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Internet Technologies in Business - Chapter Summary
The lessons in this chapter can assist your review of beginning programming and the various related technologies. Videos provide a comprehensive overview that prepares you for the following in a short period of time:
- Defining programming and its five foundational elements
- Comparing procedural- and object-oriented programming
- Exploring graphic design, Web page design and file extensions
- Discussing software and hardware evaluations and installations
- Recognizing the advantages in using various information systems
Our knowledgeable teachers lead you through each topic and show you the importance of various technologies to business. Self-assessing quizzes can help you find any areas of the chapter that might need additional review through completion of the lessons' quizzes. This review can be enjoyable and stress-free, possibly helping you to see the use of technology in business in a somewhat different light.
Web design is the creation and visual design of documents displayed on the World Wide Web. It is important to create engaging and visually appealing websites to attract and retain customers. Many factors must be considered when designing a website. This video will explore the steps in Web design and the programming languages needed to create a dynamic and interactive website.
2. File Extensions and File Types: MP3, GIF, JPG, DOCX, XLSX, EXE, & More
File extensions are used to indicate the format of files so operating systems know what to do with them. Learn why there are so many different file extensions. Also learn about some of the most widely used file extensions.
3. Business Strategies: Market Advantages Provided by Information Systems
What business strategies might an information system use? We'll take a look at the concepts of business process modeling, process re-engineering, total quality management and competitive advantage and see how they relate to information systems.
4. What Is Programming? - Definition & Introduction for Beginning Programmers
This lesson will give a quick but thorough overview of what programming is, what we need to know to program, and the contents of our programming toolbox.
5. 5 Basic Elements Of Programming
There are five basic programming elements, or operations: input, output, arithmetic, conditional, and looping. Every program uses at least two of these. This lesson will describe each one to you and show you examples in simple code.
6. Object-Oriented Programming vs. Procedural Programming
There are several alternative approaches to the programming process. Two of the most important approaches are procedural programming and object-oriented programming. Learn about the differences between these two approaches in this video lesson.
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- Accounting Analysis & Evaluation
- Economic Activities & Markets
- Business Markets & Globalization
- Banking & the Federal Reserve
- Business Types & Planning
- Entrepreneurship & Start-Ups
- Basics of Marketing Strategy
- Business Management Functions
- Management Theory for the Business Environment
- Concepts in Human Resource Management
- Resource Management & Training
- Compensation & Performance Review
- Principles of Business Ethics
- Principles of Business Law
- Employment Law Basics
- International Business Strategies
- Verbal Communication in the Workplace
- Written & Electronic Communication
- Presentations and Reporting
- Computer Use in Business
- Information Technology in the Business Environment
- Business Information Privacy and Security