Unit 1 Test Review Study Guide

It is not necessary to keep your workstation clean.
False
You should always attempt to repair or fix the computer yourself it if is broken.
False
Never attempt to change the computer files or settings.
True
It is not safe to give out personal information to others while on the Internet.
True
I am allowed to use a flash drive in class.
False
After shutting down the computer, the first step to cleaning the keyboard is to:
unplug it
I am allowed to eat and drink at my workstation.
False
It is not ok to spray liquids direction onto the computer screen.
True
This is a basic part of a computer:
monitor
Printers, scanners, speakers/headphones, web cams, and microphones are all examples of:
Peripherals
What is the motherboard?
A computer’s main circuit board. It connects to every part of the computer.
This type of memory disappears once the computer is turned off.
RAM (Random Access Memory)
What is the cloud?
All the things you can access remotely over the Internet.
What does it mean when something is on the cloud?
It means it is stored on Internet servers instead of a hard drive.
What are some common reasons for using the cloud?
File storage, file sharing, and backing up data.
Give an example of a cloud app.
Dropbox, Google Drive, Flickr, Mozy and Carbonite
Explain computer ergonomics.
It’s the science of equipment design and how usage and placement of equipment can reduce discomfort and increase productivity.
Give an example of a piece of ergonomic equipment:
keyboards and chairs
How can you avoid injury in your workspace?
Adjust the chair, position your keyboard comfortably, and take frequent breaks to prevent from straining your eyes.
All the people working or available to work are known as the_________________.
Workforce
OSHA
Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Ensures industries and companies are keeping employees safe while on the job.
Learning Style
A person’s best method of gaining knowledge.
The act of leading a group of people.
Leadership
An established way of doing something.
Procedure
While working at a local restaurant, Blaze picked up raw meat with his bare hands. What should he have done to ensure his safety in the workplace?
Blaze should have used latex gloves to keep harmful bacteria away from his skin.
Amanda brought a personal space heater to her desk at work. Why is this a bad idea?
The space heater could cause a fire. It could also heat up the computer and cause permanent damage.
Give an example of a learning style:
Linguistic, logical, bodily, musical, spatial, naturalist, interpersonal, and intrapersonal.
Give an example of a career in STEM:
Dentist, Speech Pathologist, Pharmacist, Computer Systems Analyst, Surgeon
The word plagiarize means:
Copying or slightly changing someone else’s work and then saying you created it.
A ____________________ is a law that helps protect your control over your creative work.
copyright
Jake wants to keep some control over the photos he puts online, but he also wants to make it easy for people to share and use them. He should use ______________________.
Creative Commons
A course of action designed to help you reach a goal or result is known as a:
strategy
Cindy heard a new song on the radio. She wants to search for it online, but she can only remember one line of the song. Which strategy should Cindy use to search for this song?
She should use quotation marks around the line she remembers.
What is the first step you should take when you want to conduct an online search?
You should select research questions.
What are the 6 Pillars of Character?
Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship
Give an example of being trustworthy.
Always keep your promises.
What is one way to be respectful to other people?
Listen to what other people have to say.
How can you be responsible?
By being reliable and dependable.
Fairness is _______________________________________.
Playing by the rules.
How can you become a caring person?
By doing caring things for others.
What does good citizenship look like?
Respecting and following the rules of your school, even if you don’t always agree with them.