|A4||A standard paper size. May vary from region to region.
Australian A4 is 210mm X 297mm.
|A5||A standard paper size. May vary from region to region.
Australian A4 is 148mm x 210mm.
|CMYK||Refers to the four inks used in colour printing:
cyan, magenta, yellow, and key (black).
|Compressed file||Files that take up less space.
Generally compressing files reduces the quality.
|Curriculum||The subjects comprising a course of study offered at a school.|
|DPI||Dots Per Inch is used to measure the resolution of an image.
DPI measures how many dots fit into a linear inch.
The higher the DPI equals higher resolution and better quality in printing.
|High resolution||Images that are sharp and finely detailed.|
|Kb||Kilobyte is a unit of mesurement for file size or memory.
1kb is equal to 0.00098 MB. Files should be large when printing.
|MB||Megabyte is a unit of mesurement for file size or memory.
1 MB is equal to 1024 kb. Files should be large when printing.
|Mosaic||Small tiles (images or colours) put together to produce a pattern.|
|Multiculturalism||Several different cultures coexisting peascefully within a unified society.|
|Reflective writing||A writer describing real or imaginary events through personal thought or consideration.|
|Topical writing||Writing relating to a theme, subject or issue (generally current).|