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This collection of Current Topics in Technology is designed to elevate technology courses, encouraging students to develop a higher level of social, legal, and ethical awareness in the study of technology. Students are guided through a wealth of topics that provide insight into the crucial role that technology plays both personally and professionally. Students will explore their responsibilities to the environment and to society, ensuring that productivity and technical risks are appropriately managed, and preparing them for the challenges of leadership. When utilized as part of the critical methods of instruction in computer concepts and Office courses, this combination of literature and exercises has proven to inspire a greater interest in technology education.
Table of Contents
|Mobile Data Protection|
|The Hybrid Manager|
|Monitoring Technology in the Workplace|
|The New Internet Architecture|
|The Threat of Complex Networks|
|Digitization and Copyright Law|
|Electronic Social Responsibility|
|Cell Phone Technology|
|Electronic Election Systems|
|Managing Information Systems: Adhocracy|
|The New Digital Divide|
|Cell Phone Security|
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