1. Resources Home
  2. Secondary
  3. Computing
  4. Data and information
  5. Collecting and organising data
OCR - ALEVEL - Computer Science - Exchanging Data

OCR - ALEVEL - Computer Science - Exchanging Data

Objective: - We’re learning to explain how compression methods are used in computer systems. Outcomes: - Lossy vs Lossless compression – Understanding it’s uses. Run length encoding and dictionary coding for lossless compression Symmetric and asymmetric encryption Different uses of hashing This covers the introduction to Lossy vs Lossless and talks about run length encoding and encryption. Includes a link to a khan academy video on encryption from YouTube * Referenced *
r_chambers
OCR Model Sample Task Solution NEA : Mr Leeman

OCR Model Sample Task Solution NEA : Mr Leeman

Attached is the solution i made to the sample task released by OCR, it has been created using Python (version 3) with the use of the SQLite3 library. An SQL database was created called students to store the information needed. The program allows the user to log in and do the following: 1. Enter and store the students details 2. Recall a students details (need ID number) 3. Show all students 4. Show students by gender 5. Show students by form 6. Delete a Student 7. Log out the data in the database was created using a random name/street generator.
msmarwaha
GDPR Consent of the Data Subject 6.1n Bundle

GDPR Consent of the Data Subject 6.1n Bundle

Covers: 6.1a) Consent of the Data Subject 6.1b) Performance of a Contract 6.1c) Compliance with a legal obligation 6.1d) Protect the vital interests of a Data Subject or another Person 6.1e) Performance of a task carried out in the Public Interest 6.1f) Legitimate Interests
biznetworker
Everything I Needed When I First Started Teaching Geography

Everything I Needed When I First Started Teaching Geography

Geography Bundle This resource is everything I needed when I first started teaching Geography. It targets children from the age of 8 through to 16. It includes: 1) Every possible outline map for Britain, Europe and the rest of the World. 2) Basic Skills for teaching mapwork. 3) How to interpret pictures into field sketch images. 4) A Fact File Project that links Geography and IT at a very basic level. There are also many challenges offered for writing sentences and passages using geographical terminology and vocabulary. This bundle is a special offer to young teachers of Geography in the Secondary sector (KS3 and 4) and Junior School Teachers who are responsible for delivering Humanities at Key Stage 2 Level. The whole package makes up 100's of lessons.
IanPCostaDelSol
Cities of the British Isles - Fact File Project for Geography & Information Technology

Cities of the British Isles - Fact File Project for Geography & Information Technology

British Cities Fact File Challenge This project offers a research opportunity to find out more about the cities of Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool and London. The resource is aimed at children from Years 5 to Year 9 and it provides an opportunity to combine Information Technology with Geography. It is an ideal opportunity to use a presentation to introduce the topic of British Cities. This can be extended to perhaps 4 introductory lessons with a collection of smaller challenges. After an initial introduction the students can then gather their own selected information about all ten of the cities included in the study. At the end of the project they should have a document consisting of 10 fact files and a much better knowledge of cities in both the United Kingdom and The Republic of Ireland.
IanPCostaDelSol