BIS 221 Week 1 Knowledge Check

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BIS 221 Week 1 Knowledge Check Week 1 Knowledge Check The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help you master the material. Personalized Study Guide Results:  Score: 9 / 9 Concepts Mastery Questions Microsoft® Word 100% ·         1 ·         2 ·         3 Ethical Issues 100% ·         4 ·         5 Ethical Action 100% ·         6 Organizational Influence 100% ·         7 Societal Influence 100% ·         8 Business Process 100% ·         9 Concept: Microsoft® Word Mastery : 100% Questions : ·         1 ·         2 ·         3 Materials on the concept: ·  Understanding How Word Processors Work ·  Learn About Word Wrap ·  Introduction to Word Processing ·  Add Page Numbers ·  Format Text into Columns Show More 1. ____________________ is a feature that enables you to type continuously without pressing the Enter Key at the end of a line within a paragraph. ·         A. Toggle ·         B. Word wrap ·         C. Print preview ·         D. Full-screen mode 2. What feature adds organization to your documents? ·         A. Print preview ·         B. Orientation ·         C. Page number ·         D. Find and replace 3. If you want to display text in side-by-side sections, what feature should you use to format the text? ·         A. Styles ·         B. Borders ·         C. Multilevel lists ·         D. Columns Concept: Ethical Issues Mastery : 100% Questions : ·         4 ·         5 Materials on the concept: ·  3.1. Ethical Issues ·  3.2. Privacy 4. Which of the following is not an ethical issue? ·         A. Privacy ·         B. Business Process Reengineering ·         C. Accessibility ·         D. Accuracy 5. Which of the following statements best describes the relationship between ethics and legality? ·         A. If an act is unethical, it is always illegal. ·         B. An act can be unethical but still be legal. ·         C. An unethical act is always legal. ·         D. An unethical act always has legal consequences Concept: Ethical Action Mastery : 100% Questions : ·         6 Materials on the concept: ·  3.1. Ethical Issues ·  3.2. Privacy 6. The ________________ approach to ethics maintains that an ethical action is the one that provides the most good or does the least harm. ·         A. utilitarian ·         B. rights ·         C. fairness ·         D. common good Concept: Organizational Influence Mastery : 100% Questions : ·         7 Materials on the concept: ·  1.3. How Does IT Impact Organizations? ·  2.3. Business Pressures, Organizational Responses, and Information Technology Support 7. IT affects middle managers by ____________. ·         A. increasing their opportunities for promotion ·         B. reducing the number of people who can report to them ·         C. increasing their productivity ·         D. increasing the number of managers needed in a department Concept: Societal Influence Mastery : 100% Questions : ·         8 Materials on the concept: ·  1.3. How Does IT Impact Organizations? ·  1.4. Importance of Information Systems to Society 8. Which of the following is a negative societal effect associated with the increased use of information technology? ·         A. IT can place employees on constant call. ·         B. IT can provide opportunities for people with disabilities. ·         C. IT can improve health care. ·         D. IT can provide flexibility in the workplace Concept: Business Process Mastery : 100% Questions : ·         9 Materials on the concept: ·  2.2. Business Process Reengineering and Business Process Management ·  2.1. Business Processes 9. ______________ is an example of a business process. ·         A. Spreadsheets ·         B. Processing bills of material ·         C. Sarbanes-Oxley ·         D. A computer network