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Unit 1 - Introduction to Digital Media

A career that involves taking pictures of subjects such as people, buildings or merchandise to be used in a variety of media Commercial Photographer
Laws designed to protect intellectual property rights and provide potential monetary rewards for inventiveness and hard work Copyright laws
A career that involves designing and creating the graphics that accompanies text as well as page layouts. Desktop Publisher
Using a computer and software program to produce high quality, printed documents that combine text and graphics Desktop Publishing
Using technology to convey information Digital Media
A section of the U.S. Copyright law that allows the use of copyrighted works in reporting news, conducting research, and teaching. Fair use
Software that is provided without charge Freeware
A career that involves designing or creating graphics to meet specific commercial or promotional needs. Graphic designer
A computer-based communication process that incorporates text, graphics, sound, animation and video Multimedia
A person who takes photographs, either as a hobby or a profession. Photographer
Property rights that belong to the community at large, are unprotected by copyright or patent, and are subject to use by anyone. Public Domain
prepared material that can be used legally, without paying a fee to the artist, publishing company, etc; some material is available at no cost, however, most material must be purchased. Royalty free
Copyrighted software that is available free of charge on a trial basis Shareware
A name, symbol, or other device identifying a product; it is officially registered with the U.S. government and its use is legally restricted to its owner. Trademark
A career involved in the production of video material Videographer
A career that involves designing, creating, and modivying websites. Website Developer
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