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Transcript: How to Make a Prezi From that screen, you're able to choose a template too. Symbols and shapes allows you to insert a variety of objects including question marks, smiley faces, sad faces, lady bugs, and more. Prezi is an easy application to use and is a step up from PowerPoint and Google Docs. Once you have created and logged into your account, there's a homepage that has a blue icon saying "New Prezi". Click on this button to start creating! INSERTING: TEMPLATE: Example How to Insert Images/symbols etc. How to add a Title Arrow How to Insert Symbols/Shapes etc. When you've logged on, "your Prezis" should be the first thing you see. When you click on your presentation, you'll get a window with text that says "Untitled Prezi". Click on that to change the title of your presentation. By: A.D.S and M.V.E The frames & arrows tab allows you to add brackets, circles, rectangles, and invisible frames (extra slides). Arrows, lines, and a highlighter are also options. Arrows can be specially customized for your project. Step 1. Go to and click the sign up button in the top right corner. Step 2. When you click the icon, you will get a screen that gives you an option for a free account or a paid account. Step 3. For an account, you will have to type your first name, last name, e-mail, and a password. (For the paid account, your address.) Line How to Insert Images/Symbols etc. How to Start a Prezi How to make a Prezi Account CHEESE! When you click on the template icon, you will get a screen like this . . When you click on the "insert" tab above, you'll get nine items to insert. Image, symbols and shapes, diagram, YouTube video, background music, voice-over, from file, from my collection, and PowerPoint. Happy Prezi Making! When you want to insert something like an image or edit your template, you can go to the top while editing a Prezi and find 3 icons: frames and arrows, insert, and templates. You can click on any one of these to change/add/insert them. How to Insert Images/Symbols etc.

ITGS Military PowerPoint

Transcript: Battlefield Technology Augmented reality: The use of computer displays that add virtual information to a person's sensory perceptions, supplementing rather than replacing (as in virtual reality) the world the user sees. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Unmanned aircraft (UA) or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV): Are remotely piloted or self-piloted aircraft that can carry cameras, sensors, communications equipment, or other payloads. Battlefield network: Are large scale network gathering information from soldiers, vehicles, and maps to provide an overall view of the battlefield. Precession guided weapons, Smart bombs: Use a variety of techniques including lasers, infrared cameras, and radar to guide to a missile or bomb to its target with greater accuracy Cyber-warfare: Software that attacks against countries' computer systems controlling defense and other strategic operations Malware software: Designed to infiltrate or damage a computer system without the user's informed consent Denial of Service: An attack that attempts to consume network resources so that the network or its devices cannot respond to legitimate requests. Cyber terrorism: Politically motivated attacks on information systems Military Use of IT Gray, Stuart. Information Technology in a Global Society for the IB. N.p.: n.p., 2011-2012. Print. "Technology and Modern Warfare | Globalization101." Technology and Modern Warfare | Globalization101. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Oct. 2012. <>. "Technology and Modern Warfare | Globalization101." Technology and Modern Warfare | Globalization101. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Oct. 2012. <>. Smart Weapons Simulators Military Robots Cyber-Warfare/ Cyber-Terrorism Terms Defined Terms Defined (Cont.) Simulators: A device that duplicates the functions of a real system to allow controlled experiments to be performed Virtual Environment: A synthetic world that may be experienced haptically by operation of an electromechanical device that delivers forces to the hand of the user Virtual reality: A hypothetical three-dimensional visual world created by a computer Virtual reality headset: The Primary output device used by a virtual reality system. Tactile feedback Output: in the form of movement or vibrations Mixed reality Systems: as their name suggests, use a combination of physical training environments and technology. Future Warrior systems, or "Wired soldiers"Use information technology to increase an army's tactical advantage over the enemy by improving communication between individual soldiers, units, and commanders. BigDog: These robots are being developed to transport heavy loads Bomb disposal robots- Remote controlled by soldiers, reduce the dangers soldiers face SWORD robot: High-speed robot equipped with weapons Simulators Battlefield Technology Smart Weapons Robots Cyber-Terrorism and Cyber-Warfare Simulators are mostly used for exposing soldiers to the battle field before they are deployed. Examples of simulators include, but are not limited to: Flying Aircraft Piloting A Ship Virtual Reality Environments (Similar to a computer game) Mixed Reality (Combining both virtual reality aspects as well as physical objects) A huge advantage of simulators is the ability to both test soldiers ability on preforming tasks with expensive equipment or in dangerous areas, as well as the ability to review the recorded mission. The soldiers are able to check their performance and work on their skills. In special cases simulators are used to treat PTSD. Scenes are recreated that allow for the soldiers to immerse themselves in the environment. Bibliography The biggest use of IT in battlefield technology is the future warrior systems. These systems are a revolutionary form of tactical aid. They provide: Soldiers Health Stats Allies' Positions Possible Attack Routes Objectives and Paths to Objectives All this information would appear on a soldiers HUD Currently this is not up to par for what the military requires and is still in prototype stages. An alternative to regular warfare Common targets of cyber attacks Infrastructure Viruses, Trojan horses, DOS, or other malware all part of attacks Once a system is infected, it cold be under foreign surveillance for extended periods of time Smart Weapons in this text mostly revolve around the UAV or predator drone. The UAV or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle is used to monitor the battle field from a birds eye view without putting any lives in harms way. The Predator drone is "loaded for bear" or equipped to deal with any violent situations. Predator missiles are very common in taking out buildings or specified targets. UAVs are very expensive, most cost $10 million + UAVs are also used to patrol the US-Mexico border The less talked about smart weapon are the precision guided missiles. Used by lazing a target and then calling in an airstrike to that GPS location.

Symbols? Symbols

Transcript: John Green does a masterful job in depicting different symbols in his award winning book, The Fault in Our Stars. He uses plenty of different symbols to deliver his message to the readers. It's very amusing to see how Green comes up with various things to send out a meaningful message. The symbols that are illustrated in the book are: Augustus's cigarettes, the swing set in Hazel's yard, the book An Imperial Affliction, the stairs and the elevator, grenades, and of course, water Bibliography By: Aalap Parekh "I didn't want to take the elevator because taking the elevator is a Last Days kind of activity" (8) The stairs represent the well and the elevator represents the sick When a person is sick, they are unable to take the stairs, so Hazel isn't ready to be considered sick Hazel will take the elevator when she is dying, meaning when she is in no shape to take the stairs. The Use of Symbolism in the Book The Swing Set Name of Character: Augustus Waters Water, in the book, represents both negative and positive symbols. The negative part is Augustus, whose last name is Waters, suffering through his disease and being in a lot pain “A desert blessing, an ocean curse.” (313) That quote talks about an ocean which is a body of water. Augustus writes that in his letter to Van Houten, describing what the nurse had told him that she was still taking water, which means taking water is a curse The positive representation is also Augustus Waters, who makes Hazel happy Him being alive is the reason Hazel being happy Amsterdam and Indianapolis, the cities the story takes place are both canal cities. Stairs and Elevator Water Symbols? Symbols “I'm a grenade and at some point I'm going to blow up and I would like to minimize the casualties, okay?” (99) Grenade symbolizes death and the suffering that comes before death A grenade takes a little bit of time before it explodes, just like a person suffers bit by bit before dying Hazel says that when she finally explodes (dies), the people will also be hurt (like when people get hurt when a grenade explodes "...And then there are books like An Imperial Affliction, which you can't tell people about, books so special and rare and yours that advertising your affection feels like betrayal" (33) Hazel considers the book, An Imperial Affliction, her own bible because it is the only book about cancer she can relate to Hazel is obsessed with knowing the ending of the book and what happens to Anna's family after the death from Van Houten so she can imagine the same for her own family “It's a metaphor, see: You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but you don't give it the power to do its killing.” (20) The cigarettes represent what Augustus fears, which is cancer Cigarettes contain carcinogen, which causes cancer He is basically saying that if he does not light them, they cannot hurt him, meaning he can control the cancer from going inside his body Towards the ends of the novel, Augustus wants to buy cigarettes and he is unable to do so, symbolizing that he has lost control of his cancer ""Desperately Lonely Swing Set Needs Loving Home," he said. "Lonely, Vaguely Pedophilic Swing Set Seeks the Butts of Children," I said." (123) Hazel's swing set in her yard symbolizes her childhood in a way She is missing her childhood, where she was able to run around, have fun and not worry about illness. When Augustus came over and noticed Hazel's reaction, therefore urging her to sell it. Augustus's Cigarettes Grenades An Imperial Affliction

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