Educational Technology

May 29, 2011

Ins and Outs of Using Gadgetry

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:40 am

By DAVID POGUE, New York Times

Every time a reader asks me a basic question, struggles with a computer or lets a cellphone keep ringing at a performance, I have the same thought: There ought to be a license to use technology. I’m not trying to insult America’s clueless; exactly the opposite, in fact. How is the average person supposed to know the essentials of their phones, cameras and computers? There’s no government leaflet, no mandatory middle-school class, no state agency that teaches you some core curriculum. Instead, we muddle along, picking up scattershot techniques as we go. We wind up with enormous holes in our knowledge. (check out a Pogue list of tips and tricks at the URL)

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/19/technology/personaltech/19pogue.html?_r=1

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