Activity 11 common online terminologies

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Activity 11 common online terminologies

  1. 1. Lee Subin Bachelor of Secondary Education University of Santo Tomas
  2. 2. • Also called as Electronic mail. • Contains files, images, or other attachments. • Hello12345 (alias, user) @ hithere.com (at sign) (domain name) When writing a new e-mail message a window similar to the left example will appear. Several fields are required when sending an e-mail, the From or Reply-To is a field that is automatically filled out and is where the e-mail will return if a reply is made. http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/e/email.htm - E-MAIL
  3. 3. • The simplest online database that could possibly work • Hyperlinks and simple text syntax • Building blocks of wikis are the “comments” from visitors • Easy to swap ideas and information on projects • Increase creativity, expertise and productivity • Allows users to freely create and edit Web page content using any Web browser. http://www.wiki.com/whatiswiki.htm Wiki.org/wiki.cgi?whatiswiki
  4. 4. • Tagging a website and saving it for later. • Instead saving to web browser, saving them to the web. • Easily share with friends • Not only save favorite websites and send them to friends, but also look ate what other people have found interesting enough to tag. • Able to search through what people have bookmarked by typing in what you are looking for in the search tool http://webtrends.about.com/od/socialbookmarking101/p/aboutsocialtags.htm
  5. 5. • Hyper Text Makeup Language • Language of web pages-the markup language that browsers read to render web pages • The earlier a version is, the more browser support there is      DOCTYPE declaration defines document type Text between <html> and </html> describes web page Text between <body> and </body> is visible page content Text between <h1> and </h1> is displayed as heading Text between <p> and </p> is displayed as paragraph http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_intro.asp http://webdesign.about.com/od/htmlxhtmltutorials/a/what-is-html.htm
  6. 6. • Digital media files (most often audio, as well as video), which are produced in series • Able to subscribe to a series of files, or podcast, by using piece of software called softcatcher • Attracts people who want the ability to choose their own content • Easy and powerful way to communicate ideas and messages. • Often start shows with the intention of building online communities and often solicit comments and feedback on their programs. http://podcasting.about.com/od/basics101/a/whatis.htm
  7. 7. • Voice over Internet Protocol • Allows telephone calls to be made over computer networks like internet • Offers a substantial cost saving • Greater potential for dropped calls and degraded voice quality when underlying network links are under heavy load http://compnetworking.about.com/cs/voicefaxoverip/g/bldef_voip.htm
  8. 8. • World Wibe Web • Consist public Web sites connected to the Internet worldwide • Technologies: -HTML: Hypertext Markup Language -HTTP- Hypertext Transfer Protocol -Web servers and Web browsers • Tim Berners-Lee led the development of original World Wide Web in the late 1980s and early 1990s http://compnetworking.about.com/cs/worldwideweb/g/bldef_www.htm
  9. 9. • Communication through the net and offers immediate or instant broadcast of textbased messages from sender to recipient • Easy, very fast and convenient • Involves real-time instant text messaging in chat room • Allows to communicate with different kinds of people from all over the world • People can ask questions and receive answers on products and services, computer troubleshooting and more http://www.ehow.com/about_537346_definition-internetchat.html?ref=Track2&utm_source=ask http://www.ask.com/question/what-is-internet-chat
  10. 10. • Two ways to listen to or watch audio and video files. -download the file to your computer and watch the file after it resides there -start a progressive download of the file, where the file isn’t downloaded to your computer in a lasting way (Streaming) • When you stream a file, you will get to listen to or watch it, but won’t have the file on your computer to do things with later • If you listen to a radio station online, you will stream the music, since you’re listening live and couldn’t download all the songs that they play. • Instead, your computer connects to the radio station and receives an on going audio feed, or stream, with the radio station’s programming http://ipod.about.com/od/glossary/g/streaming_def.htm
  11. 11. • Describe different type of Websites and Portals which share information on specific topics or wider categories • Blogging -Skill to run and manage a Blog • Things needed for a Blog: - Domain Name - Web hosting • Any topic in which you are expert can be a blog http://blogginggame.com/what-is-blogging-who -is-blogger-what-is-blog/
  12. 12. • Grouping of individuals into specific groups • Possible in workplace, universities, and highschools • Web sites are known as social sites • Function like an online community of internet users • MySpace, FriendFinder, Yahoo! 360, Facebook, Orkut, and Classmates http://www.whatissocial networking.com/
  13. 13. • Uniform Resource Locator • Form of URI and is a standardized naming convention for addressing documents accessible over the Internet or Intranet • • • • http:// - HyperText Transfer Protocol www. – World Wide Web Computerhope.com – domain name url.htm – actual web page on the domain http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/u/url.htm
  14. 14. • Web feed lets websites continuously “feed” • Rather than go to various websites to find the information you want, you can subscribe to feeds of your favorite sites using a feed reader • Depending on your interests you may have to visit several websites to get the information you want by subscribing to a web feed and get a feed. https://www.weelsfargo.com/help/rss/

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