Library guidesSubject: Multidisciplinary
Twenty-five years of training and transformation at the UOC
To what extent is the history of the UOC parallel to the evolution of the internet? This guide, comprising a wide range of resources such as websites, timelines, videos, news items and e-books, takes you on a journey through the years of the internet and the UOC.
Internet: from ones and zeros to the World Wide Web
A selection of resources about the birth of the internet, its development over time and its current status around the world.
This documentary film takes a critical look back at the most important milestones in the history of the internet. It also features interviews with the inventor of the internet access system we all know as the World Wide Web, as well as information about hackers and the people there to ward them off.
Timeline showing key moments and figures in the development of the internet.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the leading standards organization of the World Wide Web (WWW). The founder, Tim Berners-Lee, was the creator of the WWW and of the basic standards on which it is based: URL, HTTP and HTML.
Website displaying everything happening on the internet right now, allowing users to follow along in real time.
Online publication curated by the University of Oxford, with data on the internet's presence around the world.
Statistics on internet access, use and browsing possibilities.
Portal that provides a repository of websites that have been published during recent internet history. In many cases, you can consult sites that are no longer online or that have changes their versions. The role of the web is to preserve website and resources that have changed over time.
Three Spanish-language books published by Editorial UOC containing the leading articles penned by the-editor-in-chief of the same-titled journal between 1996 and 2004.
Detailed listing of key events that have occurred during the evolution of computers, the internet and other technologies.