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NAVIGATION
Email
Wiki
Social bookmarking
HTML
Podcast
VoIP
Online Chat
WWW
Streaming
Blog
Social Networking
URL
Webfeed
Email
• or electronic mail
• it is similar to delivering a letter the traditional way, only this requires
internet connect...
Wiki
• ‘Collaborative web site’
• the term was derived from the Hawaiian word 'wikiwiki' which means
'fast'
• a server pro...
Social Bookmarking
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allow users to tag a website and saving it for future use
it also enables people to bookmark o...
HTML
• or HyperText Markup Language
• it used to format text and multimedia documents
and also to insert hypertext links b...
Podcast
• it is a wordplay between the words iPod and
broadcast
• or netcast is a digital medium that contains audio,
vide...
VoIP
• or Voice over Internet Protocol
• enables telephone calls to be made over computer
networks
• calls can be made on ...
Online Chat
• it is a real-time communication between two users
with the use of a computer
• it can either be with the use...
WWW
• or World Wide Web
• "The World Wide Web is the universe of networkaccessible information, an embodiment of human
kno...
Streaming
• a way of listening to or watching an audio or and a
video file
• multimedia files can be played without downlo...
Blog
• also known as 'online diary'
• is composed of personal opinions, activities, and
experiences posted on a website
• ...
Social Networking
• or sometimes abbreviated as SNS
• is an internet-based social media program used to
connect with other...
URL
• stands for Uniform Resource Locator
• it is a formatted text string used by web browsers
and other softwares in
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Web Feed
• a document that contains content items with web
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• some common sources are news webs...
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common online terminologies

  1. 1. C ommon O T nline erminologies By Ma. Eina Mikhaela B. Gatpandan Bachelor of Elementary Education Major In Preschool Education University of Santo Tomas
  2. 2. NAVIGATION Email Wiki Social bookmarking HTML Podcast VoIP Online Chat WWW Streaming Blog Social Networking URL Webfeed
  3. 3. Email • or electronic mail • it is similar to delivering a letter the traditional way, only this requires internet connection • enables a person to send a mail to other person's email account anywhere in the world within seconds • the receiver of the mail is given the choice to forward it to others or print it • electronic mailboxes also provides notifications whenever an account receives a new mail from another person • Some webmails are Yahoo, Google, AOL and Outlook.com
  4. 4. Wiki • ‘Collaborative web site’ • the term was derived from the Hawaiian word 'wikiwiki' which means 'fast' • a server program that enables different users to participate in composing • the content of the website • Wiki websites give the users the opportunity to create and edit the content • The most popular Wiki website is Wikipedia
  5. 5. Social Bookmarking • • • • allow users to tag a website and saving it for future use it also enables people to bookmark online for easy sharing allows people to save his/her favorite websites some popular social bookmarking sites are Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google Plus and Tumblr
  6. 6. HTML • or HyperText Markup Language • it used to format text and multimedia documents and also to insert hypertext links between documents, used on the World Wide Web • contains markup symbols or codes intended for display on a World Wide Web page
  7. 7. Podcast • it is a wordplay between the words iPod and broadcast • or netcast is a digital medium that contains audio, video, PDF or ePub files • downloaded or streamed online to a computer or a mobile device • one of the most popular podcast is Itunes
  8. 8. VoIP • or Voice over Internet Protocol • enables telephone calls to be made over computer networks • calls can be made on the Internet with the use of a VoIP service provider and standard computer audio systems
  9. 9. Online Chat • it is a real-time communication between two users with the use of a computer • it can either be with the use of simply typing a text or with the use of a webcam for a person to appear on a monitor
  10. 10. WWW • or World Wide Web • "The World Wide Web is the universe of networkaccessible information, an embodiment of human knowledge."
  11. 11. Streaming • a way of listening to or watching an audio or and a video file • multimedia files can be played without downloading a file
  12. 12. Blog • also known as 'online diary' • is composed of personal opinions, activities, and experiences posted on a website • it is similar to a journal, regularly updated chronological posts can be viewed in a blog • an individual who runs a blog is called a 'blogger'
  13. 13. Social Networking • or sometimes abbreviated as SNS • is an internet-based social media program used to connect with other people • an act of expanding the number of one's business and/or social contacts by making connections with other individuals • some popular sites are Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, and Tumblr
  14. 14. URL • stands for Uniform Resource Locator • it is a formatted text string used by web browsers and other softwares in • identifying a network resource on the Internet • it can be identified as the address of a specific Web site or file on the Internet • most URLs begin with "http"
  15. 15. Web Feed • a document that contains content items with web links to lengthier versions • some common sources are news websites and blogs
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