examples of Web 2.0 include social networking sites, blogs, wikis,
video sharing sites, hosted services, and web applications.
FEATURES OF WEB 2.0

• Folksonomy – allows users to categorize and classify/arrange information


using freely chosen keywords (e.g., tagging). Popular social networking sites
such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc. use tags that start with the pound
sign (#). This is also referred to as hashtag.
• Rich User Experience – content is dynamic and is responsive to user’s input. An
example would be a website that shows local content. In the case of social
networking sites, when logged on, your account is used to modify what you see
in their website.
FEATURES OF WEB 2.0

• User Participation – the owner of the website is not the only one who is able
to put content. Others are able to place a content of their own by means of
comments, reviews, and evaluation. Some websites allow readers to comment
on an article, participate in a poll, or review a specific product. (e.g.,
Amazon.com, online stores.)
FEATURES OF WEB 2.0

• Long Tail – services that are offered on demand rather than on a one-time
purchase. In certain cases, time-based pricing is better than file-sized pricing
or vice-versa. This is synonyms to subscribing to a data plan that charges you
for the amount of time you spent in the Internet, or a data plan that charges
you for the amount of bandwidth you used.
FEATURES OF WEB 2.0

• Software as a Service – users will subscribe to a software only when needed


rather than purchasing them. This is a cheaper option if you do not always
need to use a software. Software as a service allows you to “rent” a software
for a minimal fee.
THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS!!