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Web 1.

0 - is the term used to refer to the first stage of development on the World
Wide Web that was characterized by simple static websites

Web 2.0 - the second stage of development of the World Wide Web, characterized
especially by the change from static web pages
to dynamic or user-generated content and the growth of social media.

Web 3.0 - the type of web as connective intelligence; connecting data, concepts,
and applications of people

Social Media- call the computer-mediated technologies that facilitate the creation
and sharing of information,
ideas, career interests and other forms of expression.

Mobile Media- media which are evolving rapidly and while mobile phones will
continue to be the mainstay.

Etiquette - particular code of behavior that delineates expectations for social


behavior according to contemporary
conventional norms within a society, social class, or group.

Internet Safety - the knowledge of maximizing the user's personal safety and
security risks to private information and
property associated with using the internet, and the self-protection from computer
crime in general

Ethics - awareness of rules that either punish or reward us for doing something:
younger children are most motivated by a fear
of being punished for bad behavior, but become more concerned with the rewards of
good behavior as they get older

Online system - state of connectivity to the cyberspace through a medium of


internet or computer network.

Research skills - skills that lead to an original contribution to knowledge in a


particular field of inquiry by defining an
important question or problem and then answering or solving it in a systematic way.

Mail merge- is an automatic addition of names and addresses from a database to


letters and envelopes in order to facilitate sending mail, especially advertising,
to many addresses.

Custom Animation - is a set of effects which can be applied to objects in


PowerPoint so that they will animate in the Slide Show Power Point.

Hyperlink - a link from a hypertext file or document to another location or file,


typically activated by clicking on a highlighted word or image on the screen.

Embedded file - refers to any type of multimedia file that you might insert, or
embed into the Web page which includes files like graphics and sound files
including Powering Up Digital Transformation such as embedded command, embedded
object.

Complex formulas- refers to the use of multiple mathematical operators, as well as


those that use absolute and relative references.

Infographics - refers to the visual image such as a chart or diagram used to


represent information or data.
Open-source software - computer software with its source code made available with a
license in which the copyright holder provides the rights to study, change, and
distribute the software to anyone and for any purpose.

Image hosting - particular service that allows individuals to upload images to an


Internet website.

Application platform - particular applications used by an organization that have an


integrated set of packaged and custom applications tied together with middleware.

WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) - a system in which content (text and
graphics) can be edited in a form closely resembling its appearance when printed or
displayed as
a finished product of such as a printed document, web page, or slide presentation.

Freeware- a software that is available for use at no monetary cost or no payment


which is most often proprietary software, as usually modification, re-distribution
or reverse-engineering without the author's permission.

Webdesign - a design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the


production and maintenance of websites.

Opensource- software that has a variety of names: sourceware, freeware, shareware,


open software, public domain software, and so on.

Prezi- refers to a visual storytelling software and alternative to traditional


slide-based presentation formats that features a map-like, schematic overview and
lets users pan between topics
at will, zoom in on desired details, and pull back to reveal context.

Slideshare - a slide hosting service that can allow users to upload files privately
or publicly in the following file formats: PowerPoint, PDF, Keynote or Open
Document presentations.

Google drive - a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google which
was launched on April 24, 2012, wherein it allows users to store files.

Dropbox- a file hosting service operated by American company in San Francisco,


California that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud, and
client software which was founded in 2007 by MIT students Drew
Houston and Arash Ferdowsi, as a startup company with initial funding from seed
accelerator Y Combinator.

Cloud computing - is a type of Internet-based computing that provides shared


computer processing resources and data to computers and
other devices on demand access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources
(e.g., computer networks, servers, storage,
applications and services) which can be rapidly provisioned and released with
minimal management effort

Evernote - a cross-platform, freemium app designed for note taking, organizing,


and archiving.

Social media - is a popular free social networking website that allows registered
users to create profiles, upload photos and video,
send messages and keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues.

Twitter - online news and social networking service where users post and interact
with messages, "tweets", restricted to 140 characters.
File management system - a particular type of software that manages data files in a
computer system that has limited capabilities and is designed to manage individual
or group files, such as special office documents and records.

Tumblr - microblogging platform designed for creative self-expression which is


considered a mindful alternative to Facebook and other social media websites where
users blog on a myriad of topics.

Wix - cloud-based web development platform that was first developed and popularized
by the Israeli company that allows users to create HTML5 web sites and mobile sites
through the use of online drag and drop tools.

Weebly - refers to a freemium website creation and Web-hosting service co-founded


by David Rusenko, Chris Fanini and Dan Veltri when they were attending in
Pennsylvania State University in 2006.

Zamzar - is an online file converter, created by brothers Mike and Chris Whyley in
England that allows user to convert files without downloading a software tool, and
supports over 1,000 different conversion types.

Word2pdf - is an online tool to easily convert WORD files to PDF file that offers
many more features.

GoogleMaps - What is a particular web mapping service developed by Google in which


it offers satellite imagery, street maps, 360� panoramic views of streets (Street
View), real-time traffic conditions (Google Traffic), and route planning for
traveling by foot, car, bicycle (in beta), or public transportation.

Wikimapia - is a privately owned open-content collaborative mapping project that


utilizes an interactive "clickable" web map with a geographically-referenced wiki
system, with the aim to mark and describe all geographical objects in the world
that is created by Alexandre Koriakine and Evgeniy Saveliev on May 2006 which
become a popular mapping website.

True Online Collaboration - particular activity when users can utilize software to
truly work with others as if they were staying in the room with each other and that
geography is no longer a barrier.

Team Structure - refers to the composition of an individual team or of a multi-team


system that is an integral part of the teamwork process.

Project Management - particular activity to emphasize discipline of initiating,


planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve
specific goals and meet specific success criteria.

Google Docs- refers to a free Web-based application in which documents and


spreadsheets can be created, edited and stored online wherein files can be accessed
from any computer with an Internet connection and a full-featured Web browser.

Microsoft Office 365 - refers to a Web-based version of Microsoft's Office suite of


enterprise-grade productivity applications which is delivered to users through the
cloud and includes Exchange Online for email, SharePoint Online for collaboration,
Lync Online for unified communications,
and a suite of Office Web Apps, Web-based versions of the traditional Microsoft
Office suite of applications.

Google Talk - application which is an instant messaging service that provides both
text and voice communications.
Google Hangout - Google application that is a unified communications service that
allows members to initiate and participate in text, voice or video chats, either
one-on-one or in a group that such apps are available for iOS and Android devices
on July 12, 2016.

Skype - online site that offers an instant messaging app that provides online text
message and video chat services wherein users may transmit both text and video
messages and may exchange digital documents such as images, text, and video and
allows video conference calls.

Viber - is a free, cross-platform instant messaging and voice over IP (VoIP)


application that was first developed and popularized by the Israeli company that
was bought by the Japanese multinational company Rakuten as of December 2016
wherein it had 800 million registered users.

Kakaotalk - is a free mobile instant messaging application for smartphones with


free text and free call features that was launched on March 18, 2010 and is
currently available on iOS, Android, Bada OS, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Nokia Asha
and Personal Computer.

Concept Paper - allows experts to see if your project


is doable over the time frame that
was given and if it is significant
enough to be made into reality

- It is a document used to
convince a panel of
potential funders to help a
product, program, or
service become a reality

Five Elements of a Concept Paper:


1.Introduction
2.Purpose
3.Description
4.Support
5.Contact Information

Introduction
This includes your mission
and vision and a brief
introduction of your
project / campaign.

Purpose
This includes the reason
why the project /
campaign is worth your
sponsor�s time, effort and
money.

Description
This includes all the necessary
information about the project. It
involves the website/s or page
you are going to produce and
the purpose of each and how
they work in unison.
Support
This contains the budget
needed for the project, though
some concept papers do not
specify any amount requested
from the sponsor.

Contact Information
This includes information
on how the group can be
contacted.

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Leonor O. Goquingco
? National Artist for Dance
Dubbed the �Trailblazer�, �Mother of Philippine
Theater Dance� and �Dean of Filipino Performing
Arts Critics�, pioneer Filipino choreographer in
balletic folkloric and Asian styles, produced for
over 50 years highly original, first-of-a-kind
choreographies, mostly to her own storylines.
? These include �TREND: Return to Native,� �In a
Javanese Garden,� �Sports,� �VINTA!,� �In a
Concentration Camp,� �The Magic Garden,�
�The Clowns,� �Firebird,� �Noli Dance Suite,�
�The Flagellant,� �The Creation�� Seen as her
most ambitious work is the dance epic
�Filipinescas: Philippine Life, Legend and
Lore.� With it, Orosa brought native folk dance,
mirroring Philippine culture from pagan to
modern times, to its highest stage of
development.

Alice Reyes
?National Artist for Dance (2014)
? The name Alice Reyes has become a
significant part of Philippine dance
parlance/DIALECT.
? As a dancer, choreographer, teacher and
director, she has made a lasting impact
on the development and promotion of
contemporary dance in the Philippines.
?Her dance legacy is evident in the dance
companies, teachers, choreographers
and the exciting Filipino modern dance
repertoire of our country today.