videotext


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vid·e·o·tex

 (vĭd′ē-ō-tĕks′) also vid·e·o·text (-tĕkst′)
n.
An information service in which data is transmitted over television cables or telephone lines and displayed on a television or computer screen.

videotext

(ˈvɪdɪəʊˌtɛkst)
n
(Computer Science) a means of providing a written or graphical representation of computerized information on a television screen
Translations

videotext

[ˈvɪdɪəʊˌtekst] Nvideotexto m
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Repair and maintenance services of videotext equipment.
E-learning was defined as "learning via electronic sources, such as television, computer, videodisk, teletext, videotext.
The technology which came into usage was called videotext and it was first introduced by M.
I quickly learned that the videotext message was coming to me courtesy of Glide, a mobile phone app founded in late 2012.
CRS are normally operated by tourism service providers, such as airline companies, hotels, or tour operators, and they are distributed nationally or internationally through computerized systems or videotext.
He focuses on the Internet in relation to the response of newspapers to early videotext experiments and the rise of cable television.
Kyrish, Sandy 1996, 'From Videotext to the internet: Lessons from Online Services 1981-1996', Research Report No.
Effects of listening strategy instruction on news videotext comprehension.
Last year, they cracked a bank's security codes through a nationwide videotext network called Bildschirm-text just to show they could do it.
Cuando aparecieron las redes telematicas anteriores a Internet, es decir los videotext (Ibertext, Ibercom, Minitel) y los Bolletin Board System (BBS), fueron aprovechados por iniciativas pioneras de educacion a distancia, disenandose entornos muy parecidos a los actuales.
Some examples of auxiliary aids include qualified interpreters, note-takers, computer-aided transcription services, written materials, telephone handset amplifiers, assistive listening systems, telephones compatible with hearing aids, closed caption decoders, open and closed captioning, telecommunications devices for deaf persons (TDD's), videotext displays, and exchange of written notes.
The impact of usage experience on technology adoption has also been studied in various applications such as videotext (LaRose and Atkin, 1992), internet purchases (George, 2002) and mobile commerce (Yang, 2005).