Implications of DLT in organisations Assessed Blog Post 3.1

Digital Learning Technologies in Polytechnic

Smart Board – Can interact and draw on them electronically this can help teach students visually and auditory. It is interactive you can tap to click on something like a electric button on the screen.

Cameras – Cameras are handy as students and lectures can communicate with each other from a different class e.g Gisbourne class. This is good as the lecturers can teach other students without being physically there for them.

WiFi – It is a wireless network, this is useful so that students and lecturers can use the internet with their own devices to search up resources online or work on assignments. A lot of places are using WiFi these days.

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Brain, Marshall, Tracy V. Wilson and Bernadette Johnson.  “How WiFi Works”  30 April 2001.  HowStuffWorks.com. <http://computer.howstuffworks.com/wireless-network.htm&gt;  06 March 2015.

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