In this section, you will have a chance to test what you learned in the previous Web 101 sections. Answer the five questions below about Web 101.
Question 1) What is the Internet? Left click the Check Answer button to see if you are correct.
Question 2) What is the World Wide Web? Left click the Check Answer button to see if you are correct.
Question 3) Find the three hyperlinks in the section below. Click on each hyperlink.
The District of Columbia Public Library was created by an act of Congress in 1896 "to furnish books and other printed matter and information service convenient to the homes and offices of all residents of the District." The establishment of the library was largely due to the long and arduous efforts of Theodore W. Noyes, editor of The Evening Star. Mr. Noyes served as president of the Board of Library Trustees for 50 years.
From 1898 until 1903, the DC Public Library was located in a house at 1326 New York Ave. NW. In 1899, philanthropist and library enthusiast Andrew Carnegie donated funds to build the Central Library at Mount Vernon Square. In 1903, the new Central Library was dedicated in a ceremony attended by President Theodore Roosevelt.
From Mission & History - http://dclibrary.org/about/mission
Question 4) How can you access the Internet at the DC Public Library? Left click the Check Answer button to see if you are correct.
Question 5) In the "fake" Internet browser below, please open the following websites in their own tab. Left click the Check Answer button to see if you are correct.
Tab 1) Wikipedia: http://www.wikipedia.org/
Tab 2) GCF Learn Free: http://www.gcflearnfree.org/
Tab 3) DC Public Library: http://dclibrary.org/