Statements of Excellence in Internet Technology

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Great Accomplishments in Internet Technology

The Internet has more than turned our existence upside down: it has revolutionized communications, to the extent that it is now our preferred medium of everyday communication.

In almost everything we do, we use the Internet: ordering a pizza, buying a television, sharing a moment with a friend, sending a picture over instant messaging.

Before the Internet, if you wanted to keep up with the news, you had to walk down to the newsstand when it opened in the morning and buy a local edition reporting what had happened the previous day; today, a click or two is enough to read your local paper and any news source from anywhere in the world, updated up to the minute.

The Internet itself has been transformed over the years. In its early days—which from a historical perspective are still relatively recent—it was a static network designed to shuttle a small freight of bytes or a short message between two terminals. It was a repository of information where content was published and maintained only by expert coders.

Today, however, immense quantities of information are uploaded and downloaded over this electronic leviathan, and the content is very much our own—now we are all commentators, publishers, and creators.

In the 1980s and 1990s, the Internet widened in scope to encompass the IT capabilities of universities and research centers. Later on, public entities, institutions, and private enterprises from around the world were added.

The Internet underwent immense growth; it was no longer a state-controlled project. It became the largest computer network in the world, comprising over 50,000 sub-networks, 4 million systems, and 70 million users.

The emergence of web 2.0 in the first decade of the twenty-first century was itself a revolution in the short history of the Internet, fostering the rise of social media and other interactive, crowd-based communication tools all over the place.

The Internet was no longer concerned with information exchange alone. It was a sophisticated multidisciplinary tool enabling individuals to create content, communicate with one another, and even escape reality.

Today, we can send data from one end of the world to the other in a matter of seconds, give online presentations, live in parallel “game worlds,” and use pictures, video, sound, and text to share our real lives with almost anyone we choose to.

The rise of the Internet has sparked a debate about how online communication affects social relationships: the Internet frees us from geographic fetters and brings us together in topic-based communities that are not tied down to any specific place.

Ours is a networked, globalized society connected by new technologies, and the Internet is the tool we use to interact with one another. Accordingly, it poses new challenges to privacy and security.

Information technologies have brought fundamental change throughout society: in business, education, government, healthcare, and even the ways in which we interact with our loved ones have been modified. It has become one of the key drivers of social evolution.

The changes in social communication are of particular significance: although analogue tools still have their place in some sectors, new technologies are continuing to gain ground every day, transforming our communication practices and possibilities. This is most noticeable among young people.

The Internet has removed communication barriers. Online, the conventional constraints of space and time disappear and there is a dizzyingly wide range of possibilities to communicate. The impact of social media applications has triggered discussion of a “new communication democracy.”

The development of the Internet today is being shaped predominantly by instant, mobile communications. Comprehensive Internet connectivity via smartphones and tablets is leading to an increasingly mobile reality. We are not tied to any single specific device, and everything is in the cloud.

People no longer spend hours gazing at a computer screen after work or class; instead, they use their mobile devices to stay online everywhere, all the time. It could be argued that anyone failing to keep abreast of this radical change is losing out on a great opportunity.

The Internet and Education

The Internet has clearly impacted all levels of education by providing unbounded possibilities for learning—the future is surely going to be a networked future. Anyone can use the Internet to create and share knowledge and develop new ways of teaching and learning that captivate and stimulate students’ imagination at anytime, anywhere, using any device.

By connecting and empowering students and educators, we can speed up economic growth, we can enhance the well-being of society throughout the world.

The network of networks is an inexhaustible source of information, too. What’s more, the Internet has enabled users to move away from their former passive role as mere recipients of messages conveyed by conventional media to an active role, choosing what information to receive, how, and when—the information recipient even decides whether or not they want to stay informed.

The Internet and Culture

As in the sphere of education, the development of information and communication technologies and the wide-ranging effects of globalization are changing what we are and our cultural identity. Ours is a complex world in which culture flows across borders. The concepts of space, time, and distance are losing their conventional meanings because cultural globalization is here. A global movement of cultural processes and initiatives is underway.

The Internet and Personal Relationships

The Internet has also changed the way we interact with our family, friends, acquaintances and life partners. Everyone is connected to everyone else in a simpler, more accessible, and more immediate way now. We can conduct part of our personal relationships using our laptops, smart phones, and tablets.

The benefits of always-online immediate availability are highly significant for long-distance relationships.

As we have seen, the Internet revolution is not just technological—it also operates at a personal level, and throughout the structure of society: the Internet makes it possible for an unlimited number of people to communicate with one another freely and easily.

The Internet and Social and Political Activism

Even before the emergence of social media, pioneering experiments took place in the political sphere. Research has shown that young people who voice their political opinions on the Internet are more inclined to take part in public affairs, and the better informed a citizen is, the more likely they will step into the polling booth, and the better they will express their political liberties.

The Internet has proved to be a decisive communication tool in the latest election campaigns, and thanks to the Internet, causes in the social, welfare, ideological, and political arenas have been spoken up for and have won the support of other citizens sharing those values—in many cases, with a real impact on government decision making.

There are many other examples out there of ways in which the internet has changed the world. Creating it, in fact, is one of the biggest accomplishments mankind has achieved. Wouldn’t you agree? What an exciting and amazing subject to study. Would you like some help getting onto a great program? Let us know how we can help with your written submission materials.