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Norrie, Huber, Piercy, McKeown Introduction to Business Information Systems Second Canadian Edition TEST BANK Chapter 8 1. Moving from a passive site that basically displays information to a site that permits interaction with visitors or users is commonly referred to as _____ web. a) interactive b) dynamic c) static d) generated e) automatic 2. Blogs and conversation threads are commonly referred to as: a)...

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Norrie, Huber, Piercy, McKeown Introduction to Business Information Systems Second Canadian Edition TEST BANK Chapter 8 1. Moving from a passive site that basically displays information to a site that permits interaction with visitors or users is commonly referred to as _____ web. a) interactive b) dynamic c) static d) generated e) automatic 2. Blogs and conversation threads are commonly referred to as: a) user-generated content (UGC) b) semantic web c) social utility d) invitational design 3. _____ is a next-generationbut not separateweb that makes information sharing and exchange easier by focusing on content, searchability, and interpretability at a technical level. a) User-generated content (UGC) b) The semantic web c) Social utility d) Invitational design 4. Which term suggests that you only spend time on sites that are useful to you, and that the time invested on the site somehow contributes to your happiness or social satisfaction, or creates social opportunities for you?

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