Wednesday, November 28, 2007

DM2553: All terms and examination


So, now it's 8 days left for the examination of terms of media technology. The day for the test will be 2007-12-06 (6th of December) between 17.00 and 18.00 in Loftet. You'll receive a list at the end of this week where you can see if you're going to do it at 17.00 or 17.30.

Earlier today, I published the rest of the terms in both systems
(SimpleLearn and the List of terms). I also made some changes about the list, which means that you're able to see both the term and the definition at the same time from now on. The list can be found at

In SimpleLearn you need to add a new list, the one named "Terms of Media Technology 2" which you'll find in the control panel, to see all terms.

So, now it's up to you to choose how you want to study for the last week. If you have any question, don't hesitate to mail me at

I've also heard that some of you would like to see what kind of question that you'll get at the test. Therefore, I list some typical questions below, all five types.

1. Fill the gap
One byte is equal to [ ] bits.

2. True or false
Singback is the definition of a performance when the artist is singing live to music from a record.
[ ] True
[ ] False

3. One-choice-quetion (only one answer is correct)
What's a PDA?
[ ] It's computer unit smaller than a laptop (portable computer).
[ ] It's the port for a microphone at the computer
[ ] It's a flat screen that can be used as a computer screen as well as tv-screen.

4. Multiple-choice-question (one to five answers are correct)
Of the following options, who are the right description of a cardioid microphone?
[ ] It's "deaf" at the back
[ ] It takes up all sounds from the sides
[ ] It's most sensitive for sounds at the front
[ ] It's most sensitive for sounds at the back
[ ] It's always a red microphone

5. Free questions (decribe the term after the instruction/question)
Describe the term animation, what it is and how you make it.

Good luck!

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