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Communication
The successful transmission of information through a common, signs, behavior, speech, writing, or signals
Communication Technology
Using a variety of knowledge, tools and skills to transfer information.
Communication Systems
A System that forms a link between and sender and a receiver, making possible the exchange of information
Data Communication
involves sending and receiving information via computers.
Optics
Involves systems that use light to transmit and record messages
Technical Design
Involves drawings that describe technical design or systems such as drafting, mechanical drawing, and engineering design.
Graphic Production
Involves communication through printed images such as computer graphics, screen printing, lithography, and gravure printing.
Audio & Video
Involves communicating through broadcasting images and sound such as radios, televisions, telephones, record players, tape players, compact disc players, etc.
Integrated Systems
Communicating through a variety of systems that overlap such as digitization of telecommunications.
Alphabet
Enabled people to store information with each other without having to be physically present
Printing Press
Enabled the mass production of books and sharing of knowledge
Movable Type
The first significant invention the made mass production of written material
Photography
Developed in the 1800s, this allowed people to see for the first time, the horrors of war
Telegraph
Samuel Morse's telegraphy formed the basis for the transmitting of electronic signals over wire at the speed of light
Telephone
Enabled voice messages to be transmitted electronically over long distances
Phonograph
First audio storage and retrieval invention
Radio
In 1910, Marconi invented the radio, which eliminated the need for transmission wires to communicate, enabled instantaneous mass communication, and brought about broadcasting
Television
Mass produced after WWII, it provided both picture and sound and greatly increased the impact of mass communication.
Transistor
Enabled electronic devices to be reduced in size with increased reliability.
Micro Chip
Invented in 1958, this device permitted the development of smaller and more powerful computers.
O.S.H.A
Occupational safety and Health Act
"Type A" Fire Extinguisher
Should be used for fires that involve paper, wood, or cloth
"Type B" Fire Extinguisher
For burning oil, ink or solvents, grease
"Type C" Fire Extinguisher
Electrical Panels or Wire
M.S.D.S.
Material Safety Data Sheet
Safety Red
Stop! or Danger!
Safety Orange
Warning!
Safety Yellow
Caution
Safety Green
Safety!
Safety Blue
Safety Information