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Ch 2 Vocabulary

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This condition states that "robust and reliable access to current and emerging technologies and digital resources, with connectivity for all students, teachers, staff, and school leaders" is necessary to effectively leverage technology for learning. Equitable Access
Often referred to as the processor, where the processing of the information in a computer system takes place. Central Processing Unit (CPU)
Allows the input of data into the computer. Input Device
Small portable tool allows the user to input handwritten notes on a small screen using a special pen or a tiny keyboard. Personal Digital Assistant (PDA)
When connected to a computer, the sensitive screen captures everything written or drawn on its surface, which can later be transferred to the computer and printed. Interactive Whiteboard
Measured diagonally from corner to corner. Monitor Size
Measurement for monitor resolution, a single colored square on the screen. Pixel
A readable, permanent copy. Hard Copy
Measurement for the brightness of a projector. Lumens
Provides great flexibility in mobile storage devices. USB Drive
Used for high-speed connection to the internet or another network. Ethernet Port
Includes devices for special needs students, such as readers and special keyboards. Assistive Technology
Allow direct selection or operation by touching the appropriate area of the screen. Touch Screen
Allows the user to control the cursor using ultrasound, an infrared beam, eye movements, nerve signals, or even brain waves. Electronic Pointing Device
Allows storage of information, is internal to the computer, and is divided into two types of memory. Memory Unit
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