Nichola Wilkin - Computer Science
Nichola Wilkin - Computer Science
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This lesson teachers pupils about how bitmap images are created and processed and includes topics such as grid size, colour depth and compression techniques.

The pupils practice creating simple bit map images and then find an image and practice saving the files in different formats to see the difference between lossy and lossless compression.

Suitable for GCSE Computer Science classes and KS3 Computing and ICT classes.

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25 days ago

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a month ago

Thank you. These are just what I needed for my class.


10 months ago

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