Web 2.0 is about world-shattering fresh ways to create, editing and sharing the content online. It is also about the ease of use without the need of teachers or downloading information and users can master the site and tools in minutes. (Discovedry Education Web 2.0 tools, 2013) This is the second generation web (World Wide Web), but it is also a collective attempt that involves more interaction of users and permits many users to network with each other at one time by networking, blogging, and tagging, just to name a few features. Web 2.0 allows many businesses to communicate and interact with each other all over the world. Through social interaction, participation and collaboration users can participate actively on several web sites. There are several applications and technologies that include AJAX, tagging, blogs, wikis, podcasting, and Real Simple Syndication. AJAX is a technology that will allow specific portions of the website to refresh instead of the whole page to refreshing. This speeds up the response time a user will gain the information. Another advantage to Web 2.0, business can gain a large amount of information for its users by the information they are searching for. Tagging allows pieces of information to be classified largely. “Tagging allows users to place information in multiple, overlapping associations rather than in rigid categories.” (Rainer, R. K., Jr. & Turban, E/University of Phoenix Axia College, 2009, p. 147). Blogs are personal websites where people can express their feelings, opinions much like using an online public diary. Certain blogs web sites are well-known and have a large impact on businesses due to people can share their experiences, both positive and negative. Wikis is a websites that allows
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WEB 236 Week 1 DQ 2
According to Zhang, Prybutok, Ryan, and Pavur (2009), what are three factors to consider for building trust within a company’s target audience? How are these factors relevant to website planning?
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Type the career field you’ve chosen to write about here: _____Criminalistics_______ __________.
1. Review the five (5) Web sites related to the career you selected in Week 7.
As you conduct your online research, keep in mind that your career essay will include the following required information:
Description of the career and the position you would like to obtain.
Chaparral Ecosystem: Food Chains, Webs, and Energy
Use the following images from a Chaparral ecosystem to create a food chain, food web and energy pyramid.
1. Identify organisms and their trophic level
2. Show energy flow in a food chain
3. Show a food web and illustrate the direction of energy flow.
4. Describe how pollutants can be transferred within a food web.
5. Predict what might happen if certain organisms are removed from the food web.
1. Cut out the pictures…
THE TRULY MOBILE WEB Introduction: Six Issues We Need to Address First
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc. October 2012
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The Truly Mobile Web - Six Issues We Need to Address First
Table of Contents Summary ............................................................................................... 1 Catching up to the wired Web .............................................…
To understand and explain consumer responses to coordinated television-web (TV-W) campaigns, we should understand the processes behind the ad encoding and retrieval. According to Edell and Keller (1989) each sensory mode used (e.g. audio, video) has ability either to evoke direct cognitive or affective responses or serve as a distraction to other modes. A typical TV ad uses multiple sensory modes by combining audio and video at the same time. The multimode nature of TV could…
"Automobiles." Automobiles. n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. .
Bellis, Mary. "Automobile History." About.com Inventors. n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2013. .
Bottorff, William. "What Was The First Car? A Quick History of the Automobile for Young People." The First Car. n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2013. .
"The Impact of the Automobile on the 20th Century." The History of the Automobile. n.d. Web. 21 Nov. 2013. .
"The Invention of the Modern Automobile." The Invention of the Modern Automobile. n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. .
Faster and lighter aircraft were being produced, there were more air craft carriers in the ocean than ever before and by 1916 the U.S. navy made pilotless drones to fight their battles.2
1 ‘Airplane Timeline.’ N.p., n.d. Web. 2 June 2015.
2 ‘12 Technological Advancements of World War I.’ Mental Floss, n.d. Web. 2 June 2015.
With all these air craft flying around there had to be some way of communication, but wired comm. lines were being tapped all the time and waving your hands frantically to signal…
introduction or the specified conclusion of the
• The thesis may appear as one sentence or multiple sentences.
• A thesis that merely restates the prompt is unacceptable.
• The thesis CANNOT count as meaning, evidence, or grouping.
2. Understands the basic meaning of documents.
• Students must address all nine of the documents.
• Students must demonstrate understanding of the basic meaning of at least eight
• Students may demonstrate the basic meaning of a document by…
AP® WORLD HISTORY
2008 SCORING GUIDELINES
Question 2—Continuity/Change over Time
BASIC CORE (competence)
Note: Points should normally be allotted in the order of these scoring guidelines.
No “double-dipping” should occur.
1. Has acceptable thesis.
• The thesis correctly specifies BOTH change and continuity in Indian Ocean commerce
from 650 C.E. to 1750 C.E.
• The thesis must be explicitly stated in the introduction or the conclusion of the essay.
• The thesis may appear as one…
An Introduction to System Concepts and Systems Architecture
2.1. (BL 2) There are a number of possibilities. Here are two: a functional representation, in which the components include the digestive system, circulatory system, skeletal system, nervous system, muscular system, respiratory system, reproductive system, etc. The digestive system can be broken further into the stomach, intestines, liver, bladder, rectum, and so on. Another system representation would be physical. System components…