Bremmer, Ian. “Davos 2016: How Technology Is Shaping Our World.” Time, Time, 20 Jan. 2016, Accessed 14 Mar. 2017. This article written by Ian Bremmer discusses how technology has affected the world. In this article, Bremmer mentions how technology is taking over low-skill jobs and has allowed for extreme medical advancement. In contrast, technology has also evolved modern warfare to be even more harmful and has not improved education. Overall, technology has potential to be very positively impactful and could even help global warming. This article is an reliable source since it comes from Time Magazine, an esteemed new company, and the article is written recently by an author and political scientist. This source could be very helpful to use to show how technology can be used harmfully and how it could potentially have negative effects.
Dishman, Lydia. “Why Coding Is Still The Most Important Job Skill Of The Future | Fast Company | The Future Of Business.” Fast Company, Fast Company & Inc, 14 June 2016, Accessed 14 Mar. 2017. Lydia Dishman, in this article, argues that coding is becoming very important in all kinds of jobs while coding careers are declining in popularity. Jobs in coding declined in 2016 but more jobs all around require coding skills. This article was written in the past year and includes relevant statistics by a popular and successful news company and magazine. Lydia Dishman, the author, is a business journalist who regularly writes for very well respected news companies and is also a co-author of a novel. This article proves that coding is a very important and rewarding skill to have that will very much be part of the future.
Eastman, Hayley, et al. “Communication changes with technology, social media.” The Daily Universe, The Daily Universe – Brigham Young University, 2 Dec. 2014, Accessed 14 Mar. 2017. This article gives data on how quickly technology has revolutionized communication. The amount of people using email, text and social media are increasing nearly exponentially. Social media and text messages are used very frequently every day, and may be taking time away from people communicating face to face. This source is a university newspaper, but an accredited one. The author, Hayley Eastman is a student majoring in journalism and is a lifestyle reporter for The Daily Universe. This source could be an excellent reference to show how much technology has changed communication.
Johnson, George. “The World: In Silica Fertilization; All Science Is Computer Science.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 24 Mar. 2001, Accessed 14 Mar. 2017. This article is from The New York Times, so it is very reliable. This source is dated however, written in 2001 but by a awarded author and journalist, George Johnson. The article details how biology and physics as well as other sciences are becoming more dependent on computers. Scientists use computers for analysis and also for simulations and these technologies have made it much easier to make discoveries. In fact, there are many different types of computational of science now that are used for heavy calculations among other uses. This source was very informational and helpful to show how widespread technology is. This also proves that no matter what career, technology and computers will play a large part in it.
University, Purdue. “Growing Up with Technology.” Purdue University Online, 11 Sept. 2014, Accessed 14 Mar. 2017. An article by the university of Purdue, this piece of writing centers around how technology has changed the education experience for young children. Since the latest generation of children have been born into a world where technology is abundant and omnipresent, they have quickly adapted and are benefitting from these technologies in their learning. Technology allows students to have a more personalized experience and motivate more children to learn. Purdue University is a respected university which was founded in 1869 and has a long-standing reputation. This article shows how technology is changing the way children are learning in school, from the former chalk boards to new screens and are reaping the benefits.


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