Do digital learning tools greatly contribute to the improvement of the academic performance of the students? Hypothesis There are many effects of digital learning on the academic performance of IT3A. To widely inform the students about their lessons; by using digital learning, it helps the students gather more information. By the use of technology, the student can easily learn by their self and feel comfortable while learning. Also, digital learning helps the students to be more active in their lesson because technology is widely used and is easy to use.
(a) Background of research The proposed research draws on the growing body of work in the recent field of multimodality and social semiotics, particularly in digital environments, with a focus on South Asian diasporic websites as representations and expressions of cultural identities. The proposed study stems from the PI’s background in new technologies of learning and her forthcoming co-authored textbook on discourses in the contemporary digital age. Multimodality in online spaces In the context of the social changes in the contemporary, global, and networked society (Castells, 2000), new media technologies have brought about a re-orientation of communication possibilities for representation and meaning. With the expanding reach of the
Technological progressions in these zones have expanded the creative possibility of a filmmaker or an artist. Some of the advantage of digital technology are: • Firstly, artist are able to include experiment-based quick repetition, where people and technologies intermingle in new ways to hasten the evolution of the performance. • Secondly, there is a benefit of recombination and the capability to shift work beyond the boundaries and make the work procedures more
These learning strategies can be facilitated through digital storytelling activities. They are attracting a great deal of attention from teachers nowadays. To support their views, Sadik (2008) indicated that educators at all levels can use digital storytelling to support students’ learning by encouraging them to organize and express their ideas in an individual and meaningful way. Also,Clarke and Adam (2011),Psomos and Kordaki (2012), Skinner and Hagood (2008) confirm that digital storytelling helps students work in groups and strengthen the bonds between students in class, and at the same time between students and their teacher, students acquire several technological skills through storytelling, creating digital stories helps the integration of students with learning difficulties through taking with this opportunity an active role, and the ability to narrate . Müller ,et al.
3. The combination of digital design with national culture It is the natural law that new things are more potential than the old ones. At the present, there are more and more digital designs at the exhibitions both at home and abroad. This shows that digital design, which has appeared on art stage, has a bright future. The development of digital design depends on three aspects: designer, design software and computer software.
Social media has, especially become a dominant platform for activists to communicate and raise their agenda (Shorter 39). Cyber activism is based on the fact that digital media is perceived to be revolutionary. According to Barker, digital media has characteristics such as interactivity, interconnectivity, and informational activity which assist in explaining the ease with which people that are not professionals can produce and edit as well as consume content (365). Jenkins highlights the fact that new media technologies have enabled the flow of content through many channels (11). This is shown by how sharing of content, collection of content through the search for images and publication in platforms that material could easily be shared.
2.5. Digital Literacy Chu et al (2012) have stated one of the most significant effects of web 2.0 upon primary school pupils is that it has increased their levels of digital literacy. They claim that this is amongst the most important abilities that modern day students learn. It comprises of three components: information literacy, media literacy, and technology literacy. “Information literacy” is the ability to recognise when it is necessary to seek out information, how to do so, which sources of information would be best to use, and how best to use them.
ABSTACT This paper is to work and find how digital media and contemporary art are having some complex relationship. Francesco Poli, said the convergence of this was widely anticipated, (in the Twentieth Century avant-garde movement in general, and especially in its conceptual trends) by some global factors. The relationship between technology and creativity; the relationship with the media, and in general with the concept of ‘mediation’, which poses the problem of positioning the artist in society; and interdependent feature assumed, especially in recent years, by the ‘system’ of contemporary art. It 's a known fact that today 's digital technology have touched most aspects of our lives if not all. Ironically, McLuhan affirmed that the relationship
London: Facet Publishing. A digital library is an assemblage of digital computing, storage, and communications machinery together with the content and software needed to reproduce, emulate, and extend the services provided by conventional libraries based on paper and other material means of collecting, cataloging, finding, and disseminating information. A full digital library must accomplish all essential services of traditional libraries and also exploit the well-known advantages of digital storage, searching, and communication. (Govinda Chowdhury & Sudatta Chowdhury, 2003) 1.2