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46-58 computer literacy

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is a network that covers a large geographical area, such as one that connects the district offices of a national corporation Wide Area Network
Wide Area Network WAN
is a worldwide collection of networks that links together millions of computers by means of modems, telephone lines, cables, and other communication devices and media Internet
is an organization that supplies connections to the Internet for a monthly fee Internet Service Provider
Internet Service Provider ISP
provides access to the Internet, but it also provides a variety of other specialized content and services such as financial data, hardware and software guides, news, weather, and legal information Online Service Provider
Online Service Provider OSP
A system of Internet servers that uses HTTP to transfer specially formatted documents World Wide Web
World Wide Web WWW or “Web”
is a document that contains text, graphics, sound, and/or hyperlinks to other Web documents Web Page
is a related collection of Web pages Web Sites
a software program allowing people to view Web pages on the Internet. examples: Microsoft Explorer Netscape Web Browser
a Web page’s unique address on the Internet Uniform Resource Locator
Uniform Resource Locator URL
is the communications standard used to transfer pages on the Web Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Hypertext Transfer Protocol http
indicates who wrote and maintains the Web page Domain Name
is a computer that delivers (serves) requested Web pages Web Server
conducting business activities online Electronic Commerce
Electronic Commerce e-commerce
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