CSC 200

Chapter 16 The World Wide Web - 63 Points

Instructions & Grading

CSI textbook
Updated to 5th Edition

Tim Berners-Lee

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Basic Instructions

[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.

Assignment Details

(3 points) People in Computer Science - Tim Berners-Lee
(pages 523)

  1. What is the global hypertext project that he created known as today?
  2. What organization was Tim working when he created this project?
  3. 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

  • #13 - #22

(7 points) 16.1 Spinning the Web

  • #23 - #27, #30

(4 points) 16.2 HTML

  • #34, #38 - #40

(8 points) 16.3 Interactive Web Pages

  • #44 - #46, #48, #49, #51

(11 points) 16.4 XML

  • #52, #54, #63 (7 points) Only need what the acronym means, #66, #67

(2 points) 16.5 Social Networks

  • #71, #72

(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.

Submission

  • Print your Word document.
  • Submit at the start of class on or before the due date.

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