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Ba 471 - Management Information Systems(3)
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Presented by Pam Donohue Wes Johnston Kevin Field Jessica Sayers What is W3C Tim Berners Lee is the Director and Inventor of the World Wide Web Invented in 1989 Not the inventor of the internet Primary author of HTTP HTML XML and URL specifications The World Wide Web Consortium W3C is an international consortium where Member organizations a full time staff and the public work together to develop Web standards Mission To lead the World Wide Web to its full potential by developing protocols and guidelines that ensure long term growth for the Web Since 1994 published over 90 standards called the W3C Recommendations What does W3C do W3C designs and promotes interoperable open nonproprietary formats and protocols to avoid the market fragmentation of the past Most work revolves around the standardization of web technologies Organizations join W3C to work and exchange ideas and participate in a standards body to keep up with the latest technology and observe market fluctuations on the web One of W3C s primary goals is to make the benefits on the web available to all people whatever their hardware software network infrastructure native language culture geographical location or physical or mental ability W3C Operations Operations are supported with dues research grants and other sources of public and private funding Operations are jointly administered by MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory CSAIL in the U S the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics ERCIM in France and Keio University in Japan Includes 15 regions around the world The W3C offices work with their regional Web communities to promote W3C technologies in local languages broaden W3C s geographical base and encourage international participation in W3C Activities The W3C Technology Stack The Web is an application built on top of the Internet Who listens to them ANYONE who has a vested interest in the internet The W3C sets guidelines and suggestions to make the web



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