What is your last name:
What is your first name:
What is your student number:
Through a Web site.
On a game cartridge.
Off a CD-ROM.
From a local area network.
As an interactive installation in an art gallery.
On a networked computer.
Through a cell phone.
On a personal digital assistant.
A personnel database
An interactive game
A computer tutorial
A Web site promoting a movie
A Web site on a museum
A computer game
A MP3 file of the Canadian anthem
A Web site on birds
Layout of the Web page
How the HTML pages are generated
Titles for Web pages
An interactive work that combines multiple media
A slide show that incorporates audio
A mixed-media work of art
An installation that responds to movement
Humane uses of computers
The study of the history of computers and the philosophy of technology
Using computers in art
The use of computers in the humanities and the study of computers from a humanities perspective
Design of HTML and design of graphics
Screen design and site design
Design of the interface and design of buttons
Design of the text and design of the logo
WYSIWYG HTML Editors
XML and Databases
Being the first to create a working computer during WW II.
Being the first to imagine a hypertext system that could link information in associative trails.
Being the science advisor to the President of the United States during World War II.
Constructing an mechanical computing device that could generate images.
World Wide Web
World Wetware Web
Windows Web World
Windows Winsock Workstation
A work that mixes spreadsheets, coffee and performance art.
A work that can be viewed on a computer and is created by an artist.
A work meant to be viewed on a computer that weaves together interesting information.
A work meant to be viewed on a computer that combines multiple media into a rhetorical communication.
That it is delivered on a CD-ROM.
That it is created with HTML.
That it includes computer animation.
That it is designed to communicate or entertain.