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Empowerment Technologies

Lesson 1 – 5

1. Web 1.0 – Static webpages without interactivity.

2. Web 2.0 - Websites that contains dynamic content.
3. Static - Refers to a webpages that are the same regardless of the user.
4. Dynamic - Refers to a webpages that are affected by user’s input or preference.
5. Folksonomy - Allows user to categorize and arrange/classify information.
6. Hashtag - Used to “categorize” post in a website.

6 Types of Social Media:

7. Social Networks
8. Bookmarking Sites
9. Social News
10. Media Sharing
11. Microblogging
12. Blog and Forums

13. Malware - Stands for Malicious Software

14. Spam - Unwanted email mostly from bots or advertisers.

15. Phishing - its goal is to acquire sensitive information like passwords and credit card

5 Types of Malware
16. Virus
17. Worm
18. Trojan
19. Spyware
20. Adware
21. Have a question in mind
22. Narrow it down
23. Advanced Search
24. Look for a credible search
25. Give Credit

26. Cybercrime - Crime committed or assisted through the use of the Internet.

27. Mail Merge - A feature of Microsoft Word that allows you to efficiently create
documents that have the same general content but may have different recipients or

28. .JPG - File extension for the Joint Photographic Experts Group picture file.

29. .PNG - File extension for the Portable Network Graphics image file.

30. .GIF - File extension for the Graphics Interchange Format image file.

31. Clipart - line art drawing or images used as generic representation for ideas and

32. Chart - Allows you to represent data characteristics and trends in your Word

33. Data File - Includes the individual information or data or the recipient’s information.

34. Text Wrap - Adjust how the image behaves around other objects or text.

35. Hyperlink - text or object that contains a link to another file, web page, a place in the
document, a link to a new document, or email address.
36. Embedding - Act of placing objects within the presentation.
37. MS Excel - A program designed to create spreadsheets which can later be used to
analyze statistical data.
38. SUM - A function that adds a range of cells.
39. AVERAGE - A function that gets the average of a range of cells.
40. IF - can perform a logical test and return one value for a TRUE result, and
another for a FALSE result.
41. Cell - is the storage unit in a spreadsheet program

42. Range - the range of cells where you want to look for the criteria.

43. CountIf - function used to count the cells with a specified content within a range.

44. SumIf - a function used to compute for the summation of a range if certain condition is
45. AverageIF - a function used to compute for the average of a range if certain condition is met.


=sum (cells involved)

= cell – cell
=Average (cells involved)
IF Function/Condition
Mathematical symbols:
 - greater than
< - less than
= - equal
Base – given value (example: passing grade is 75, the base is 75
=IF(cell mathematical symbol base, “condition1”,”condition2”)

=AverageIF(range, “criteria”, average range)
=countif(range, “criteria”)