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Imaging Software

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Shannon Robinson

on 25 November 2014

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Transcript of Imaging Software

All About This Software
All imaging software is capable of converting hard-copy images to digital images.
Once converted this graphic can be treated like any other digital image.
Some imaging software is capable of converting pages of text into pages of electronic text that can be manipulated by a word processor too.
Hard-copy versions of worksheets or tests can be digitized and saved as word-processed documents
This feature can add a valuable tool for busy educators while adding little cost to software.
Imaging Software

Examples of things one can do with this software:
A photograph of a flower could be scanned with imaging software and saved as a digital graphic to then be opened in a drawing program so that arrows and text enhancements can be dded to label the image
Imaging Software
Lets one scan, capture, and edit hard-copy images including text, graphics, and photos
Text, Graphics, and Photos

Works Cited
What is Imaging Software?
Imaging Software:
The family of software packages that are used with scanners to convert hard-copy images to digital images.

Typically scanners are bundled with imaging software that is compatible with their hardware
Lever-Duffy, Judy. "Academic Software." Teaching and Learning with Technology. 4th ed. Vol. 1. Boylston Street, Boston, MA: Pearson Education, 2011. 208-209. Print.
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