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10 Breakthrough Technologies 2016. Free App | Spreeder. How to make an iMovie using an iPad. How to use iMovie on the iPad. StillTasty: Your Ultimate Shelf Life Guide - Save Money, Eat Better, Help The Environment. Interactive Video Learning. Internet Terminology. AVI - (Audio Video Interleaved) A Microsoft Corporation multimedia video format. It uses waveform audio and digital video frames (bitmaps) to compress animation. Bandwidth - The capacity of an electronic line, such as a communications network or computer channel, to transmit bits per second (bps).

Bitmap - A representation, consisting of rows and columns of dots, of a graphics image in computer memory. The value of each dot (whether it is filled in or not) is stored in one or more bits of data. For simple monochrome images, one bit is sufficient to represent each dot, but for colors and shades of gray, each dot requires more than one bit of data. See more graphics formats Bits and bytes - Blog - A blog is information that is instantly published to a Web site. Bookmark - a way of storing your favorite sites on the Internet. Boolean logic - a type of logic (using AND, OR, NOT operators, for example) used by search engines to find information on the Internet and in electronic databases. Online Diagram and Flowchart Software | Cacoo. - Online Whiteboard Collaboration. Museum Box Homepage. Timetoast timeline maker. Make a timeline, tell a story. Make Beliefs Comix! Online Educational Comic Strip Generator for Kids of All Ages. Comics Lab: PRofessor Garfield. Home • Orson's Farm • Reading Ring • Art-Bot • Music-Bot • G-Cubed Knowledge Box • Infinite Learning Lab • Comics Lab • Alice Teacher Resource Center • About Us • PRIVACY POLICY • Terms of Use • PC Tech Info • Mac Tech Info ©Paws, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Computer-mediated discussion. Virginia Montecino | Education and Technology Resources | Computer-mediated Class Discussion Computer-mediated discussion groups can help establish a community of learners in large lecture classes.

They can enable all students to have a voice in class discussions. They can give students the opportunity to write about what they are learning and share ideas with other students. Become familiar with the campus technology resources that can help facilitate electronic communication: Introduce students to how to use the technology needed to accomplish your learning goals, and/or steer them to the appropriate written or web-based resources. Possible computer-mediated approaches class e-mail distribution list small group e-mail distribution list (for ex. by various subtopics on a main theme)

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