Write a paragraph describing your experience of disassembling and reassembling a computer.
Share exactly how you were able to determine the exact age of the computer.
Include a bulleted list of all the components that were in the computer along with a short description of what each component does.
Include a picture of yourself with your disassembled computer.
Pick your favourite tweet from the class twitter feed (https://twitter.com/hashtag/bdstgj).
Embed the tweet onto your page (ask me for a demo if you don’t know how).
Write a short paragraph about why this was your favourite tweet.
Remember that spelling and grammar counts….always!
Step 1 – Resources
Create a heading and make a bulleted list of at least three web resources related to ICT legal, social, and/or ethical issues. Be sure each resource is a working link.
Step 2 – Essay
Create an appropriate heading for this section. The exact heading name will depend on your content.
In short essay format, Identify and explain one of the issues identified in any of the resources listed above.
Step 3 – Follow-up Questions
Create a heading named “Follow-up Questions”.
In a neatly formatted list, what are two follow-up questions you would like to research about this issue? You do not have to answer them.
Note: grammar and spelling must be PERFECT for all of the above. This is a business class after all!
This is based on the Right to Be Forgotten podcast you listened to.
Write a short essay that covers:
- What the right to be forgotten is all about.
- Arguments about why members of society should have a right to be forgotten.
- Arguments about why members of society should not have a right to be forgotten.
- What is your view? Why?
- Who was a student that had a different view than yours? Why do you disagree with their view?
Include a picture that would be suitable for this page. Use your imagination!
Remember that spelling and grammar counts…..always!
Name your page “Affinity Designer Tutorials”.
Export (as PNG) your favourite five Affinity Designer tutorial files. Be sure they are exported with transparency turned on (with no background) and are 1024 pixels on the longest side.
Upload the pictures to your ePortfolio.
Under each picture put “Tutorial: URL”, where URL is the bit.ly shortened version of the URL.
For each video, include a short paragraph explaining why you enjoyed this tutorial and what skills you learned from it.
Ensure the page is aesthetically pleasing.
This is part 4 of the BTT summative portfolio. The requirements have been adapted from material provided by DSBN’s Business Secondary Learning Community (SLC).
Create a spreadsheet to compare three (3) types of security software.
Options may include, but are not limited to McAfee, Norton, Avast, Kaspersky, or NOD32. Be sure there is at least one “free” option in your comparisons.
You may use Excel or Google Sheets for this assignment.
Once you have researched your three (3) choices, list the features in a suitable format in the spreadsheet so the features can easily be compared.
Be sure you list at least six (6) features. Be sure the price of each is also listed.
Be sure the spreadsheet is aesthetically pleasing.
Submit to the appropriate hand-in folder. If using Google Sheets, export as an Excel document.
- Demonstrate and understanding of legal, social and ethical issues relating to information and communication technology
- Analyze privacy and security issues relating to information and communication technology
This is part 3 of the BTT summative portfolio. The requirements have been adapted from material provided by DSBN’s Business Secondary Learning Community (SLC).
Create a spreadsheet to analyze three competing products (e.g., three phones or three headphones or…).
Compare features (3-4 only), size, and price.
Ensure the spreadsheet is aesthetically pleasing , with appropriate headings, justification, etc.
You may use Excel or Google Sheets for this assignment.
- Use spreadsheet software to perform a variety of tasks
- Manage electronic files and folders
This is part 2 of the BTT summative portfolio. The requirements have been adapted from material provided by DSBN’s Business Secondary Learning Community (SLC).
Using either Word or Google Docs, complete the following requirements for two (2) websites you used to find your technology device:
- Describe the homepage (come up with your own relevant criteria)
- Investigate two (2) of the toolbar links and describe what you find using five (5) bullet points for each.
- Which website do you think is more effective? (Consider simplicity, ease of navigation, consistency, structure/navigation and/or color schemes.) Explain.
Be sure your document is neatly formatted. Use headings, tables, and lists, where appropriate.
Submit to the appropriate hand-in folder. If using Google Docs, export as a Word document.
- Demonstrates an understanding of the uses and design of effective websites
This is part 1 of the BTT summative portfolio. The requirements have been adapted from material provided by DSBN’s Business Secondary Learning Community (SLC).
Research a device by visiting a website for a store that sells electronic devices such as computers, handheld devices, etc.
Examples of online stores may include bestbuy.ca, walmart.ca, dell.ca, apple.ca or staples.ca.
Find a device that you would like to purchase. Using a 2-column table in a spreadsheet (Google Sheets or Excel), list:
- the name,
- features of this device, and
- working URL (link) to your source.
Put each of the above into their own rows in the table.
Format the document neatly, using a list, where applicable (like for the features), and include a proper heading as the title.
- Analyze options for accessing the internet
- Apply effective techniques when conducting electronic research
- Demonstrate an understanding of the terminology associated with information and communication technology