Tests Notes and Questions



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Test One:
20%
Week 6: In Lecture
Covers weeks 1-5
Test Two:
20%
Week 13: In Lecture
Covers weeks 6-12

Assigned Readings (Week 1-5):


1. Blogs, Wikis, and RSS as Enterprise Content Applications

2. Educational Blogging

3. The Age of Egocasting

Required Readings from Text (Week 1-5)


Chapters: 1, 2, 4, 6, 10, 11, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22


Helpful Links
Manuel Castells on the Network Society
WebCT


Test 1 Study Guide:


CCT 205 Digital Innovation and Cultural Transformation – Professor G. Benick
Test Date/Time/Place: Week 6 February 14, 2006 from 1 p.m. – 2:40 p.m. in the J102

Coverage: All lectures and assigned readings from weeks 1 – 5.

Format: Weighted toward objective questions.

Required: A pencil to mark your responses on SCAN TRON cards and your UTM student identification card, which will be checked during the test.

Value: 20% of final mark in CCT 205

Key concepts and terms: the following list is intended to assist students to study for the test by focusing attention on important concepts and terminology covered in the first half of the course.

Possible Topics


Important Note: the following list does not represent the total list of terms and concept that will be covered on test 1. Other terms and concepts may be included on the test without prior notification.


Taylorism
Technological determinism
Ford/post Fordism
Outsourcing
Network enterprise
Non-standard labour arrangements
Space of flows
Metropolitan dualism
Network society
De-massification
Blog
Wiki
Wikipedia
Digital divide
Narrowcasting
Egocasting
Information related industries
Information society

Information revolution
Industrial society
Post industrial society
Scientific management ( see Taylorism)
Impact of computers on surveillance
Cyber optimists
Cyber pessimists
Flexi-workers
Social polarization
Social exclusion
The New Economy
Informationalism
Data deprivation
Global divide
Democratic divide
Bentham’s Panopticon & superpanoticon
Pew Internet and American Life Project
Ubiquitous reach of information & communication technologies
Point to point network
Profile of Canada as a strong technological nation
Technology growth sectors in Canadian economy
The Social Web
Web 2.0
Internet usage – Canada and USA
Barriers to internet access

Dual digital divide
Types of Non-Users
Informated organizations/workplaces
Hypersurveillance
Superpanopticon

New division of learning in informated organizations
Managerial function in informated organization


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