Google Apps & Canvas (new)
Terms in this set (40)
An area which you can save and share all of your work.
An app which allows you to create letters, documents, stories, similar to Microsoft Word.
An app which allows you to create tables, store data, create graphs, similar to Microsoft Excel.
An app which allows you to create presentations, similar to Microsoft Powerpoint.
An app which allows you to create surveys which will prepare and give you the feedback.
An option that allows you to share a file with other people.
to move a file from the computer to the internet
to move a file from the internet to your computer
Shared with Me
folder that contains files & folders that have been specifically shared with the user
An app which allows you to create drawings, diagrams, and charts.
The management system used to store your class assignments.
The location on google that allows you to access all google apps in one location (composed of 9 squares)
The learning management system that we use in Allen ISD.
(n) a mix of in-class instruction and online learning
(adj) describes activities that are not happening at the same time
(n) software that lets your computer access the Internet; for example, Google Chrome, Safari, and Firefox
(n) informal, online speech;
(v) to communicate informally online by typing
(n) an online space to store information, like videos, audio files, documents, etc.
(n) letters, numbers, and symbols that make up instructions for computer programs
(n) something you write in reply to what someone else has written online;
(v) to reply to what someone else has written online
(n) a tool that you can use for online learning, including. computers, tablets, smart phones, headsets, microphones, and webcams.
(n) an online place to have a written conversation with other people
(v) to put code for a video file from YouTube onto a website like a blog or a wiki
(adj / n) face-to-face class; in-class instruction
(n) HyperText Markup Language is the code that tells a computer what to display
(n) words or an image that you click to go to another website or another place online;
(v) to connect to another website or another place online
(n) a learning management system is a place to find all the information you may need about your course
(v) to find your way around the various parts of a website
(adj) when you are using your computer but not using the Internet
(adj) when you are using the Internet to do tasks on your computer
(v) to write on a blog or a discussion board;
(n) what you have written on a blog or a discussion coard
(n) information (words and maybe a picture) about yourself for a website that you belong to
(v) to send your writing so it appears on a blog or other website
(n) a Quick Response Code; a kind of barcode that has many uses, including storing the address of a website
(n) an answer to a post or comment made by someone else on a website;
(v) to answer to a post or a comment on a website
(adj) describes events that happen at the same time
(v) to make your computer pointer (or cursor) move to a different area without pressing enter or using the mouse
(n) a second or additional page that can be opened in a web browser without closing the first window
(n) a section of a computer screen (usually at the top of the screen) that has buttons and icons
(n) an image or a symbol that represents a tool, a function, or a file
(n) a web address