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ð Õntroduction of media communication
ð Types of communication systems
÷ 0isual Systems
÷ Audio Systems
÷ 0ideo Systems
÷ Audio-0isual Systems

ð |hoice of medium
ð Õntroduction of Õnformation Technology
ð E-|ommerce
ð Õnternet
ð Advantages and Disadvantages of Õnternet
ð Email Etiquette
ð Teleconferencing
ð Advantages & Disadvantages of Mechanisation of |ommunication
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ð Media is a single mean used to communicate any

data for any purpose.
ð Õn communication, media are the storage and
transmission channels used to store and deliver
ð Electronic Media has influenced people in
developing change in attitude towards different
ð 0isual System

ð Audio System

ð 0ideo System

ð Audio-0isual System

ð A |hinese proverb says: ´One picture is worth a

thousand wordsµ.
ð 0isual communication system is the conveyance of
ideas and information in forms that can be read or
looked upon.
ð Õt is visible device that assists an instructor to
transmit facts to learner.
ð Õt is an aid to communication.
ð 6oss of Õnformation as it moves downward is often caused by
misinterpretation, lack of understanding and neglecting.

ð When messages pass upward through officials channels

ð The resulting gap in communication can be harmful to the


ð The computer is a versatile electronic instrument

which can combine various media functions.

ð |omputer technology is the fastest growing field.

ð Accounting Software is already in use in many offices

so that account books do not have to be written
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ð This the most recent, the most powerful of all
media. But it still has a limited audience.
ð The film is the most powerful medium of
ð Web sites on the internet enable you to publish
information about your business.
ð Software programs are being written for almost all
activities in business.
ð Television is the most powerful medium of

ð Organizations set up special formal and informal

channels to encourage and ensure upward
movement of communication.

÷ Regular reporting systems

÷ Periodical review meetings
÷ Suggestion scheme




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Maps Signs and Symbols

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ð  uick communication
ð Understanding at a glance

ð Memorising effects

ð Dynamics

ð More Revealing and Appealing

ð Saving Time

ð Audience Participation
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ð Message limitation
ð Preparation

ð |ost

ð Time

ð Approximation

ð Personal preference

ð ´Audioµ means sound or Hearing.

ð A system of electronic equipment for recording or

reproducing sound.

Radio Tape-Recorder

|Ds and D0Ds


ð 0ideo |ommunication Systems are the systems in

which data is prerecorded.

ð 0ideo-tapes
ð Message is visible and also audible.


ð Television

ð |inema
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ð The type of audience you want to reach

ð The speed with which the message should be
ð Need for confidentiality

ð Need for accuracy

ð Need for reliability

ð |ost of the medium and relative importance


ð Availability of a medium
ð ëeedback capacity of the medium

ð ëormality of the medium must be suitable to content

of the message
ð Õntensity and complexity of the message
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ð Due to ÕT channels, people from diverse cultures are able to
personally communicate and exchange valuable ideas.

ð Businesses are able to operate 24x7.

ð Õt can further be used not just for information processing but

also for communications and problem solving tasks as well.
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Õnformation Technology is:

m Revolutionizing business and professional communication
m Making the task of communication and exchange of
information easier.
m Economically efficient.
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ð |ommerce that is transacted electronically, as over the

ð Significance of words like B2B, B2| and |2| in e-commerce
ð B2B or B-to-B
ð B2| or B-to-|
ð |2| or |-to-|

ð Management Õnformation Systems is the study of the use

of computers in business operations.

ð Provide Õnformation to managers.

ð Enhance |ommunication among employees.

ð Helps to Achieve Strategic Objectives of the Organisation.

ð Õnternet is a global system of Õnterconnected

computer networks that use the Standard internet
Protocol Suite to Serve Billions of user Worldwide.

ð Subscribers are globally connected through its

world wide web (www).

ð |ommunication
ð |ollection of Õnformation

ð News

ð Searching Jobs

ð Advertisement

ð Online Results

ð Entertainment

ð Online Airlines and Railway Schedules


ð 0iruses
ð Security Problems

ð Theft of Personal Õnformation

ð ëiltration of Õnformation

ð English language problems

ð Wastage of time
ð Never send an e-mail in A66 |APS.
ð Send an e-mail when it needs to be sent.

ð Õf an important email is not read in a reasonable

amount of time, follow up with a phone call.
ð Use an intelligent subject line

ð Never send an unexplained attachment to anyone.

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ð All direct communications between participants.

ð Õs carried out via the public telephone system.

ð Õt electronically links geographically scattered people

who are participating at the same time.

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ð Time is saved
ð |ost and energy are saved

ð Travel to distances to attend the conference is

ð No monotony and fatigue

ð |onduct highly efficient meetings.

ð |ost of accommodation and other facilities are

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ð Time saving
ð Saving labour cost

ð 6abour savings

ð Speed

ð Reduce monotony

ð Standardisation

ð Minimises fraud

ð  uick Reference

ð Accuracy

ð Other Merits
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ð |ost
ð Under Utilisation

ð 6ess ëlexible

ð Need of Operators

ð Expensive

ð Do not work without Õntelligence

ð Replacement

ð Noise

ð Unemployment

ð Other Problems