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The Internet

The Internet






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    • Internet
    • a worldwide system for linking smaller networks together
    • Brief History of the Internet
    • Internet Services
      • Electronic mail (e-mail)
      • A type of electronic, public bulletin board
      • Information search capabilities
      • Access to highly specialized computer programs
      • “Live” communication
      • Audio communication
      • Video-based communication
    • Network Terms
      • E-mail – a method of electronic communication that enables users to send and receive messages from one user to another.
      • FTP (file transfer protocol) – a protocol that allows users to retrieve files and transfer information from one computer to another over the Internet.
      • HTML (hypertext markup language) – the programming language that defines the format of a World Wide Web page.
      • HTTP (hypertext transfer protocol) – the Web protocol that ensures compatibility before transferring information.
      • IRC (Internet relay chat) – a text based program that allows users to chat live across the Internet.
      • Java – an object-oriented programming language used to create interactive applications for Web pages.
      • Search engine – software that provides key word search capability of registered websites.
      • URL (uniform resource locator) – the address for a Web page containing the protocol type, domain, directory, and name of the page.
    • Web browser – software used to search the World Wide Web and to access multimedia information on the Internet.
    • Organization Abbreviations
      • commercial com
      • educational edu
      • government
      (U.S.) gov
      • military (U.S.) mil
      • service
      networks net
      • nonprofit
      organization org
      • business biz
      • cooperative
      businesses coop
      • open to
      anyone info
      • museum museum
      • personal registrations
      • licensed professionals
      • air transportation
    • International Abbreviations
      • Australia au
      • Canada ca
      • Italy it
      • Mexico mx
      • Netherlands nl
      • Philippines ph
    • The World Wide Web
      • The Web is a network of networks that allows you to access, view, and maintain documents that can include text, data, sound, and video.
    • Netiquette
      • Keep your message short and simple.
      • Identify yourself as the sender.
      • Double check the address or URL before sending a message.
      • Don’t write anything you would not want somebody other than the receiver to read.
      • Check spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
      • Be sensitive to others.
      • Don’t use sarcasm.
      • Be careful with humor.
      • Cooperate and share.
      • Carefully consider copyright.
      • Be alert for obscenity.
    • Resources
      • Instructional Technology and Media for Learning 8th Ed. , Sharon E. Smaldino, James D. Russell, RoberthHeinich, Michael Molenda
      • http://www.google.com.ph/images
      • http://www.youtube.com
    • Activity
      Search the Internet for sites to a topic of your choice. Document your search strategy and submit the results of your search.