Test your knowledge on  Internet Search Give one example of a search engine.  Google, Alta Vista, Hotbot What is a Netscap...
What does this icon stand for?  What programme is this? Internet Explorer A web browsing programme What does WWW stand for...
In any search result displayed in the Internet, besides the title and the URL of the site, what other information is shown...
If you are not sure of any keyword to use for your search, what will be a good search to start with?  Directories Search W...
Which one of the following is a search engine? (A)Macromedia Flash    (B) Google  (C) Netscape   (D) Electronic card catal...
http://www.classzone.com is an example of what? (A) a URL   (B) an access code   (C) a directory   (D) a server A. a URL W...
To search for information on ‘Nokia mobile phones’ without their advertisements, what Boolean operator would you use?   Wh...
From among these choices, which query is most likely to find pages focused specifically on KLCC which is located in Kuala ...
<ul><li>Which of these searches would normally result in the GREATEST NUMBER of matches, (though not necessarily useful ma...
What is the difference between a Meta Search and a Directory Search?  Directories Able to search according to pre-arranged...
Which of the following is an example of a Boolean search?  (A) Tunku Abdul Rahman  (B) Tunku Abdul Rahman AND Malaysia (C)...
Which of the following statements about meta-search engines is NOT true?  (A)Meta-search engines scan multiple search engi...
<ul><li>Which of the following is an example of effective online searching?  </li></ul><ul><li>Use a search engine, type i...
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Unit1 testing your_internet_skills

  1. 1. Test your knowledge on Internet Search Give one example of a search engine. Google, Alta Vista, Hotbot What is a Netscape Communicator? A web browser programme
  2. 2. What does this icon stand for? What programme is this? Internet Explorer A web browsing programme What does WWW stand for? World Wide Web
  3. 3. In any search result displayed in the Internet, besides the title and the URL of the site, what other information is shown? Description of the page What is the first thing you must do when doing an Internet search? Know the topic and the possible keywords involved
  4. 4. If you are not sure of any keyword to use for your search, what will be a good search to start with? Directories Search Which is the best search tool for finding Web sites that have been recommended by someone else?  (A) subject directories  (B) search engines  (C) meta-search engines  (D) discussion groups A. Subject directories
  5. 5. Which one of the following is a search engine? (A)Macromedia Flash   (B) Google  (C) Netscape   (D) Electronic card catalog What is a URL?  (A)a computer software program   (B)a type of UFO  (C) the address of a document or &quot;page&quot; on the World Wide Web  (D) an acronym for Unlimited Resources for Learning   B. Google C
  6. 6. http://www.classzone.com is an example of what? (A) a URL   (B) an access code   (C) a directory   (D) a server A. a URL What is the Internet? a network linking computers to computers
  7. 7. To search for information on ‘Nokia mobile phones’ without their advertisements, what Boolean operator would you use? Which of the following will give the FEWEST sites? A. Penang Hill B. “Penang Hill&quot; C. Penang and Hill Nokia Mobile Phones NOT advertisement B. “Penang Hill”
  8. 8. From among these choices, which query is most likely to find pages focused specifically on KLCC which is located in Kuala Lumpur? A. “KLCC&quot; B. KLCC or Kuala Lumpur C. “KLCC” Kuala Lumpur D. KLCC C. “KLCC” Kuala Lumpur
  9. 9. <ul><li>Which of these searches would normally result in the GREATEST NUMBER of matches, (though not necessarily useful matches)? </li></ul><ul><li>Malaysia tourism </li></ul><ul><li>“ Malaysia tourism” </li></ul><ul><li>Malaysia AND tourism </li></ul><ul><li>Malaysia OR tourism </li></ul>D. Malaysia OR tourism What are the three main search expressions, or operators, recognized by Boolean logic?  (A)FROM, TO, WHOM   (B) AND, OR, NOT  (C) SEARCH, KEYWORD, TEXT  (D) AND, OR, BUT B
  10. 10. What is the difference between a Meta Search and a Directory Search? Directories Able to search according to pre-arranged subject categories Meta Search With one single click, it searches the best results from the combined pool of the world's leading search engines -- instead of results from only one single search engine. If you want to get information from all available in any of the search engines, what kind of search would be suitable? Meta Search
  11. 11. Which of the following is an example of a Boolean search?  (A) Tunku Abdul Rahman  (B) Tunku Abdul Rahman AND Malaysia (C) “Tunku Abdul Rahman&quot; with “Malaysia&quot;  (D) Tunku Abdul Rahman (Malaysia) (B)
  12. 12. Which of the following statements about meta-search engines is NOT true?  (A)Meta-search engines scan multiple search engines at the same time.  (B) Meta-search engines are a waste of time because they provide very few results.  (C) Meta-search engines provide results based on the keyword(s) submitted.  (D) Meta-search engines can save time, but you shouldn't rely on them totaly. (B)
  13. 13. <ul><li>Which of the following is an example of effective online searching?  </li></ul><ul><li>Use a search engine, type in a keyword of your choice. Then, quickly look through all the results listed and find the ones you think have the most useful information.  </li></ul><ul><li>(B) Think of a topic, list possible sources of information, identify keywords, and begin your search.  </li></ul><ul><li>(C) Visit chat rooms and find out what others are saying about your topic.  </li></ul><ul><li>(D) Post a question about your topic on a message board and read all the responses. </li></ul>(B)
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