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C2 Vocabulary 0407

equitable access necessary to effectively leverage technology for learning
access options different ways students can access computers in schools.
COWS computers on wheels
control unit retrieves instructions, sends commands to computer
arithmetic logic unit performs math calculations required in many data processing programs
memory unit allows info storage, internal, two memory types (RAM & ROM)
Bit binary character, 0 or 1
cache temp storage area that provides quick access to info
RAM random access memory, temp data only available while computer is on
ROM read only memory, permanent internal memory, stores instructions installed by manufacturer
Byte 8 bits
input devices allow input of data. ie keyboards, scanners, microphone
output devices produce data after processed. ie hard copy,printers, speakers
anti-glare filters clear screens that fit over computer monitor to reduce glare from overhead lights and large windows
electronic pointing device allow user to control cursor using ultrasound , eye movements, nerve signals
Created by: jerrian_hall