Briean Shelton

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(From right to left)Brieana, Mariah Shelton(Sister), Kyra Cooper(Foster Aunt), Yevette Collier(Mother) on vaction at Disney World

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Life & Family

Brieana Tarre' Shelton was born on August,15, 1993 to Mark and Yevette Shelton. She is the younger sister to Mariah and Tyler Shelton and the older half-sister to Tyrese and Tyson Shelton. At a young age she was diagnosed with ADHD and Asburgers syndrome and developed Thanatophobia(the fear of death)after the passing of her paternal grandmother around the age of five. Due to her father's ocupation in the Navy Brieana and her family moved often from base to base but majority of her childhood was spent on the island of Ohau in the state of Hawaii. When her parent's divorced in her early pre-teens and her mother re-married an army man (Bobby Collier) Brieana left Ohau and settled in North Carolina. After four years Brieana's mother moved her and her older brother and sister to Rohde island then to Georgia where her maternal grandmother, Marget Cooper, and foster aunt, Kyra Cooper would come to live with them.

Hobbies

Naturally imaginative and creative Brieana enjoys read, writing, and crafting.

Schooling

Due to her family's frequent moves Brieana would not spend more than a year in one school until she moved to georgia. there she attended Shilioh Middle and Shiloh High School. Though she was not a bad student Brieanaoften got repremanded for reading, wrighting, and day dreaming during class. In 2012 she graduated from Shiloh and enrolled in GGC for a degree in Early Childhood education.

Hopes for the future

After getting her degree Brieana hopes to go to Graduate school to get a degree in libaray science and become a librairan. She also hopes to publish a book and have a family.

Classmates

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Terms

Computer Literacy: nontechnical information about computers.

Data mining: collecting or analyzing pre-existing data stored in a database.

Bluetooth: wireless networking technology that use short-wave frequencies.

RFID : stands for radio frequency identification which is a technology that uses electronic tags.

Nanotechnology : a technology executed on the scale of less than 100 nanometers.

Nanoscience : the study of the performance of ultra-small structures, materials, and devices, usu.

Patient Simulator : is a computer driven multi-discipline facility that caters to all levels of providers.

PDA : personal digital assistant.

Digital Divide : the gap between those people who have internet access and those who do not.

Software : programs used to direct the operation of a computer, as well as documentation giving instructions on how to use them.

Spam : unsolicited electronic mail or text messages sent to people

QR Code:A technology that lets any piece of print in the real world host a live link to online infromation and video content

SwiftRiver:A platform that helps peaopl make sense of alot of information in a short amount of time

Data mining: the locating of previously unknown patterns and relationships within data using a database application, e.g. the locating of customers with common interests in a retail establishment's database

3Collaborative consumption: Joining together as a group to use a specific product more efficinatly

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Chapter 2 terms: Hardware

Adapter card: A printed circuit card required to allow a computer to support a new device or enable a computer to communicate with a peripheral; also called controller card

Connectivity port:An interface between computers and devices.

CPU: Central processing unit: the key component of a computer system, which contains the circuitry necessary to interpret and execute program instructions.

Drive bay:A space inside a computer in which a floppy disk, hard disk, or disk drive can be accommodated.

DVI: Short for Digital Visual Interface, a digital interface standard created by the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG) to convert analog signals into digital signals to accommodate both analog and digital monitors. Data is transmitted using the transition minimized differential signaling (TMDS) protocol, providing a digital signal from the PC's graphics subsystem to the display.

Ethernet port:Ethernet is a family of computer networking technologies for local area networks

Firewire port: The IEEE 1394 interface is a serial bus interface standard for high-speed communications and isochronous real-time data transfer. It was developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s by Apple, who called it FireWire.

Hard drive:A high-capacity, self-contained storage device containing a read-write mechanism plus one or more hard disks, inside a sealed unit. Also called hard disk drive.

Hardware: The mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical devices comprising a computer system, as the CPU, disk drives, keyboard, or screen.

Modem port:an electronic device that makes possible the transmission of data to or from a computer via telephone or other communication lines.

Optical drive:In computing, an optical disc drive is a disk drive that uses laser light or electromagnetic waves within or near the visible light spectrum as part of the process of reading or writing data to or from optical discs

Parallel port: a connector for a device that sends or receives several bits of data simultaneously by using more than one wire.

Port: a hole or connection found on the back of a computer. Hardware ports allow computers to have access to external devices such as computer printers. Below is a short listing of the different computer ports you may find on a computer. In the picture to the right, is just one example of a type of port on the back of a computer.

Power supply: A power supply is a device that supplies electric power to an electrical load. The term is most commonly applied to electric power converters that convert one form of electrical energy to another, though it may also refer to devices that convert another form of energy to electrical energy

RAM:A memory device in which information can be accessed in any order.

ROM: Read Only Memory (ROM) is computer memory that can permanently store data and applications within it. There are various types of ROM with names like EPROM (Eraseable ROM) or EEPROM (Electrically Eraseable ROM). Unlike RAM, when a computer is powered down, the contents of the ROM are not lost.

S-video: Separate Video, more commonly known as S-Video, Super-video and Y/C, is an analog video transmission that carries standard definition video typically at 480i or 576i resolution. Video information is encoded on two channels: luma and chroma.

Serial port: a connector by which a device that sends data one bit at a time may be connected to a computer.

USB port:Universal Serial Bus is an industry standard developed in the mid-1990s that defines the cables, connectors and communications protocols used in a bus for connection, communication, and power supply between computers and electronic devices.

VGA port: A Video Graphics Array connector is a three-row 15-pin DE-15 connector. The 15-pin VGA connector is found on many video cards, computer monitors, and high definition television sets

Video card: a printed circuit board controlling output to a display screen.

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Application software:Application software is a program or group of programs designed for end users. These programs are divided into two classes: system software and application software. While system software consists of low-level programs that interact with computers at a basic level, application software resides above system software and includes database programs, word processors, spreadsheets, etc. Application software may be grouped along with system software or published alone.

Computer-aided design (CAD):A computer program which implements the functions of geometric design, drafting and documentation.

Database software:The phrase used to describe any software that is designed for creating databases and managing the information stored in them.

Desktop publishing software (DTP):Desktop publishing software is a tool for graphic designers and non-designers to create visual communications (brochures, business cards, greeting cards, Web pages, posters, etc.) for professional or desktop printing as well as for online or on-screen electronic publishing.

Digital video editing software: The process of manipulating and rearranging video shots to create a new work. Editing is usually considered to be one part of the post production process — other post-production tasks include titling, colour correction, sound mixing, etc.

Drawing/Illustration software: graphics program used for creating illustrations. It maintains an image in vector graphics format, which allows all elements of the picture to be isolated, moved and scaled independent of the others.

Freeware:A software you can download, pass around, and distribute without any initial payment. However, the great part about freeware is that you never have to pay for it. No 30 day limit, no demo versions, no disabled features -- it's totally free. Things like minor program updates and small games are commonly distributed as freeware. Though freeware does not cost anything, it is still copyrighted, so other people can't market the software as their own.

Image/Photo editing software: An image editor deals primarily with bitmap images such as photos and other bitmap images including GIF, PNG, and TIFF formats. An image editing application that is specialized for managing photos from digital cameras. It is used to crop and touch up photos, as well as organize them into albums and slide shows. Photo editors typically do not have the myriad filters and features of a full-blown image editor such as Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro. However, they include a basic set of tools that is sufficient for most consumers

Integrated help: A discipline that combines processes and procedures from systems engineering, systems management, and product development for the purpose of developing large-scale complex systems that involve hardware and software and may be based on existing or legacy systems coupled with totally new requirements to add significant functionality.

Multimedia software:Multimedia software are computer applications which can process information. The information can be processed in a number of media formats including text, graphics, audio and video. Macromedia Flash is an example of multimedia software.

Open source software: Software whose source code is available for modification or enhancement by anyone.

Productivity software:Any application people use to "produce" information. Virtually any program used to create or modify a document, image, audio or video clip is productivity software. However, business application suites such as Microsoft Office, which include word processing, spreadsheet and presentation programs, are typically called productivity software. Contrast with "utility program," such as a file manager, which is used to organize files and folders on the computer.

Shareware:software that is available free of charge and often distributed informally for evaluation, after which a fee may be requested for continued use.

Software:The programs and other operating information used by a computer.

Software suite:A software suite is a collection of computer programs, which shares a common user interface and one with the ability to share data with each other. One of the most common software suites is Microsoft office followed by the adobe collection.

Spreadsheet software:Computer programs (e.g. Excel, Lotus) that have efficient and accurate methods of working with numbers. They are used to perform a wide variety of simple to complex calculations, and offer charting and graphing capabilities.

System software: A type of computer program that is designed to run a computer's hardware and application programs

Web-based application software: An application in which all or some parts of the software are downloaded from the Web each time it is run. It may refer to browser-based apps that run within the user's Web browser, or to "rich client" desktop apps that do not use a browser or to mobile apps that access the Web for additional information.

Web page authoring software: A Web site development system that allows Web pages to be visually created like a desktop publishing program. It generates the required HTML code for the pages and is able to switch back and forth (in varying degrees) between the page layout and the HTML. At a high level, the software is judged by its GUI tools used for designing the page. At a low level, the clarity of HTML code that is generated determines how easily people can modify and maintain the site.

Word processing software: Computer programs that allow documents to be typed, revised, formatted and printed quickly and efficiently (e.g. Word, Word Perfect).

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