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Integrating Tech

Developing and Using Web-Based Learning Activities

Domain Name A required part of a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) on the Internet that indicates what kind of group owns the server
Design A first step in web development that involves planning what the website will look like.
Download To bring information to a computer from the Internet or other network or from a computer to a disc
Electronic Field Trip Online activities in which students explore unique locations around the world and/or communicate with learners at those sites
Electronic Mentor Subject matter expert who volunteers to work closely with students online
Electronic Publishing Activity when students submit their written or artistic products to a website
Flash A type of hypermedia authoring software from Adobe that has become commonly used to create interactive web-based animations
Google Docs Tools offered through a special Google site that provide users access to online programs for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations; the site offers storage of documents on a Google server and allows for sharing of documents among multiple users
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) The primary authoring language used to develop web pages
Java Originally called OAK, a high-level programming language developed by Sun Microsystems. An object oriented language similar to C++, it has become popular for its ability to do interactive graphic and animation activities on web pages
Created by: MorganAbernathy