Ch05 - CHAPTER 5 Network Applications Chapter Outline 5.1 Network Applications 5.2 Web 2.0 5.3 E-Learning and Distance Learning 5.4 Telecommuting

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CHAPTER 5 Network Applications
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Chapter Outline 5.1 Network Applications 5.2 Web 2.0 5.3 E-Learning and Distance Learning 5.4 Telecommuting
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Learning Objectives Describe the four major network applications. Discuss the various techniques, applications, and web sites that fall under the umbrella of Web 2.0. Differentiate between e-learning and distance learning. Understand the advantages and disadvantages of telecommuting for both employers and employees.
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Chapter Opening Case
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Chapter Opening Case (continued)
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Computer Networks Connected computers: Work together Are interdependent Exchange data with each other
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Size of Computer Networks Home computer network National computer network Global computer network
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5.1 Network Applications Discovery Communications Collaboration Web services
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Discovery Search engines Metasearch engines Discovery of material in foreign languages Portals
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Four Largest Search Engines Google Yahoo Microsoft Network Ask
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Other Interesting Search Engines FilesTube Search and download files from file sharing and upload sites GoSasa Metasearch engine that finds free online classified ads of all kinds
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Interesting Search Engines (continued) Burrp Urban lifestyle guide will help you find a Thai restaurant in New York or a night spot in Mumbai Gnosh Metasearch tool that lets you search large media sites as well as social search engines
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Metasearch Engines Surf-Wax Metacrawler Mamma
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Metasearch Engines (continued) KartOO Dogpile
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Publication of Material in Foreign Languages Translation products include: Altavista Google Trados
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Altavista Translator
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2011 for the course M I S 204 taught by Professor Yvonnegreewood during the Fall '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Ch05 - CHAPTER 5 Network Applications Chapter Outline 5.1 Network Applications 5.2 Web 2.0 5.3 E-Learning and Distance Learning 5.4 Telecommuting

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