That's easy. Computers. Even when a computer is NOT Internet-enabled, it is still a valuable teaching tool. Software programs make it a drill and practice master, or a teaching tool with interactive simulations, or a word processing tool that encourages proofreading and editing and actually enables it, too. Presentations can still be designed on it, even without the Internet's resources. It can still present media to students, such as video on CD or DVD. It has LOTS of uses besides just the WWW.
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What technology besides the Internet is the most important learning tool, and why?
An Explanation of the Value Chain Analysis
Value Chain Analysis
What is the Value Chain Analysis:
This describes the activities that take place in a business and relates them to an analysis of the competitive strength of the company.
Task: Provide an outline on value chain analysis and include information on all of the following:
Value chain activities can be grouped into two categories:
- Primary Activities - Those that are primarily concerned with creating and delivering a product (e.g. component assembly)
- Support Activities - Activities (e.g., human resource management) that might increase effectiveness or efficiency
Also, Value Chain Analysis Includes:
- Technology (That which can be used for partnering activities that might add value) to a company's value chain.
- Innovative approaches toward business functions
- Use of the Internet for human resource management (recruitment and management of existing staff), competitive analysis (e.g., collection of intelligence), collection of corporate data for new product development (e.g., internal analysis of sales records to identify potential new products for customers), and increasing responsiveness and effectiveness through the use of Internet technology for customer service and marketing