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CD-ROM

Compact disk-read only memory Informatics A compact disk, capable of holding ± 750 MB of permanent data, which is recorded or burned only once. Cf CD-RW.
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To gain more insight on how to publish an educational CD-ROM, contact Ember Media at info@embermedia.com (www.embermedia.com; 212-695-1919).
Mastering the 7 CD-ROM SQL Server 2005 Programming training series is equivalent to three years of on-the-job experience.
The CD-ROMs will be attached to this small piece of wood, the "wood support."
In the structured multimedia learning group, students used the selected basal reader text and companion multimedia CD-ROM. The instruction consisted of structured steps using: (a) a study guide, (b) an advanced organizer for content, and (c) collaborative learning activities.
NavAir 00-25-100, work package 20, paragraph d, offers help on how to incorporate changes on paper and on CD-ROM. This manual has examples in figure 2, sheets 1 and 2, on how to incorporate paper changes.
The CD-Rom retails at pounds 9.99 and is only available at Easons stores and on-line from the Belfast Giants web site.
Most computers today still come with CD-ROM drives -- mechanisms that spin the discs -- but new technology called CD-R is surpassing the CD-ROM.
The scheme apparently works well enough to attract Adobe (at least); and Kodak has started manufacturing programmable CD-ROMs in its Guadalajara, Mexico, and County Cork, Ireland, facilities.
The Funk & Wagnalls Multimedia Encyclopedia is available free of charge on the Web (http://www.funkandwagnalls.com/encycloPedia), and it has the same textual and multimedia elements as the $30 Simon & Schuster CD-ROM version (except for a few more video clips on the disc).
Collection development has become exponentially more complex due to the gradual emergence over the last one and one-half to two decades of new technologies and formats including, but not limited to, CD-ROM, electronic serials, electronic books, the Internet, and the Word Wide Web.
The CD-ROM version of the Rapra Abstracts database contains essentially the same information as the web version.