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Ch 49: CEOE Business Education: Information Systems

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See how your content knowledge matches up with the information systems material in this chapter. Video and text lessons go over numerous topics you could encounter on the CEOE Business Education test.

CEOE Business Education: Information Systems - Chapter Summary

Review info on computer system components, output and input devices and more to get ready for the CEOE Business Education test. Practice quizzes available to you throughout the chapter focus on those issues and the following:

  • Characteristics of business technology
  • The Internet's impact on business operations and interactions
  • How technology helps business
  • E-business enhanced and e-business enabled organizations
  • Components of information systems and computer systems
  • The different phases of technology
  • External and internal storage devices
  • The central processing unit and memory
  • ASCII and Unicode for representing characters in binary code
  • Information system input, processing, output and feedback

You can easily review number of key terms in this chapter's text by seeking out the bold terms. You can also utilize the video tags to easily seek and find any specific material that you want to further brush up on.

Objectives of the CEOE Business Education: Information Systems Chapter

The CEOE Business Education test asks questions that establish whether your level of expertise meets the requirements for teaching business in public schools in the state of Oklahoma. This chapter prepares you specifically for items that belong to the Business Technology and Information Systems subarea on the exam. This subarea makes up 24% of the test and includes all multiple-choice questions. There is one constructed-response item on the exam, but it is in a different content domain.

13 Lessons in Chapter 49: CEOE Business Education: Information Systems
What is Business Technology? - Characteristics & Development

1. What is Business Technology? - Characteristics & Development

Technology is the essence of change in business and society. In this lesson, you'll learn about technology, its characteristics, its historical phases and how innovation is fueled today.

The Internet's Impact on Business Operations & Interactions

2. The Internet's Impact on Business Operations & Interactions

In this lesson, you will learn how the Internet and other technological innovations have changed the way organizations operate and interact with their stakeholders.

How Technology Helps Achieve Business Success

3. How Technology Helps Achieve Business Success

Technology can help aid in the success of a business and has a winner-take-most-market reality for those with the best and most efficient technologies. In this lesson, you will learn the key ways technology helps businesses become leaders in their market.

E-Business Enhanced and E-Business Enabled Organizations

4. E-Business Enhanced and E-Business Enabled Organizations

Businesses use the Internet in different ways. Some use it as a part of their business, while some use it to run the entire business. In this lesson, we will discuss the differences between e-business enhanced and e-business enabled businesses.

What Is an Information System?

5. What Is an Information System?

Information systems are an integral part of businesses. But what, exactly, is an information system? In this lesson, we'll define information systems and then examine the three main components of an information system.

Input, Processing, Output & Feedback: Information System Components

6. Input, Processing, Output & Feedback: Information System Components

What are the components that really make an information system work? In this lesson, we'll explore IPOS (input, process, output and storage) and how this system works.

Information Systems Resources: Networks, Hardware, Software, Data & People

7. Information Systems Resources: Networks, Hardware, Software, Data & People

What are the resources an information system needs? Discover how networks, hardware, software, data and people work together to create usable information.

Computer System Components: Computer Parts & Functions

8. Computer System Components: Computer Parts & Functions

Are you ready to buy a computer? Let's take a trip through the components of a computer for some advice. We'll learn about the motherboard, memory, storage, connectivity and peripherals.

Computer Memory and Processing Devices: Functions & Characteristics

9. Computer Memory and Processing Devices: Functions & Characteristics

Have you ever wondered how your computer operates - specifically, where it stores all the information it needs to run? This lesson will answer that question by explaining the general functions of the central processing unit (CPU), random-access memory (RAM) and read-only memory (ROM).

External and Internal Storage Devices: Optical, Magnetic & Semiconductor Storage

10. External and Internal Storage Devices: Optical, Magnetic & Semiconductor Storage

Let's explore the capacity of internal and external storage devices. We'll learn how optical, magnetic and semiconductor storage works, as well as identify some examples of storage devices.

Computer Input Devices: Keyboards, Mice, Audio & Video

11. Computer Input Devices: Keyboards, Mice, Audio & Video

What input devices do you use on a daily basis? We'll take a look at the common keyboard and mouse devices as well as other methods of input like audio and video.

Computer Output Devices: Monitors, Speakers, & Printers

12. Computer Output Devices: Monitors, Speakers, & Printers

So you've entered information into your computer. How do you get it back out? Here's a look at output devices such as monitors, speakers, printers and eBooks.

ASCII and Unicode to Represent Characters in Binary Code

13. ASCII and Unicode to Represent Characters in Binary Code

A computer can think at speeds of over a billion machine cycles per second. However, no spoken language is a computer's native tongue. Learn how a computer translates analog to digital signals in this lesson.

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