The opening page of a website. homepage
A computer language used to create web pages. HTML
A file format for compressing pictures JPEG
A link from a hypertext file or document to another location or file, activated by clicking on a highlighted word or image on the screen. hyperlink
The ability to use technology to find, organize, and evaluate information. digitalliteracy
A group of networked computers that share a common address (.edu, .com). Domain
The process of converting data into code. encryption
A security system that protects a network. firewall
A way to narrow search results by using the operators AND, OR, & NOT. BooleanLogic
A temporary storage place for quick retrieval of frequently used data. cache
A small text file stored in a computer’s hard drive by a website. cookie
An organized collection of information that is searchable. database
To practice appropriate and responsible behavior when using technology digitalcitizenship
The text field in a web browser where an URL is displayed or typed. addressbar
The amount of data that can be sent through a connection at one time. bandwidth
To save the URL of a webpage for easy access in the future. bookmark
Instructions you input for a computer to follow. code
The action of writing CODE or instructions for the computer to follow. programming
An unit of memory (8 binary digits represent a character). byte
Central Processing Unit- The brain of the computer. cpu
A program that searches for items in a database or sites on the WWW. searchengine
Uniform Resource Locator- The address of a resource on the WWW. url
A program used to navigate the WWW. browser
The global system of interconnected computer networks that link billions of devices. internet
A set of computers connected together for the purpose of sharing resources. network
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol- the set of rules for transferring files on the World Wide Web. http
A client software program that runs against a Web server or other Internet server and enables a user to navigate the World Wide Web (WWW) to access and display data. Browser
A part of a computer system or network that is designed to block unauthorized access while permitting outward communication. Firewall
The combination of typeface and other qualities, such as size, pitch, and spacing. Font
A word or group of words that act as a way to cross reference to other documents or files on the computer. Link
A device that feeds data into a computer, such as a keyboard or mouse. Input
Any computer-generated information displayed on screen, printed on paper or in machine readable form, such as disk and tape. Output
Usually comprises the display device, circuitry, casing, and power supply. Monitor
Sending an email, posting photos on a social media site and using your webcam. Upload
An error, flaw, failure, or fault in a computer program or system that causes it to produce an incorrect or unexpected result or to behave in unintended ways. Bug
Usually consists of eight bits. Byte
The exclusive right, as recognized separately in each country, to publish and sell literary, artistic, or musical materials. Copyright
copy (data) from one computer system to another, typically over the Internet. Download
The collection of physical parts of a computer system. Hardware
A software system that links topics on the screen to related information and graphics, which are typically accessed by a point-and-click method. Hypertext
A measure of the amount of computational work that a computer system performs. Load
acts of kindness
daily maintenance list
early warning signs
A person who implements technology in his or her everyday life Digital Citizen
Ability to use information technology Digital Access
Buying and Selling Goods Online Digital Commerce
Connecting through email or social media digital communication
Knowledtge and ability to used technology digital literacy
Knowing the rules and conducts and acting properly on the internet. Digital Etiquette
Specific Rules and Guidelines Digital Law
Privledges and Tools Digital Rights
Monitoring of this is needed when using the internet Digital Wellness
Being careful to backup information and protect it Digital Security
Federal program for low income population medicaid
Federally funded health insurance for 65 yrs or older medicare
A Doctor who treats only a certain part of the body or a certain condition specialist
A member disagreement regarding unauthorized health services appeal
A person's wishes regarding medical treatment, often including a living will advancedirective
Law restricting access to a patient's personal health information hipaa
Formal member complaint grievance
Unanticipated event resulting in death or serious injury (2 words) sentinelevent
Admitted to the hospital a second time within 30 days readmission
Process to help identify what, how and why an event occured to prevent future occurence (3 words) rootcauseanalysis
The right care, at the right time, in a format that the member can understand, is described as what kind of access? meaningful
An official inspection of an organization's accounts or processes audit
A life-threatening condition that arises when the body's response to infection injures its own tissues sepsis
Quality Improvement Project QIP
Patient _________is the measure of how content a patient is with their healthcare and an important indicator of quality. satisfaction
Lodging of a blockage-causing material inside a blood vessel embolism
The California agency that protects managed health care consumer's rights and ensures a stable health care delivery system. DMHC
A standard or point of reference against which things may be compared or assessed benchmark
List of drugs approved by an insurance plan formulary
An image or user name that represents a person online. Avatar
The denial of access to particular parts of the internet. Blocking
Interactive web journal or diary posted online. Blog
Repeated and deliberate harassment directed at another person. Bullying
Intentional & repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices. Cyberbullying
Suicide caused directly or indirectly from cyberbullying. Cyberbullicide
Repeated harassment using electronic devices and networked technology that includes threats of harm. Cyberstalking
Evidence of a person's use of the internet. Digital Footprint
Intentionally excluding someone from an online group, like a buddy list or a game. Exclusion
The act of restricting access to certain websites. Filtering
Hardware or software that restricts and regulates incoming and outgoing data to or from computer systems. Firewall
Online fights using electronic messages with angry and vulgar language. Flaming
Repeatedly sending offensive, rude, or insulting messages. Harassment
Breaking into someone's account, posing as that person and sending messages to make the person look bad. Impersonation
An image with text used to describe a thought, idea, or joke that is widely shared. Meme
The one who instigates online social cruelty. Also know as the aggressor. Offender
Sharing someone's secrets or embarrassing information online. Outing
Software or a website that allows one's internet connection to be routed or tunneled through a different connection or site. Proxy
Making a statement or taking an action that indicates harm to another. Threat
A person who is known for creating controversy in an online setting. Troll
The person who is on the receiving end of online social cruelty Victim
might include word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, and email application application software
a regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group, that is written in an informal or conversational style blog
a hardware device capable of transmitting an analog or digital signal over the telephone, other communication. communication device
an electronic device for storing and processing data computer
Computer literacy is the ability to use computers and related technology efficiently, with a range of skills covering levels from elementary use to programming and advanced problem solving. computer literacy
completed partially or entirely by using a computer. computer-aided
Manufacturing: make (something) on a large scale using machinery.
Convergence: the process or state of converging.
(central processing unit):the part of a computer in which operations are controlled and executed cpu
facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis data
Desktop computer: is a term commonly used to describe a system unit.
A software developer is a person concerned with facets of the software development process, including the research, design, programming, and testing of computer software developer
a camera that records and stores digital images digital camera
is the set of competencies required for full participation in a knowledge society digital literacy
an electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose ebook
E-book reader: is a mobile electronic device that is designed primarily for the purpose of reading digital e-books and periodicals.
system with a dedicated function within a larger mechanical or electrical system embedded computer
Enterprise computing: is a buzzword that refers to business-oriented information technology that is critical to a company's operations.
Enterprise user: is computer software used to satisfy the needs of an organization rather than individual users.
execute: and software engineering is the process by which a computer or a virtual machine performs the instructions of a computer program.
a list of questions and answers relating to a particular subject, especially one giving basic information for users of a website FAQ
Game console: A specialized desktop computer used to play video games.
graphical user interface: a visual way of interacting with a computer using items such as windows, icons, and menus, used by most modern operating systems.
Green computing: is the environmentally responsible and eco-friendly use of computers and their resources.
handheld computer: is a computer that can conveniently be stored in a pocket (of sufficient size) and used while you're holding it.
Hardware: tools, machinery, and other durable equipment.
Home user: A user is a person who uses a computer or network service.
Information: is stimuli that has meaning in some context for its receiver. When Information is entered into and stored in a computer, it is generally referred to as data.
Information processing: is the change (processing) of information in any manner detectable by an observer.
cycle: (sometimes called a fetch–decode–execute cycle) is the basic operational process of a computer.
input device: is (a piece of computer hardware equipment) used to provide data and control signals to an information processing system such as a computer or information appliance. Examples of input devices include keyboards, mouse, scanners, digital cameras and joysticks.
installing : install program. Also called a "setup program" or "installer," it is software that prepares an application (software package) to run in the computer.
Instant message: a message sent via the Internet that appears on the recipient's screen as soon as it is transmitted.
Internet: a global computer network providing a variety of information and communication facilities, consisting of interconnected networks using standardized communication protocols.
Internet-enabled: the single worldwide computer network that interconnects other computer networks, on which end-user services, such as World Wide Web sites or data archives, are located, enabling data and other information to be exchanged, (Also called) the Net.
Laptop computer: a computer that is portable and suitable for use while traveling.
Mainframe: (colloquially referred to as "big iron") are computers used primarily by large organizations for critical applications, bulk data processing, such as census, industry and consumer statistics, enterprise resource planning, and transaction processing.
Memory: is any physical device capable of storing information temporarily or permanently.
Microblogging: A type of blog that lets users publish short text updates. Bloggers can usually use a number of service for the updates including instant messaging, email, or Twitter. The posts are called microposts, while the act of using these services to update your blog is called microblogging.
Mobile computing: is a generic term that refers to a variety of devices that allow people to access data and information from wherever they are. Sometimes referred to as "human-computer interaction," mobile computing transports data, voice, and video over a network via a mobile device.
Mobile device: (or handheld computer) is a computing device small enough to hold and operate in the hand. ... Mobile devices may run mobile operating systems that allow third-party apps specialized for said capabilities to be installed and run.
Mobile users: A person traveling with a smartphone, tablet or other portable device that requires Internet access via a cellular system.
Netbook: is a small, light, low-power,that has less processing power than a full-sized laptop but is still suitable for word processing, running a Web browser and connecting wirelessly to the Internet.
network: is defined as a group of two or more computer systems linked together. There are many types of computer networks, including the following: local-area networks(LANs): The computers are geographically close together (that is, in the same building).
notebook computer: is a battery- or AC-powered personal computer generally smaller than a briefcase that can easily be transported and conveniently used in temporary spaces such as on airplanes, in libraries, temporary offices, and at meetings.
Online:Recently, however, the term "online" usually means being connected to the Internet. The connection can be through a phone line, using a dial-up or DSL modem, a cable line via a cable modem, or through a wireless connection. A computer can also be online via a connection to a computer network.
Online banking: a method of banking in which transactions are conducted electronically via the Internet.
Investing online: also known as online trading or trading online, is a process by which individual investors and traders buy and sell securities over an electronic network, typically with a brokerage firm.
Online social network is an online platform which people use to build social networks or social relations with other people who share similar personal or career interests, activities, backgrounds or real-life connections.
Operating system: the software that supports a computer's basic functions, such as scheduling tasks, executing applications, and controlling peripherals.
A list of websites that have been visited recently. Browser History
visual communication combinin images, words, and ideas to convey information to an audience. Graphic Design
allows user to navigate by clicking with a mouse instead of typing User Interface
a programming language used for creating web pages HTML
Specially formatted documents that can contain links, images, and other media. Readable by web browsers HTML Files
A vast computer network linking smaller computer networks worldwide Internet
two or more connected computers that share resources in a certain location Local Area Network
a set of computers which are connected to each other and operate as part of the same system, able to exchange information and messages Network
A small program that can be downloaded which allows users to enhance their browser; this allows extra activities of the web for example, the Quicktime plug-in allows visitors to watch movies and Shocwave plug-in allows users to play games. Plug In
a specialized website that allows you to search through the billions of websites on the World Wide Web to find exactly what you want. Search Engine
A list of websites where the search words are found Search Result
a computer on a network that runs specialized software and stores information in order to "serve" it to the other networked computers Server
a web page's unique address on the World Wide Web that tells the browser exactly where to find the web pages web" which emphasize machine-facilitate understanding of information which will provide a more productive and intuitive user experience. URL
Text or images on a webpage where users can click to travel to another web destination. The mouse pointer turns into a hand when you hover over a link. Web Links
A single document (which can include images, videos, charts, etc.) viewable through a web browser Web Page
a collection of webpages Website
two or more computers or LANS located apart from each other that are connected together for the purposes of sharing information Wide Area Network
the information that is found on the Internet World Wide Web