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Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
ATM is a network technology used for transferring the data at a high speed. It supports real-time voice and video as well as data and it can reach speeds of up to 10 Gbps.
AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)
It is an MPEG-4-based audio file developed by Apple. It is an advancement over MP-3 format and operable by only Apple software.
Access Control List (ACL)
It is a security feature that determines in a database the task of either an individual user or a group of users.
The process whereby an organisation receives recognition or gets certified by a guiding or controlling institution. In order to receive certification, the organisation needs to demonstrate and meet specific measures of quality, conformance or adherence.
It refers to the requirement which an organisation meets to get authorisation and approval to perform a specified task.
It refers to a voluntary, non-governmental association that administers accrediting procedures. Accrediting bodies, listed officially by the Secretary of Education, are a part of Department of Education’s processes which determines institutional eligibility for certain federal funds.
It refers to Accredited Clinical Educator scheme developed by CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy). It works as a labelling system in the e-Portfolio.
During the learning process, students apply new skills to actual situations following procedure and directions established during the training period. This is called active learning.
Action learning model
Action learning model is designed to deliver ROL (Return on Learning) through single or team project application. It provides the key focus for learning.
It refers to educational processes or methods that engage learners in all learning activities, reducing the role of faculty to that of a guide. This kind of learning is said to enhance the learning experience of learners and enable them acquire skills of much higher levels.