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مصطلحات تعليم الكتروني تبدأ بحرف (S)




Satellite TV:
Video and audio signals relayed via a communication device that orbits around the earth.

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Scalability:
The degree to which a computer application or component can be expanded in size, volume, or number of users served and continue to function properly.

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Scanner:
A device that converts a printed page or image into an digital representation that can be viewed and manipulated on a computer.

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Schema:
1) A relatively simple ****ual de******ion or representation of the internal structure of a database, including table names, element names, and relationships between elements.
2) One of several new entities that define the structure and ******* parameters for XML ********s.

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SCORM ) Sharable ******* Object Reference Model):


A set of specifications that, when applied to course *******, produces small, reusable learning objects. A result of the Department of Defense's Advance Distributed Learning (ADL) initiative, SCORM-compliant courseware elements can be easily merged with other compliant elements to produce a highly modular repository of training materials.

SCORM
هو أحد معايير التعليم الإلكتروني التي تمكن المدرب من استيراد المحتوى التعليمي و مشاركته و إعادة استخدامه و تصديره إلى أي نظام تعلم آخر يدعم هذه المعايير. و بتطبيق هذه المعايير يصبح بالإمكان معرفة نتائج المتدرب والمدة الزمنية التي قضاها وكذلك تدرجه في استيعاب المادة التدريبية.



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Screen reader:
Computer software that speaks **** on the screen. Often used by individuals who are visually impaired.

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Screenshot:
A picture of a computer display that shows the display at a given point in time. Also called a screen capture. Annotated screenshots are often used in software manuals and training programs.
صورة ملتقطة
صورة ملتقطة من شاشة الحاسب تعرض نقطة معينة لشرح برنامج تدريبي مثلاً.


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A program or set of instructions not carried out by the computer processor but by another program. Code is interpreted at run time rather than being stored in executable format.

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******ing ********:
See ******.

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Scroll:
To move **** and images on a computer screen in a constant direction--down, up, right, or left.

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Section 508:
The section of the 1998 Rehabilitation Act that states that all electronic and information technology procured, used, or developed by the federal government after June 25, 2001, must be accessible to people with disabilities. Affected technology includes hardware such as copiers, fax machines, telephones, and other electronic devices as well as application software and ***sites. See [عزيزى الزائر لايمكنك مشاهده الروابط الا بعد التسجيلللتسجيل اضغط هنا].

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Seamless technology:
Technology that's easy to use, intuitive in nature, and isn't the focus of the learning experience. Also called transparent technology.


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Self-assessment:
The process by which the learner determines his or her personal level of knowledge and skills.

اختبار ذاتي
عملية تقييم ذاتي للمستوى العلمي والمهارات في مادة معينة
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Self-paced learning:
An offering in which the learner determines the pace and timing of ******* delivery.

التعليم الذاتي
العملية التعليمية التي يحدد فيها المتدرب المكان و الزمان المناسبين له.
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The Semantic ***:
A concept proposed by World Wide *** inventor Tim Berners-Lee. States that the *** can be made more useful by using methods such as ******* tags to enable computers to understand what they're displaying and to communicate effectively with each other. That, says Berners-Lee, will increase users' ability to find the information they see.

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Serial bus:
A channel through which information flows, one bit at a time, between two or more devices in or connected to a computer. A bus typically has multiple points of access through which devices can attach to it.

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Serial port:
A connection point for peripheral devices to be attached to a computer, through which data transmission occurs one bit at a time.

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Server:
A computer with a special service function on a network, generally to receive and connect incoming information traffic.

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Simulations:
Highly interactive applications that allow the learner to model or role-play in a scenario. Simulations enable the learner to practice skills or behaviors in a risk-free environment.
المحاكاة
برنامج تفاعلي يمكن المتدرب من تمثيل المادة أو جزء منها بطريقة نموذجية شبيهة بالحقيقية.وبهذا يستطيع المتدرب ممارسة المهارات والخبرات بطريقة آمنة

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Skill gap analysis:
Compares a person's skills to the skills required for the job to which they have been, or will be, assigned. A simple skill gap analysis consists of a list of skills required along with a rating of the employee's level for each skill. Ratings below a predetermined level identify a skill gap.

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Skills inventory:
A list of skills or competencies that an individual posssess, usually created by self-evaluation.

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SLIP )Serial Line Internet Protocol):
A means of allowing a user to connect to the Internet directly over a high-speed modem. Also see PPP. SLIP is older and used less frequently than PPP.


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Slow scan converter:
A transmitter or receiver of still video over narrowband channels. In real time, camera subjects must remain still for highest resolution.


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SME )subject matter expert):
An individual who is recognized as having proficient knowledge about and skills in a particular topic or subject area.
خبير المادة
مدرب لديه خبرة كافية في مجال تعليمي معين.

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Soft skills:

Business skills such as communication and presentation, leadership and management, human resources, sales and marketing, professional development, project and time management, customer service, team building, administration, accounting and finance, purchasing, and personal development
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Software:
A set of instructions that tell a computer what to do; a program.

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Source code:
Program instructions written by a software developer and later translated (usually by a compiler) into machine ******** that a computer can understand.
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Spam:
noun) Junk email that is sent, unsolicted and in bulk, to advertise products or services or publicize a message. The term may have originated from a Monty Python song. (verb) To send unsolicited bulk email to advertise products or services or publicize a message.


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Specification:
A plan, instruction, or protocol for e-learning that's established or agreed upon. Specification is often used interchangeably with standard, but the two terms are not truly synonymous. Specifications become standards only after they've been approved by an accrediting agency.


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SQL:
******** for accessing information in a database and updating entries.


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Stakeholder:
A person with a vested interest in the successful completion of a project. Stakeholders in e-learning often include the developer, the facilitator, the learners, the learners’ managers, customers, and so forth.

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Standard:
An e-learning specification established as a model by a governing authority such as IEEE or ISO to ensure quality, consistency, and interoperability.

المعيار
هو شرط تعليمي أسس بواسطة سلطة معينة كـ (IEEE أو ISO) ليقوم بذاته كنموذج يحقق الجودة و الكفاية و المشاركة.

تابع مصطلحات تبدأ بالحرف ( S )


Storyboard:
noun) An outline of a multimedia project in which each page represents a screen to be designed and developed. (verb) To create a storyboard.

عرض لمراحل تطوير مشروع معين. بحيث تعرض كل صفحة ما يتم إنشاؤه و تطويره حسب مدة معينة و حسب استخدام برامج محددة لإنشاء محتوى تعليمي متكامل و موافق للمعايير المتفق عليها

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Streaming media )streaming audio or video):
Audio or video files played as they are being downloaded over the Internet instead of users having to wait for the entire file to download first. Requires a media player program.



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Studying:
The self-directed practice of reviewing instructional material (usually as a follow-up to instruction) to improve retention and understanding. Aims to increase or improve skills or knowledge in the long-term, although some people argue that studying only places information in the short-term memory and mainly serves the goal of improving performance on tests.


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Style sheets:
In traditional print publishing and on the ***, style sheets specify how a ******** should appear, standardizing such elements as fonts, page layout and line spacing, repeated *******, and so forth. *** style sheets help ensure consistency across ***pages, but HTML coding can also override the sheets in designated sections of the pages. Also see CSS.


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Synchronous learning:
A real-time, instructor-led online learning event in which all participants are logged on at the same time and communicate directly with each other. In this virtual classroom setting, the instructor maintains control of the class, with the ability to "call on" participants. In most platforms, students and teachers can use a whiteboard to see work in progress and share knowledge. Interaction may also occur via audio- or videoconferencing, Internet telephony, or two-way live broadcasts.

التعليم المتزامن
نوع من أنواع التعليم الإلكتروني يتم من خلاله ربط المدرب بالمتدربين في بيئة تعليمية حقيقية بحيث يتواصل المتدرب مع مدربه مباشرةً على الرغم من البعد و الانفصال الجغرافي. و بهذا النوع من التعليم يكون المدرب مشرفاً على الفصل مع إمكانية محادثة المتدربين مباشرة. بالإضافة إلى إمكانية رؤية الطلاب للسبورة الإلكترونية داخل القاعة حال الشرح.

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Synergy:
The dynamic energetic atmosphere created in an online class when participants interact and productively communicate with each other.


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System requirements:
The technological conditions required to run a software application. Includes the operating system, programming ********, database, hardware configuration, bandwidth, processing power, and so forth

متطلبات النظام
الشروط الواجب توفرها لتشغيل برنامج معين متضمنةً نظام التشغيل و اللغة المستخدمة و الداعمة و توافقية الأجهزة و سرعة الاتصال و غير ذلك..

 

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