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  • Benefits of Exam Office Systems & TechnologyGame Directions CAP ExamGame Preparation Game Pieces Play the game Objectives Credits Karen Sliger, CPSCopyright Notice University of Tennessee at Martin
  • Benefits of CertificationImprove your professional qualificationsIncrease your skills and knowledgeRaise your professional self-esteemCollege CreditINCREASED SALARY- 9% RAISE Back to Home Page
  • Game DirectionsThe goal of this game is to prepare you for questionscovering Office Systems & Technology for the CAP exam.To play the game go to Play Game.Answer the question. Click next question to go forward.Be sure to make notes on your list of Key Terms as you playalong.The one with the most correct answers wins! Back to Home Page
  • Game PreparationRead and review Key Terms from Chpts. 1 & 2 ofDiscovering Computers 2011.Print off copy of the Game Pieces slide whichcontains a list of Key Terms. This will be usedduring the game as a reference and also to makenotes.Quiz Yourself later…Print off Key Terms from slide.Cut out each term. Place in a box or hat. Pull oneout and see if you can recall what it is. Back to Home Page
  • Game Pieces Back to Home PageComputer Literacy Computer SoftwareData Information Graphical User InterfaceInformation Processing Cycle Hardware Systems SoftwareInput Device Output Device Operating SystemSystem Unit Motherboard Utility ProgramCPU USB Flash Drive Application SoftwareCommunications Device User ConvergenceGarbage in, Garbage out Green Computing MainframeNetwork Server SupercomputerSocial Networking Site Blog Embedded ComputerMicroblog Podcast TelecommutingWeb Application Web 2.0 ARPANETWi-Fi DSL FTTPISP IP Address Domain NameURL Tabbed Browsing Search EngineStreaming Plug-In Netiquette
  • Objectives•This game is intended to help yourecall information covering OfficeSystems & Technology•Prepare you for the CAP exam. Back to Home Page
  • CreditsShelley, G., & Veermaat, M. (2011). Discovering Computers2011, Living in a Digital World, Complete. Boston, MA:Cengage Learning. Back to Home Page
  • CopyrightCopyright 2011 Karen Sliger Back to Home Page
  • What consists of programs designed to make usersmore productive and/or assist them with personaltasks? A widely used type of this used is a webbrowser. Information Processing Cycle Input Device Server Application Software Home Page Next Question
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  • Reducing the electricity consumed and environmentalwaste generated when using a computer is calledwhat? Green Computing Convergence Telecommuting Streaming Previous Question Home Page Next Question
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  • The series of input, process, output, and storageactivities is referred to as: Garbage In, Garbage Out Information Processing Cycle Web Application Utility Program Previous Question Home Page Next Question
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  • What is considered having a current knowledgeand understanding of computers and their use? Hardware User Netiquette Computer Literacy Previous Question Home Page Next Question
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  • Collection of unprocessed items is called: Information Software Data System Unit Previous Question Home Page Next Question
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  • This term refers to Web sites that provide a means forusers to share personal information, allow users tomodify the web site contents, and/or have softwarebuilt into the site for users to access. Search Engine Web 2.0 Web Application Graphical User Interface Previous Question Home Page Next Question
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  • This allows users to publish short messages, usuallybetween 100 and 200 characters, for others to read.Twitter is an example. Microblog Wi-Fi Social Networking Site DSL Previous Question Home Page Next Question
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  • This allows users to perform maintenance-type tasksusually related to managing a computer, itsdevices, or its programs. Software Utility Program Systems Software Graphical User Interface Previous Question Home Page Next Question
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  • The trend of computers and devices withtechnologies that overlap that leads to computermanufacturers continually releasing newer modelsthat include similar functionality and features. Embedded Computer Netiquette Convergence Streaming Previous Question Home Page Next Question
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  • The code of acceptable behaviors users should followwhile on the Internet; that is, it is the conductexpected of individuals while online. Motherboard Garbage In, Garbage Out Telecommuting Netiquette Previous Question Home Page Finish
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