a program used to explore the Internet.
a way people in different places can "talk" to each other by typing their words into a computer.
|search engine|| |
One of many different software programs you can use to find Web sites, Web pages, and Internet files.
|database||collection of reliable research material stored on a regulated website|
A blinking line or shape on the screen that tells you where the next character will go
to get a file from the Internet, and save it on your own computer or flash drive.
|antivirus||a program that finds and destroys computer viruses|
a tiny picture on the screen that represents a program or file.
Emails/Websites that are used in an attempt to trick a user into giving up private information.
the TV-like part of the computer that you look at to see information
unwanted commercial email
the programs that run on a computer
the address of a website on the World Wide Web.
Universal Serial Bus: universal ports by which peripherals are connected to the computer
a computer program that was written to purposely damage computer systems
the parts of a computer system that you can touch (ie. mouse, monitor, printer...)
to send a file from your computer to another system, across the network.
|Call Number|| |
a number or set of letters used in libraries to organize books and indicate where they can be found on the shelves.
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