1. Which three parts of the computer receive input?
a. The printer, monitor and speakers
b. The keyboard, mouse, and modem
c. The keyboard, monitor and speakers
d. The Monitor, mouse and keyboard

2. Which three parts of the computer give output?
a. The keyboard, mouse and modem
b. The printer, mouse and keyboard
c. The monitor, printer, and modem
d. The mouse, keyboard and speakers

3. What does the computer hard disk do?
a. The computer hard disk is for long-term storage
b. The computer hard disk is for short-term storage
c. The computer hard disk is for hi-speed internet
d. The computer hard disk is for streaming mp3’s

4. What does DOS stand for?
a. “disk operating system.”
b. “disk open storage”
c. “digital operating system”
d. “digital open storage”

5. What kind of file has a name that ends with .gif or .jpg?
a. a music file
b. a graphic file or picture
c. a word document
d. a video or animation

6. How many times can you burn a CD-R?
a. once
b. twice
c. as many times as you like
d. it depends on your computer RAM

7. What does WWW stand for?
a. World Web Wide
b. Wide World Web
c. World Wide Web
d. Wide World Window

8. Which one of the following is a search engine?
a. Internet Explorer
b. Wikipedia
c. Google
d. Internet

9. What is the URL of our class website/blog?
a. http://www.coachellavalleyradio.com
b. http://www.coachella.com
c. http://www.coachellavalleyradio.org
d. http://www.cvusd.us

10. What does URL stand for?
a. united route link
b. uniform resource locator
c. unknown redirection link
d. up real late

11. What is the name of the language you use to write a web page?
b. FTP
c. URL

12. Which of the following terms is a “browser”?
a. Yahoo!
b. World Wide Web
c. Safari
d. E-mail

13. A word that looks underlined on a web page is usually what?
a. an important word
b. the web address
c. a “link” to another web page
d. a mistake

14 . What can you do with the Internet?
a. Exchange information with friends and colleagues
b. Access pictures, sounds, video clips and other media elements
c. Find diverse perspective on issues from a global audience
d. Post and respond to inquiries on a variety of subjects
e. All of the above

15. The Internet was developed in the…
a. early 1990s
b. late 1980s
c. early 1970s
d. late 1960s

16. According to CNN, how much did Internet traffic increase between 1994 and 1996?
a. Two times
b. Five times
c. Ten times
d. Twenty-five times

17. True or false: The Internet is managed by the U.S. government
a. True
b. False

18. What is a spider?
a. A computer virus
b. A program that catalogs Web sites
c. A hacker who breaks into corporate computer systems
d. An application for viewing Web sites

19. What is not always necessary for accessing the Web?
a. A Web browser
b. A connection to an Internet Access Provider
c. A computer
d. A modem

20. If someone has sent you spam, they…
a. Signed you up for the Meat of the Month Club
b. Sent you an insulting, obscenity-laden e-mail message
c. Infected your computer with a virus
d. Sent you unsolicited e-mail