The use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
A special alpha-numeric key provided with software to authenticate legitimate purchases of the software and allow its installation on a computer system. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
The study of the design of computer hardware and furniture in the workplace to work in harmony with the physical health of users. The purpose is to design hardware that will minimise the risk to […]
The process of broadcasting a video stream from your webcam. This is usually a live stream that users can view online via an application such as YouTube. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
Random Access Memory are small memory chips on a circuit board that slot into the motherboard. RAM is where data being processed is temporary stored before being saved for permanent storage on the hard drive. […]
Single Board Computers, such as the Raspberry Pi, are small computing devices that can be used for a variety of purposes that include experimentation, learning how to program, robotics and home automation, and performing computing […]
A primary key is a unique value for a record in a database. Every record must have a primary key to avoid duplicate entries and database errors. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
A technique used to “steal” or redirect traffic that would normally be directed to another website in search engine results. [The Digital Classroom Resource].
A device shaped like a pen that works with touch screens or graphics tablets. Users use it to interact with the GUI of the Operating System. [The Digital Classroom Resource].