How Technology has Impacted My Communication Skills

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Instructions

Many topics in the course thus far have highlighted the obligations of senders and receivers as well as the problems that can occur from blunders. For this essay, you will consider how technology has impacted your own communication skills as a sender and receiver. Examine your ongoing role as a sender and receiver. Consider your obligatory and selected communications on any given day.

In your essay, respond to the points below.

  • Do you believe technology has improved your communication/public speaking skills? Why, or why not?
  • How has technology made it more difficult to be a listener? Why, or why not?
  • What is an example of a time when technology either made communications more or less effective in your life?
  • What advice can you give to someone struggling to overcome communication obstacles resulting from technology?

Your essay should be a minimum of two pages in length, not counting the title

and reference pages. Be sure to include an introduction. You are required to

use a minimum of two outside source

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Marrie
School: Purdue University

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Running head: TECHNOLOGY

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How Technology has Impacted My Communication Skills
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Institution Affiliation

Technology

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Introduction
It has become a requirement to use technology in communication. It is now ingrained
in human lives in the form of social media, chat rooms, emails, faxes, mobile phones, and
texting. New technologies will change the way of communication as time goes on and it is up
to everyone to accept them or not.
Do you Believe Technology has Improved Your Communication Skills? Why, or Why
not?
Yes, absolutely. Personally, it is easy for me to express my thoughts to a large group
of people through chat rooms compared to face to face dialogue. Technology led to the
invention of social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter which have improved my
digital skills of communication (Cantoni & Danowski, 2015). When I want to communicate
short messages, I resort to texting because most do not necessitate a long response. Phone
calls allow m...

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