Glossary of Resources (U-Z)
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Media coverage over which the originator has no control once it has left their hands; synonymous with publicity.
Financial backup and support for an event in order to cover any unforseen problems or disasters.
Universal Resource Locator (URL)
An internet address that specifies the location of information.
A meeting, held in different geographic locations, linking members by television screens and microphones, or web cams.
A harmful computer program that may cause damage to data or programs; usually imported via email.
Welcome to Country
The formal acknowledgement of indigenous Australians ownership of the land at the opening of any public event such as; festivals, meetings, forums, seminars.
A computer utility program that automatically presents the steps necessary to complete a task, such as installing a printer.
Refers to informal job description; responsibilities agreed to with work team; supervision, reporting and accountability.
Includes all people working in the organisation; program or section team; paid and unpaid workers.
Include professional and social contacts; peers and work colleagues; supervisors and management; people inside and outside the organisation.
World Wide Web
A universal data base that provides a consistent means to access large amounts of information; web documents facilitate the quick retrieval of information through the use of hypertext links.