INT1012 Introduction To Web :
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|Subject Code and Name||INT1012 – Introduction to Web|
|Assessment Title||Written Assessment|
|Assessment Type||Individual Short Response Questions|
|Length or Duration||700 words +/- 10%|
|Subject Learning Outcomes||SLO 1, SLO 2|
|Submission Date / Time||Due by 11:55pm AEST Sunday end of Module 4 (Week 4).|
The purpose of this task is to assess your general theoretical knowledge of the internet and HTML markup language.
Assessment Task / Item
Your task is to conduct some research and respond to each question below, then submit a Word document containing your responses.
Please complete the tasks below and document your answers in a Word document. Each response must be Harvard referenced and clearly identified by using a heading related to each question. Your submission should be no more than 700 words.
Answer the following questions.
- What is a computer server?What are the server’s main components?
- What happens when you type an address, for example, google.com.au into your browser?Explain it from a technical perspective.
- What is the Internet of Everythings(IOE)? How does it differ from IoT?
- What does the term Internet Protocol (IP) mean? Explain it with an example.
In this task you will need to analyse the html code below and complete the given tasks (1 ,2 & 3).
Submit a PDF document containing the answers for both section A and B. Your document must have a cover page with the following details:
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