Making data digital

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This resource looks at various ways at how digital images and sounds are quantified in such a way that the computer can store and interpret them. This looks at the effects of digitising different types of data, and the effect that this has on both the size and the quality of the resulting files. It may be necessary to produce some supporting activities for students to undertake in lessons, to support their understanding of the content of this presentation. 

Jess Wade is the author of this resource.

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