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Multimedia Presentation Emerging and Obsolete Technology Debra Morris :

Multimedia Presentation Emerging and Obsolete Technology Debra Morris

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Hello. My name is Debra Morris. I am a graduate student at Walden University.

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What is the purpose of this presentation?

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What is Obsolete and Emerging Technology?

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What emerging technology has been identified for this presentation?

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What is an Averkey? A portable device for computer-to-TV conversion. This little box has the ability to convert computer display signals into ones that the TV can read and understand.

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Disadvantage: Some students say they cannot see the print or display on the TV.

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The Averkey was purchased by my school system before Smart Boards became well known and popular.

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Averkeys are in storage closets.

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Downfall of the Averkey:

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What technology replaced the Averkey?

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What is a Smart Board?

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What does the Smart Board offer?

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What advantages does the Smart Board provide over the Averkey?

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Interviews with Decision Makers and End Users Decision Makers Administrator: Mr. Eddie Morris Date: April 12, 2012 Time: 8:30 am Place: East Laurens School Library End Users Teacher: Mrs. Brittany Rowe Teacher: Mrs. Kyon Cobb Date: April 13, 2012 Time: 10:00 am Place: East Laurens School Library

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Emerging Technology Obsolete Technology Interview Consent Form Interview Coordinator: Debra Morris Purpose: Walden University Course Requirement Date: _____________________________ I hereby grant Debra Morris permission to document through audio and/or video recording and transcription verbal interview (s) for the purpose of documenting reasons for implementation, reasons for dismissal and further questioning of the technology stated. I understand that Debra Morris will be using this information for the sole purpose of her online Walden University course requirements. I further understand that the information obtained through this interview will be read, quoted, or cited for educational purposes only. This consent allows the interviewer to use the content of the interview for educational assignments and collaboration with her colleagues. ________________________ _________________________ Signature of Interviewer Signature of Interviewee ________________________ __________________________ Printed Name Printed Name ________________________ ___________________________ Date Date

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Sharing the news about Smart Boards

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Obsolete Technology Tetrad: Averkey Enhances: Converts computer display signals into ones that the TV can read and understand Takes the computer screen to the TV Obsoletes: Gathering around computer screen for students to visually see display Reduced the amount of writing teachers had to place on boards Retrieves: Old film projectors displayed images on a pull down screen or wall Reverses: Smart Boards brought in: Material displayed is much larger Interactive Addresses different learning styles Teacher can control from the front of the class

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Emerging Technology Tetrad: Smart Boards Obsoletes: Averkey that allows display of computer Screen to be seen on TV screen Enhances: Large visual screen Extended tools Interactive Creation of flip charts Accommodates for learning styles Reverses: Mimio Boards Interactive classrooms globally Virtual Field Trips Retrieves : Old video projectors that display images Overhead projection of Drawing or writing

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6 Forces That Drive Technology: Evolutionary Technology Rhymes of History Disruptive Technologies Science Fiction Increasing Returns Red Queens

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References: Anderson, C. (2004). Chris Anderson of Wired on tech’s long tail [Video]. Retrieved from http://www.ted.com/talks/chris_anderson_of_wired_on_tech_s_long_tail.html Laureate Education, Inc. (Executive Producer). (2009a). Six Forces That Drive Emerging Technologies. Baltimore, MD: Author. Laurete Education, Inc. (Executive Producer). (2009c). Increasing Returns. Baltimore, MD Author. Thornburg, D. D. (2009b). When is a technology emergent? Lake Barrington, IL: Thornburg Center for Space Exploration Thornburg, D. D. (2008b). Emerging technologies and McLuhan's Laws of Media . Lake Barrington, IL: Thornburg Thornburg, D. (2008c). Red Queens, butterflies, and strange attractors: Imperfect lenses into emergent technologies . Lake Barrington, IL: Thornburg Center for Space Exploration. Center for Space Exploration..

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