Updated to 5th Edition
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[10-25-13] Made corrections to typos.
- Create a professional Word document. Include your name, course number and chapter number at the top of each page.
- Each question is worth one point except for the Thought Questions.
- Print your completed document and submit at the START of class on the due date. Hand-written assignments or late assignments will NOT be accepted.
- Include the number of each question in your document. Answer only the assigned questions.
- Write your answers in your own words.
- Do not cut and paste answers from your textbook nor a web site. Submitting answers found on any web site is a violation of the NRCC Honor code.
(3 points) People in Computer Science - Tim Berners-Lee
- What is the global hypertext project that he created known as today?
- What organization was Tim working when he created this project?
- What organization did Tim found that today creates the various standards used for the web?
(12 points) True False
- #1 - #12 Write T or F on your paper, not A or B
(10 points) Matching
(7 points) 16.1 Spinning the Web
(4 points) 16.2 HTML
(8 points) 16.3 Interactive Web Pages
(11 points) 16.4 XML
- #52, #54, #63 (7 points) Only need what the acronym means, #66, #67
(2 points) 16.5 Social Networks
(9 points) Thought Questions
3 points each. Write a paragraph or more to answer each question.
- #2 Be sure you answer all the questions about your website.
- #3 Answer all the question about web based or distance education courses.
- #4 Write a couple of paragraphs about your vision of the future of the web.