Communication: From Hieroglyphs to Hyperlinks Teacher's Guide

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Communication: From Hieroglyphs to Hyperlinks
Richard Platt
Foreword by Jonathan S. Adelstein
This book explores the technologies that we use to share information and "talk" to one another, from the alphabet to television and the Internet. Learn about significant moments in communication history, such as the invention of the telephone and the origins of the World Wide Web. Discover how photography saves lives, how radio waves are used in space travel, and how communication is used during times of war.
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