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1 Computers Technology Terminology Networking Internet Graphic – Microsoft Clipart Click on the links below to navigate to the terminology associated with each section. After you navigate to each section, click on the term to view the definition. The top of each page contains a breadcrumb navigation that will return you to the main menus.

2 Terminology Terminology > Computers Hardware Software/ Programs Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

3 Active MatrixActive Matrix A screen generally used in portable computers where each pixel is controlled by its own transistor. HypermediaHypermedia A system that used the computer to input, manipulate, and output graphics, sound, text, and video in the presentation of ideas and information. Thin ClientThin Client A computer that contains minimal hardware components; it runs programs transferred across an intranet or Internet connection. TrackpadTrackpad A pressure-sensitive pad that is smaller and more accurate than the trackball. TerminologyTerminology >Computers >HardwareComputers Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

4 Active Matrix A screen generally used in portable computers where each pixel is controlled by its own transistor. HypermediaHypermedia A system that used the computer to input, manipulate, and output graphics, sound, text, and video in the presentation of ideas and information. Thin ClientThin Client A computer that contains minimal hardware components; it runs programs transferred across an intranet or Internet connection. TrackpadTrackpad A pressure-sensitive pad that is smaller and more accurate than the trackball. TerminologyTerminology >Computers >HardwareComputers Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

5 Active MatrixActive Matrix A screen generally used in portable computers where each pixel is controlled by its own transistor. Hypermedia A system that used the computer to input, manipulate, and output graphics, sound, text, and video in the presentation of ideas and information. Thin ClientThin Client A computer that contains minimal hardware components; it runs programs transferred across an intranet or Internet connection. TrackpadTrackpad A pressure-sensitive pad that is smaller and more accurate than the trackball. TerminologyTerminology >Computers >HardwareComputers Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

6 Active MatrixActive Matrix A screen generally used in portable computers where each pixel is controlled by its own transistor. HypermediaHypermedia A system that used the computer to input, manipulate, and output graphics, sound, text, and video in the presentation of ideas and information. Thin Client A computer that contains minimal hardware components; it runs programs transferred across an intranet or Internet connection. TrackpadTrackpad A pressure-sensitive pad that is smaller and more accurate than the trackball. TerminologyTerminology >Computers >HardwareComputers Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

7 Active MatrixActive Matrix A screen generally used in portable computers where each pixel is controlled by its own transistor. HypermediaHypermedia A system that used the computer to input, manipulate, and output graphics, sound, text, and video in the presentation of ideas and information. Thin ClientThin Client A computer that contains minimal hardware components; it runs programs transferred across an intranet or Internet connection. Trackpad A pressure-sensitive pad that is smaller and more accurate than the trackball. TerminologyTerminology >Computers >HardwareComputers Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

8 AlgorithmAlgorithm A set of instructions for a person to follow in order to solve a problem. JavaJava A programming language that allows cross-platform and thin client applications. SharewareShareware Software that is available free for evaluation but that must be purchased if used after the evaluation process. VirusVirus A program that infects computer files by duplicating itself. TerminologyTerminology >Computers >Software/ProgramsComputers Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

9 Algorithm A set of instructions for a person to follow in order to solve a problem. JavaJava A programming language that allows cross-platform and thin client applications. SharewareShareware Software that is available free for evaluation but that must be purchased if used after the evaluation process. VirusVirus A program that infects computer files by duplicating itself. TerminologyTerminology >Computers >Software/ProgramsComputers Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

10 AlgorithmAlgorithm A set of instructions for a person to follow in order to solve a problem. Java A programming language that allows cross-platform and thin client applications. SharewareShareware Software that is available free for evaluation but that must be purchased if used after the evaluation process. VirusVirus A program that infects computer files by duplicating itself. TerminologyTerminology >Computers >Software/ProgramsComputers Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

11 AlgorithmAlgorithm A set of instructions for a person to follow in order to solve a problem. JavaJava A programming language that allows cross-platform and thin client applications. Shareware Software that is available free for evaluation but the program must be purchased if used after the evaluation process. VirusVirus A program that infects computer files by duplicating itself. TerminologyTerminology >Computers >Software/ProgramsComputers Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

12 AlgorithmAlgorithm A set of instructions for a person to follow in order to solve a problem. JavaJava A programming language that allows cross-platform and thin client applications. SharewareShareware Software that is available free for evaluation but that must be purchased if used after the evaluation process. Virus A program that infects computer files by duplicating itself. TerminologyTerminology >Computers >Software/ProgramsComputers Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

13 Rules & Protocols Web Pages WWW Terminology Terminology > Internet

14 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >Rules & ProtocolsInternet Acceptable use policyAcceptable use policy Written guidelines defining how students will use school resources such as computers with Internet access. NetiquetteNetiquette Conventions for appropriate on-line conduct. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

15 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >Rules & ProtocolsInternet Acceptable use policy Written guidelines defining how students will use school resources such as computers with Internet access. NetiquetteNetiquette Conventions for appropriate on-line conduct. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

16 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >Rules & ProtocolsInternet Acceptable use policyAcceptable use policy Written guidelines defining how students will use school resources such as computers with Internet access. Netiquette Conventions for appropriate on-line conduct. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

17 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >Web PagesInternet AppletApplet A small program that operates within a browser. FormForm A special web page capable of accepting information from the user and transferring this information to the server. Plug-inPlug-in An application that works within a browser to process certain types of files. ThumbnailThumbnail A small version of a larger image, often used on the web as a link to a page containing the full-size image. Graphic – blog/new-features/valentines-day-templates.htm blog/new-features/valentines-day-templates.htm

18 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >Web PagesInternet Applet A small program that operates within a browser. FormForm A special web page capable of accepting information from the user and transferring this information to the server. Plug-inPlug-in An application that works within a browser to process certain types of files. ThumbnailThumbnail A small version of a larger image, often used on the web as a link to a page containing the full-size image. Graphic – blog/new-features/valentines-day-templates.htm blog/new-features/valentines-day-templates.htm

19 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >Web PagesInternet AppletApplet A small program that operates within a browser. Form A special web page capable of accepting information from the user and transferring this information to the server. Plug-inPlug-in An application that works within a browser to process certain types of files. ThumbnailThumbnail A small version of a larger image, often used on the web as a link to a page containing the full-size image. Graphic – blog/new-features/valentines-day-templates.htm blog/new-features/valentines-day-templates.htm

20 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >Web PagesInternet AppletApplet A small program that operates within a browser. FormForm A special web page capable of accepting information from the user and transferring this information to the server. Plug-in An application that works within a browser to process certain types of files. ThumbnailThumbnail A small version of a larger image, often used on the web as a link to a page containing the full-size image. Graphic – blog/new-features/valentines-day-templates.htm blog/new-features/valentines-day-templates.htm

21 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >Web PagesInternet AppletApplet A small program that operates within a browser. FormForm A special web page capable of accepting information from the user and transferring this information to the server. Plug-inPlug-in An application that works within a browser to process certain types of files. Thumbnail A small version of a larger image, often used on the web as a link to a page containing the full-size image. Graphic – blog/new-features/valentines-day-templates.htm blog/new-features/valentines-day-templates.htm

22 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >WWWInternet CyberspaceCyberspace The use of computer technology to create virtual space. Search EngineSearch Engine A program, used by a search service, that checks a users request against the database of web pages maintained by the service and returns a list of matches. SYSOPSYSOP Acronym for System Operator, the person who runs a bulletin board. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

23 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >WWWInternet Cyberspace The use of computer technology to create virtual space. Search EngineSearch Engine A program, used by a search service, that checks a users request against the database of web pages maintained by the service and returns a list of matches. SYSOPSYSOP Acronym for System Operator, the person who runs a bulletin board. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

24 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >WWWInternet Cyberspace Cyberspace The use of computer technology to create virtual space. Search Engine A program, used by a search service, that checks a users request against the database of web pages maintained by the service and returns a list of matches. SYSOPSYSOP Acronym for System Operator, the person who runs a bulletin board. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

25 TerminologyTerminology >Internet >WWWInternet Cyberspace Cyberspace The use of computer technology to create virtual space. Search EngineSearch Engine A program, used by a search service, that checks a users request against the database of web pages maintained by the service and returns a list of matches. SYSOP Acronym for System Operator, the person who runs a bulletin board. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

26 Hardware Transfer & Bits Protocols Graphic – Microsoft Clipart Terminology Terminology > Networking

27 Fiber opticsFiber optics A medium consisting of glass fibers that transmit data using light. FirewallFirewall A computer and software that control the flow of data between two networksfor example, between a schools internal network and the Internet. Local area networkLocal area network A network that provides communication within a local area, usually within 200 or 300 feet. TerminologyTerminology >Networking >HardwareNetworking Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

28 Fiber optics A medium consisting of glass fibers that transmit data using light. FirewallFirewall A computer and software that control the flow of data between two networksfor example, between a schools internal network and the Internet. Local area networkLocal area network A network that provides communication within a local area, usually within 200 or 300 feet. TerminologyTerminology >Networking >HardwareNetworking Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

29 Fiber opticsFiber optics A medium consisting of glass fibers that transmit data using light. Firewall A computer and software that control the flow of data between two networksfor example, between a schools internal network and the Internet. Local area networkLocal area network A network that provides communication within a local area, usually within 200 or 300 feet. TerminologyTerminology >Networking >HardwareNetworking Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

30 Fiber opticsFiber optics A medium consisting of glass fibers that transmit data using light. FirewallFirewall A computer and software that control the flow of data between two networksfor example, between a schools internal network and the Internet. Local area network A network that provides communication within a local area, usually within 200 or 300 feet. TerminologyTerminology >Networking >HardwareNetworking Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

31 TerminologyTerminology >Networking >Transfer & BitsNetworking BandwidthBandwidth Literally the range of frequencies used by an electromagnetic signal; in common use, the amount of information that can be moved in a fixed amount of time over a transfer line. Baud rateBaud rate The speed at which a modem can transmit data. KilobyteKilobyte A unit of measure for computers that is equal to bytes or 210. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

32 TerminologyTerminology >Networking >Transfer & BitsNetworking Bandwidth Literally the range of frequencies used by an electromagnetic signal; in common use, the amount of information that can be moved in a fixed amount of time over a transfer line. Baud rateBaud rate The speed at which a modem can transmit data. KilobyteKilobyte A unit of measure for computers that is equal to bytes or 210. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

33 TerminologyTerminology >Networking >Transfer & BitsNetworking BandwidthBandwidth Literally the range of frequencies used by an electromagnetic signal; in common use, the amount of information that can be moved in a fixed amount of time over a transfer line. Baud rate The speed at which a modem can transmit data. KilobyteKilobyte A unit of measure for computers that is equal to bytes or 210. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

34 TerminologyTerminology >Networking >Transfer & BitsNetworking BandwidthBandwidth Literally the range of frequencies used by an electromagnetic signal; in common use, the amount of information that can be moved in a fixed amount of time over a transfer line. Baud rateBaud rate The speed at which a modem can transmit data. Kilobyte A unit of measure for computers that is equal to bytes or 210. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

35 TerminologyTerminology >Networking >ProtocolsNetworking ParityParity A modem checking technique for memory or data communication errors. ProtocolProtocol A set of rules and conventions governing how devices on a network exchange information. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

36 TerminologyTerminology >Networking >ProtocolsNetworking Parity A modem checking technique for memory or data communication errors. ProtocolProtocol A set of rules and conventions governing how devices on a network exchange information. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart

37 TerminologyTerminology >Networking >ProtocolsNetworking ParityParity A modem checking technique for memory or data communication errors. Protocol A set of rules and conventions governing how devices on a network exchange information. Graphic – Microsoft Clipart


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