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Which of the following is an example of computer phishing?
Weegy: Phishing is the act of sending an e-mail to a user in an attempt to scam the user into surrendering private information that will be used for identity theft. The e-mail directs the user to visit a Web site where they are asked to update personal information that the legitimate organization already has. User: The term “computer literacy” dates back to what decade? Weegy: Computer fluency goes beyond computer literacy and has been argued to be an important goal of not only a computer education but a liberal arts education. [ The term probably originated in an important 1999 work, Being Fluent with Information Technology by the Committee on Information Technology Literacy. In it, the authors noted that computer curricula at educational institutions largely focused on software-bound skills, e.g., "which button to click" in a given piece of software to do a given task. Because the authors felt that such a computer literacy curriculum, which focused on skills, was insufficient for the demands of future, they argued that the ideal curriculum would equip students with computer fluency, which they defined as a "robust understanding of what is needed to use information technology effectively across a range of applications" (14). In addition to possessing the essential skills of software usage, computer-fluent individuals can apply information technology in novel situations, as well as understand the consequences of doing so. The authors observe, "These capabilities transcend particular software and hardware applications" (17). Equally essential to computer fluency is the mastering of fundamental computer concepts, such as the difference between absolute and relative cell references in an electronic spreadsheet program. ] User: Who is typically considered to be the “father of computing”? (More)
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Which of the following is NOT an example of systems software?
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Which of the following is NOT an example of a metasearch engine User: In 2007 Google Maps unveiled Street View. What does this feature allow you to do User: When a video becomes so popular online that people begin tweeting, blogging, and emailing their friends about it, it is called
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Information resources that point the user towards data that they are looking for, and are organized according to a predefined scheme are called: (Points : 1) encyclopedias. metadata. markups. search engines.
Weegy: Information resources that point the user towards data that they are looking for, and are organized according to a predefined scheme are called: encyclopedias. (More)
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