Glossary of Terms
Glossary Term  Meaning / guidelines 
10
Minutes of Code for the 
Definition: Simple lessons that introduce students to the basics of coding and build their understanding of math concepts, programming logic and coding skills using TI84 Plus CE or TINspire™ CX technology to control the TIInnovator™ Hub. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not
be translated: 10 Minutes of Code for the 
ACT^{®} 
Advanced College Testing Disclaimer: ACT is a registered trademark of ACT, Inc., which does not endorse TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.act.org. See also: Testing Statements 
Activity Center 
Definition: A TINavigator™ Classroom Learning System feature that enables students to participate by contributing their work in realtime to a TINavigator™ shared workspace. 
addon apps 
Definition: The preferred reference for additional functionality available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator; the TI83 Plus graphing calculator; the TI84 Plus graphing calculator family; the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator; and the Voyage™ 200 calculator. 
administrator

Definition: The preferred term that specifically references principals, superintendents and supervisors. 
AP^{®} 
Advanced Placement First reference: Licensee must properly identify College Board trademarks by using the appropriate trademark symbol (^{®}) next to the mark, and must include the following footnote/disclaimer to ensure proper attribution of College Board ownership. Disclaimer: AP^{®} is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org. Disclaimer (must be used when referencing TI in Focus product): AP is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org. Note: The TI in Focus disclaimer cannot be changed as it was specifically written this way into the contract for TI in Focus. See also: Testing Statements 
AP^{®} Central 
Definition: College Board website section that includes course materials, exam information and professional development opportunities for AP^{®} teachers and coordinators. Disclaimer: AP^{®} Central is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org. 
app 
Definition: Acceptable reference to a graphing calculator application. Per common usage, do not capitalize in running text. Example: TI’s graphing calculator apps are pieces of software. 
Area Formulas App 
Definition: A preloaded app on the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator. 
Atomic Learning™ 
Definition: A provider of webbased software training and tutorials for TI teaching and learning technology. Disclaimer: Atomic Learning is a trademark owned by Hoonuit, LLC. 
BA II Plus™ calculator 
Definition: The BA II Plus™ calculator is our most popular financial calculator for business professionals and students. Exam acceptance: The BAII Plus is approved for the Chartered Financial Analyst^{®}* exam; GARP^{®} Financial Risk Manager (FRM^{®})† exam; and the Certified Management Accountants‡ exam. Disclaimers: *Chartered Financial Analyst^{®} is a registered trademark owned by CFA Institute. †GARP^{®} and FRM^{®} are registered trademarks owned by Global Association of Risk Professionals, Inc. ‡CMA^{®} is a registered trademark of the Institute of Management Accountants, Inc. None are affiliated with or endorse TI products. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: BA II Plus™ calculator 
BA II Plus™ Professional calculator 
Definition: Ideal for finance, accounting, economics, investment, statistics, and other business classes. Exam acceptance: The BA II Plus™ Professional calculator is approved for use on the Chartered Financial Analyst^{®}* exam and the GARP^{®} Financial Risk Manager (FRM^{®})† exam. Disclaimers: *Chartered Financial Analyst^{®} is a registered trademark owned by CFA Institute. †GARP^{®} is a trademark owned by Global Association of Risk Professionals, Inc. Neither is affiliated with or endorses TI products. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: BA II Plus™ Professional calculator 
Building Concepts in Mathematics 
Definition: Building Concepts in Mathematics is a series of focused lessons in four domains that are designed to help students connect concepts within and across grade levels. First reference: Building Concepts in Mathematics Second reference: Building Concepts The domains within Building Concepts are: » Fractions » Ratios and Proportional Relationships » Statistics and Probability » Expressions and Equations 
Building Perspective™ 
Definition: An addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator. Disclaimer: Building Perspective is a trademark of Sunburst Technology. 
builtin application 
Definition: The preferred term for dynamic TINspire™ functionality that includes: » Geometry » Graphs » Notes » Vernier DataQuest™ Application See Vernier DataQuest for disclaimer. 
Cabri™ Geometry App 
Definition: An addon app available for the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator and Voyage™ 200 calculator. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
Cabri™ II Plus 
Definition: Recognized by experts in pedagogy, specifically for its simplicity of use and solid educational foundation. First reference: Cabri™ II Plus software A trademark of Texas Instruments 
Cabri^{™} Jr. App 
Definition: An addon app available for the TI83 Plus graphing calculator and the TI84 Plus graphing calculator family. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
CABRILOG^{®} 
Definition: Interactive, dynamic math education software based on Cabri™ technology for students in elementary school through college. Disclaimer: CABRILOG is a registered trademark of CABRILOG SAS. 
Catalog Help 
Definition: An addon app available for the TI83 Plus graphing calculator, and the TI84 Plus and TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculators. 
Calculator application 
Definition: Dynamic functionality that is built into TINspire™ teaching and learning technology that enables students to perform computations and enter expressions, equations and formulas in proper math notation. 
CBL™ 
Definition: CalculatorBased Laboratory™ data collection device First reference: CBL™ data collection device Second reference: CBL™ device A trademark of Texas Instruments 
CBR™ 
Definition: CalculatorBased Ranger™ motion sensor, data collection device First reference: CBR™ motion sensor Second reference: CBR™ system, CBR™ device A trademark of Texas Instruments 
CBL™ 2 
Definition: A portable graphing calculator, batteryoperated data collection device for gathering realworld data. Data collected with a CalculatorBased Laboratory™ 2 can be retrieved and analyzed by TI graphing calculators. First reference: CBL™ 2 data collection device Second reference: CBL™ 2 device A trademark of Texas Instruments 
CBR™ 2 
Definition: The CalculatorBased Ranger™ 2 is a motion sensor that enables students to collect and analyze realworld data, such as distance, velocity and acceleration. First reference: CBR™ 2 motion sensor Second reference: CBR™ 2 system, CBR™ 2 device A trademark of Texas Instruments 
CellSheet™ App 
Definition: A preloaded app on the TI83 Plus graphing calculator; the TI84 Plus graphing calculator family; the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator; and the Voyage™ 200 calculator. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
Chem Box 
Definition: A TINspire™ feature that facilitates the entry of chemical notation. Enables users to input chemical formulas and equations into a Notes or Question application. 
Chemistry Question type 
Definition: A feature of TINspire™ Teacher Software and TINspire™ Navigator™ Teacher Software that enables teachers to create questions where the answers must be entered as chemical formulas, balanced or completed equations, predicted reaction products or predicted yield; enables consistent formatting of student answers. See also: Expression Question type and Image Question type. 
Class Analysis 
Definition: A TINavigator™ Classroom Learning System feature that enables teachers to collect and grade electronic files sent from student graphing calculators. 
Class Capture 
Definition: A TINspire™ Navigator™ System feature that enables teachers to view the TINspire™ graphing calculator screens of all connected graphing calculators in the classroom at one time. 
Class Workspace 
Definition: A feature of TINspire™ Navigator™ Teacher Software and the TINspire™ Navigator™ System that enables educators to control the classroom and network, and view screenshots of student graphing calculators. See also: Workspaces 
Classroom Management 
Definition: A TINavigator™ Classroom Learning System feature that supports twoway communication between student graphing calculators and the teacher’s classroom computer. 
Coaching 
Definition: Coaching is one of our offerings from Teachers Teaching with Technology™ (T^{3}™) professional development. It is ideal for helping teachers master strategies for using TI technology as tools for exploration, discovery, conceptual understanding and formative assessment. See also: T^{3}™ Coaches 
College Board^{®}

Definition: The College Board represents a large number of colleges and universities for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT^{®}) and the Advanced Placement (AP^{®}) program. Compliance with its standards is voluntary for the colleges that elect to join. Usage: College Board trademarks include, AP^{®}, Advanced Placement Program^{®}, PreAP^{®}, CLEP^{®}, SAT^{®}, and PSAT/NMSQT^{®}. First reference: Licensee must properly identify College Board trademarks by using the appropriate trademark symbol (^{®}) next to the mark, and must include the following footnote/disclaimer to ensure proper attribution of College Board ownership. Disclaimer: College Board^{®} is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org. For an extended list of College Board trademarks, go to: https://www.collegeboard.org/collegeboardtrademarks. See also: Testing Statements 
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) 
Definition: The Common Core State Standards is a set of learning standards that provide a clear and consistent understanding of what students are expected to learn. The standards comprise two elements: eight Mathematical Practices that describe varieties of expertise that educators should seek to develop in their students; and Math Content Standards that describe curriculum and pedagogical expectations.
When referencing both content and math standards and emphasizing both, use:
First reference: Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Content and Mathematical Practice Second acceptable reference: Any abbreviated form (below)
For referencing both content and practice without emphasizing either: First reference: Common Core State Standards for Mathematics Second acceptable reference: Common Core Third acceptable reference: CCSS
For referencing Mathematical Practice only: First reference: Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice Second acceptable reference: Common Core Math Practices Third acceptable reference: CCSS Math Practices
Abbreviated forms for referencing Math Content Standards only: First reference: Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Content Second acceptable reference: Common Core Math Content Standards Third acceptable reference: CCSS Math Content Standards 
Computer Algebra System (CAS) 
Definition: CAS provides algebraic capability to symbolically solve equations, factor and expand variable expressions, complete the square, find antiderivatives, computer limits and exact solutions in irrational forms. First reference: Computer Algebra System (CAS) (Capitalize when referencing TINspire™ CAS technology. Lowercase and spell out when used generically.) Second reference: CAS 
Concurrent License 
Definition: A TI computer software license type that allows simultaneous use of the software by one or more users, up to the maximum number of users agreed upon at the time of purchase. First reference: Concurrent License Second reference: CL 
Conic Graphing 
Definition: A TINspire™ menu option in the graphing application that provides templates for standard formats of conic equations. 
Definition: TINspire™ Navigator™ System functionality that enables educators to access and navigate to folders and files stored on computers, networks and external drives, and open, copy, and transfer content to students. See also: Workspaces 

Contacts app 
Definition: A preloaded app on the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator. 
course/subject names 
Lowercase school course/subject names. Uppercase proper nouns as you normally would. (This is an exception to AP style.) Example: prealgebra, algebra, biology, precalculus, calculus, geometry, physics, statistics, Euclidean geometry, American history, French, English If the course name includes a level designated by a number, use a Roman numeral. Example: algebra I, algebra II, geometry I, geometry II EXCEPTION: If the number is greater than five (six or higher), use Arabic numerals. Example: biology 209 
data collection device 
Definition: A sensor, usually plugandplay, that measures, among other things, motion, temperature and acidity, and transfers data onto a graphing calculator. 
Data & Statistics application 
Definition: Dynamic functionality that is built into TINspire™ teaching and learning technology that enables users to summarize and analyze data using different graphical methods such as histograms, box plots, bar and pie charts and more. 
Deep Sleep 
Definition: A feature of TINspire™ CX graphing calculators that helps reduce power drain during longterm storage. 
DLP^{®} 
Definition: TI technology used in digital projectors that provides enhanced image quality and superior picture reliability. First reference: DLP^{®}, DLP^{®} projection technology Disclaimer: DLP is a registered trademark of Texas Instruments. Note: One of just six TI products that takes the registered trademark ^{®}. 
Document Workspace 
Definition: A feature of TINspire™ Navigator™ Teacher Software and the TINspire™ Navigator™ System that enables educators to use their own TINspire™ Documents featuring dynamic TINspire™ capabilities (linking representations, GrabandMove, etc.). See also: Workspace 
DragScreen 
Definition: A feature of TINspire™ Teacher Software that enables the user to capture an image within an emulator screen, and then drag and drop it into an external application. 
Education Technology 
Definition: The division of Texas Instruments that provides a wide range of advanced learning tools and resources connecting the classroom experience with realworld applications and enabling students and teachers to explore math and science interactively. Designed with leading educators and researchers, TI’s educational technology and services are tested against recognized thirdparty research on effective instruction and improved student learning. For more than 20 years, TI has worked closely with educators and administrators to develop studentfocused curricular and supplemental classroom materials. Usage: Education Technology may be used as a standalone term. Spell out in all references. The acronym “ET” is not considered an acceptable second reference in marketing communications. 
education technology 
Definition: The preferred term to describe TI products (for example, graphing calculators, software and applications) that are specifically designed to support math and science educator teaching, instruction and student learning. 
Educational Technology Consultant (ETC) 
Definition: TI Education Technology’s field sales staff. First reference: Educational Technology Consultant (ETC) Second reference: ETC 
educator 
Definition: The preferred term that encompasses and references educators at all levels, including classroom teachers, principals, superintendents, curriculum developers, college professors, adjunct faculty at colleges and others in the field of education. 
EE*Pro^{®} App 
Definition: An addon app for the Voyage™ 200 calculator; preloaded calculator app on the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator. Disclaimer: EE*Pro is a registered trademark of da Vinci Technologies Group, Inc. 

Definition: Abbreviated term for electronic mail. Usage: No hyphen. 
enewsletter 
Definition: Abbreviated term for electronic newsletter. Usage: With hyphen (as of AP Stylebook 2017 update) 
ExamCalc™ 
Definition: Emulator software integrated into online exams for the TI108 calculator, TI30XS MultiView™ scientific calculator, TI34 MultiView™ scientific calculator, TI84 Plus graphing calculator or TI84 Plus CE graphing calculator. First reference: ExamCalc™ software for the TI108 calculator; ExamCalc™ software for the TI30XS MultiView™ scientific calculator; ExamCalc™ software for the TI34 MultiView™ scientific calculator; ExamCalc™ software for the TI84 Plus graphing calculator; ExamCalc™ software for the TI84 Plus CE graphing calculator Second reference: ExamCalc™ software A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: ExamCalc™ software for the TI108 calculator; ExamCalc™ software for the TI30XS MultiView™ scientific calculator; ExamCalc™ software for the TI34 MultiView™ scientific calculator; ExamCalc™ software for the TI84 Plus graphing calculator; ExamCalc™ software for the TI84 Plus CE graphing calculator; ExamCalc™ software 
EXPLORATIONS™ 
Definition: The EXPLORATIONS™ Series Activity Books help educators integrate TI technology into their curriculum and everyday instruction, from kindergarten classes all the way through college courses. First reference: EXPLORATIONS™ Series Activity Book Second reference: EXPLORATIONS™ book A trademark of Texas Instruments 
Expression Question type 
Definition: A question type in TINspire™ Teacher Software and TINspire™ Navigator™ Teacher Software that enables educators to create questions that require a question where the answer is answers in number or expression form. See also: Chemical Question type and Image Question type 
EZSpot 
Definition: Graphing and scientific calculators that are inscribed “SCHOOL PROPERTY” and feature bright, easytospot, “school bus yellow” back covers and slide cases to discourage theft from classrooms. First references: EZSpot TI30XS MultiView™ scientific calculator; EZSpot TI84 Plus graphing calculator; or EZSpot TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator Second references: EZSpot TI30XS MultiView™, EZSpot TI84 Plus, or EZSpot TI84 Plus Silver Edition 
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Glossary Term  Meaning / guidelines 
faceplate 
Definition: A removable cover that fits over the face of a graphing calculator. 
File Transfer 
Definition: A TINavigator™ Classroom Learning System feature that allows files to be transferred back and forth between teacher and students, enabling a broad range of classroom material for instruction. 
Finance App 
Definition: An addon application for the Voyage™ 200 calculator; preloaded app on the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator. 
French Localization app 
Definition: A preloaded app on the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. 
Geoboard App 
Definition: A preloaded app on the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator. 
The Geometer’s Sketchpad^{®} App EZSpot 
Definition: An addon app for the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator; preloaded app on the Voyage™ 200 calculator. Disclaimer: The Geometer’s Sketchpad is a registered trademark of Key Curriculum Press, Inc. 
Geometry application 
Definition: Dynamic functionality that is built in to TINspire™ teaching and learning technology that enables students to construct and explore geometric figures and create animations. 
GrabandMove 
Definition: An interactive TINspire™ feature that enables educators and students to grab a graphed function (for example, a parabola) on screen and move it to see the effect on the equation’s variables in real time. First reference: GrabandMove feature, GrabandMove 
Definition: Dynamic functionality that is built in to TINspire™ teaching and learning technology that enables students to plot and explore functions, equations and inequalities, animate points on objects and graphs, use sliders to explain their behavior and more. First reference: Graphs application 

graphing calculator 
Definition: A term that is acceptable in referencing TI’s different families of graphing calculators. When communicating to the educator marketplace, this term does not apply when referencing TINspire™ math and science learning technology. In parent/student (retail) communications, this term is appropriate because it is a widelyused and established product descriptor. Example: Many educators recommend that students use a graphing calculator in class, especially a TI84 Plus family graphing calculator. 
Guess My Coefficients App 
Definition: An addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator; preloaded on the TI83 Plus graphing calculator; and the TI84 Plus and TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculators. 
handheld 
Usage: One word, without a hyphen, in all references. Can use throughout copy as long as “graphing calculator” is the first reference. 
handson 
Usage: Hyphenated in compound modifier. All adjectival references. 
Hotmath.com 
Definition: Website that offers math practice exercises for use with TI graphing calculators. First reference: Hotmath.com, Hotmath.com website Definition: Offers math practice exercises for use with TI graphing calculators. 
IB^{®} 
International Baccalaureate Organization. Some TI calculators can only be used on IB’s Diploma Programme examination. Usage: In text, use “IB^{®} Diploma Programme exam.” Disclaimer: TI products have been developed independently from and are not endorsed by the International Baccalaureate Organization. IB is a registered trademark owned by the International Baccalaureate Organization. Policies subject to change. Visit www.ibo.org. See also: Testing Statements 
Image Question type 
Definition: A feature of TINspire™ Teacher Software and TINspire™ Navigator™ Teacher Software that relates to images two ways: » Label option allows educators to insert an image to be included in the question and ask students to enter labels on it » Point On option allows additions of Radio Buttons (for single response) or Check Boxes (for multiple responses) to an image
See also: Chemistry Question type and Expression Question type 
Inequality Graphing App 
Definition: An addon app for the TI83 Plus graphing calculator and the TI84 Plus graphing calculator family. 
interactive geometry 
Definition: A feature built into TINspire™ learning technology graphing calculators and software. Note: The term “dynamic geometry” is not approved by Texas Instruments. Dynamic Geometry is a thirdparty trademarked phrase. 
interactive math classroom (IMC) 
Definition: A way to describe a teaching and learning environment for mathematics that incorporates TI technology, professional development and other support resources to help meet the needs of educators and students. Usage: For internal TI usage only and not approved for external communications. 
interactive science classroom (ISC) 
Definition: A way to describe a teaching and learning environment for science that incorporates TI technology, professional development and other support resources to help meet the needs of educators and students. Usage: For internal TI usage only and not approved for external communications. 
internet 
Usage: Lowercase in all references. (Not synonymous with “web.”) 
iPad^{®} 
Definition: Tablet computer products designed by Apple Inc. Disclaimer: iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. 
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Glossary Term  Meaning / guidelines 
kickstand slide case

Definition: Exclusive to the TI84 Plus family of graphing calculators and TI89 Titanium graphing calculator. The kickstand slide case improves the viewing angle of the graphing calculator and enhances the ease of desktop use. 
Language Localizations app 
Definition: A preloaded app on the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator and Voyage™ 200 calculator. 
LearningCheck™ app 
Definition: A preloaded app on the TI84 Plus graphing calculator and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
linking representations 
Definition: A TINspire™ feature that dynamically links multiple representations of a problem. Changes to one representation can be instantly reflected in others, on a single screen. 
Lists & Spreadsheet application 
Definition: Dynamic functionality that is built in to TINspire™ teaching and learning technology that enables students to perform mathematical operations on data and visualize the connections between the data and their plots. 
Live Presenter 
Definition: A TINspire™ Navigator™ System feature that enables students to show their problemsolving skills from anywhere in the class. 
Live T^{3}™ Webinar 
Definition: Live, interactive, onehour webinars hosted by educators. In these sessions, educators are shown how to use TI technology and activities to drive student achievement. They can also ask questions and share ideas with presenters and other participants. First reference: Live T^{3}™ Webinar, T^{3}™ Webinar A trademark of Texas Instruments 
Logic Ladder App 
Definition: An addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator, the TI83 Plus graphing calculator, the TI84 Plus graphing calculator, and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. 
Math by Hand App 
Definition: An addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator, the TI83 Plus graphing calculator, the TI84 Plus graphing calculator, and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. 
math 
Definition: The preferred term when communicating to parents and students (in the middle grades, high school and college). Note: “Maths” (plural) is used in communications for the United Kingdom, Australia and other regions where British English is spoken. 
mathematics 
Usage: The preferred term when communicating with educators — teachers, administrators (principals and superintendents), and policy makers (such as state representatives). 
Math Nspired 
Definition: An allinone, online educator support tool that offers classroomready lessons featuring the use of TINspire™ technology and targeting concepts students struggle with most, as well as available professional development. Usage: A noun always follows Math Nspired Example: Math Nspired lessons, Math Nspired workshops 
MathPrint™ 
Definition: A feature for the TI84 Plus family of graphing calculators that enables users to input and view math symbols, formulas and stacked fractions exactly as they appear in textbooks. First reference: MathPrint™ feature A trademark of Texas Instruments 
multiactivation license (MAL) 
Definition: A TI computer software license type that allows access to the software on a fixed number of computers for specific users and is not required to be connected to the network to be used. First reference: multiactivation license Second reference: MAL 
multiple representations 
Definition: A TINspire™ feature that allows educators and students to see multiple representations of a problem — algebraic, graphical, geometric, numeric and written — on a single screen. An individual representation or as many as four representations all at once. 
NCSM 
Definition: Stands for National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics. First reference: NCSM is acceptable on first reference. 
NCTM 
Definition: Stands for National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. First reference: NCTM is acceptable on first reference. Disclaimer: NCTM’s logo is a registered trademark of NCTM. 
Notes application 
Definition: Dynamic functionality that is built in to TINspire™ technology that enables users to enter notes, steps, instructions and other comments on the screen alongside the math. 
Nspired Learning 
Definition: A teaching and learning environment where the deepest levels of exploration and understanding occur. TI’s Nspired Learning suite of integrated math and science products empowers teachers and students to make the most of learning. 
NSBA 
Definition: An acronym that stands for National School Board Association. First reference: The acronym NSBA is acceptable on first reference. 
NSTA 
Definition: An acronym that stands for National Science Teachers Association. First reference: The acronym NSTA is acceptable on first reference. 
Number Curiosities App 
Definition: An addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator, the TI83 Plus graphing calculator, the TI84 Plus graphing calculator, and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. 
Number Line App 
Definition: Preloaded app on the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator. 
Onsite Workshops 
Definition: Handson, professional development workshops where teachers learn how to use TI technology and incorporate it in their lessons. They are also taught how to use technology in their classroom to effectively engage their students. 
operating system 
Definition: The preferred term for a program update to the TINspire™ graphing calculator; TINspire™ computer software is referenced with the term version. First reference: operating system Second reference: OS Example: TINspire™ users can update their graphing calculator to operating system 3.0 and their computer software to version 3.0. 
Organizer App 
Definition: An addon application available for the TI83 Plus graphing calculator; the TI84 Plus graphing calculator, the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator, and the Voyage™ 200 calculator; preloaded on the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator. 
Orion TI84 Plus 
Definition: The Orion TI84 Plus is the world’s first fully accessible graphing calculator graphing calculator for blind and visuallyimpaired students. Based on the popular TI84 Plus model from Texas Instrument. First reference: Orion TI84 Plus graphing calculator Second reference: Orion TI84 Plus 
Path to STEM Projects 
Definition: Activities that challenge students to learn the science concepts that support the development of engineering skills. For use with the TI84 Plus CE graphing calculator. Underlined portions may not be translated: Path to STEM Projects 
Periodic Table App 
Definition: An addon application available for the TI83 Plus graphing calculator, the TI84 Plus graphing calculator, and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. 
Polynomial Root Finder App 
Definition: A preloaded app on the TI89 Titanium and Voyage™ 200 graphing calculators. 
Portfolio Workspace 
Definition: A feature of TINspire™ Navigator™ System that enables educators to track classes and students over time by activity. See also: Workspaces 
Praxis^{®} 
Definition: A series of tests required by a number of state departments of education for colleges and universities to measure the academic achievement and proficiency of individuals entering or completing teacher preparation programs. Handheld calculators cannot be used on this exam. However, TI ExamCalc™ emulator software is integrated into the online exams. 
Presentation Link™ adapter 
Definition: Hardware that connects student TI83 Plus graphing calculators, TI84 Plus graphing calculators, and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculators to TI Presentation Tools — the TIPresenter™ video interface or a ViewScreen™ panel. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
preservice teacher 
Definition: A term used to describe a teacher (college student) who is pursuing teacher certification and has not yet begun teaching professionally. Usage: This is not interchangeable with student teacher, a term that is not authorized for use in TI marketing communications. 
PresstoTest 
Definition: A feature of graphing calculators and graphing calculators that provides educators a fast and secure way to configure student graphing calculators for exams. 
Probability Simulation App 
Definition: Addon application available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator, the TI83 Plus graphing calculator, the TI84 Plus graphing calculator, and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. 
professional development 
Definition: Highquality professional development services from Texas Instruments that combine contentrich curriculum, handson technology training and compelling instruction on best teaching practices. Usage: For marketing communications to customers always spell out professional development. Do not abbreviate using PD or pd. 
PSAT/NMSQT^{®} 
College entrance and National Merit Scholarship exams. Disclaimer: PSAT/NMSQT^{®} is a registered trademark of the College Board and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, which are not affiliated with, and do not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org. See also: Testing Statements 
PublishView™ Document 
Definition: A feature of TINspire™ computer software that supports creation of dynamic content with rich text and multimedia that can be posted/published on the internet. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: PublishView™ Document 
Puzzle Pack App 
Definition: Addon app available for the TI83 Plus graphing calculator, and the TI84 Plus and TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculators. 
Puzzle Tanks™ App 
Definition: Addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator. Disclaimer: Puzzle Tanks is a trademark of Sunburst Technology. 
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Question Capability 
Definition: A TINspire™ Navigator™ System feature that offers question types options that the teacher can enter. These types include: » Multiple Choice: Easy creation of standard templates (for example, True/False, ABCD, etc.) and Custom Multiple Choice questions. » Open Response: Allow for both Explanation as well as Text Match questions. The Text Match allows for quick answers that can be autograded by the system. »Equation: Allows the teacher to create questions where the student answer is either in y= or f(x) form. Student answers can be autograded, evaluated for equivalency and graphed for class discussion. »Coordinate Points and List: Allows for both textual and graphical input of data. The (x,y) Numerical Input and List question types let the teacher create easy templates for students to fill out, while the Drop Points question type allows for entry of points on the graphical plane. »Expression: Allows students to respond with an answer that is a number or expression. » Image: Label type allows labels to be placed on an image. Point On type allows placement of multiple radio buttons or check boxes on an image. Chemistry: Allows students’ answers to be formatted in chemical notation. 
Quick Poll 
Definition: A TINspire™ Navigator™ System feature that enables teachers to assess the progress of the class by sending impromptu multiplechoice or openended questions to students’ graphing calculators. 
Rational Number Rampage 
Definition: Addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator. 
real world 
Usage: » As an adjective and noun: Two words, no hyphen » As a compound adjective: Two words with a hyphen Example: Realworld activities show students how math and science are used in the real world. 
real time 
Usage: » As an adjective and noun: Two words, no hyphen, in all references. » As a compound adjective: Two words with a hyphen Example: The TINavigator™ System provides realtime communication between students and teacher, enabling visualization of changeandeffect scenarios in real time. 
Review Workspace 
Definition: A feature of the TINspire™ Navigator™ System that enables educators to incorporate student responses into instruction and discussion, score individual documents, and comment on them. See also: Workspaces 
Safari Search™ App 
Definition: Addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator. Disclaimer: Safari Search is a trademark of Sunburst Technology. 
save and review 
Definition: A TINspire™ feature that provides computerlike wordprocessing and filestorage functionality. The feature enables educators and students to create documents, pages and problemsolving steps, save and review, and edit them. 
SAT^{®} 
Definition: Scholastic Aptitude Test; the acronym is acceptable in all references. The SAT is administered by the College Board. First reference: SAT^{®} Second reference: Scholastic Aptitude Test Disclaimer: SAT^{®} is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org. Note on packaging: Legal requirements differ on packaging. “SAT” can be placed on the front with an asterisk after it, with the disclaimer used on the back. See also: Testing Statements 
SAT Reasoning Test™ 
Definition: Scholastic Aptitude Test; the acronym is acceptable in all references. The SAT is administered by the College Board. First reference: SAT^{®} Second reference: Scholastic Aptitude Test Disclaimer: SAT Reasoning Test™ is a trademark owned by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org. See also: Testing Statements 
SAT Subject Tests™ 
Definition: College admission exams on specific subjects. These are the only national admission tests where the student chooses the tests that best showcase their strengths and interests. Administered by the College Board. Disclaimer: SAT Subject Tests™ is a trademark owned by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org. See also: Testing Statements 
schoolmanaged license (SML) 
Definition: A TI computer software license type that allows access to the software on a fixed number of computers for specific users and is distributed to each computer by a license service. First reference: schoolmanaged license Second reference: SML 
Science Nspired 
Definition: An allinone, online educator support tool that offers classroomready lessons in biology, chemistry, physics and other science subjects, featuring the use of TINspire™ technology and targeting concepts students struggle with most, as well as available professional development. Usage: Science Nspired resource center is always followed by a noun. Example: Science Nspired lessons, Science Nspired workshops 
Science Through Engineering Design 
Definition: Activities that incorporate the principles of engineering design and encourage students to build, design and test projects that explore life and physical science using TIInnovator™ Technology and TINspire™ CX technology. 
Science Tools App 
Definition: Addon app available for the TI83 Plus graphing calculator, the TI84 Plus graphing calculator, and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. 
Scratchpad 
Definition: A TINspire™ graphing calculator feature that enables educators and students to perform basic calculations quickly without using TINspire™ Documents. 
Screen Capture 
Definition: A TINspire™ Navigator™ System feature that allows the educator to view the screen of student graphing calculators. 
Script Editor 
Definition: An integrated programming environment in TINspire™ computer software for creating rich content with simulations using a TINspire™ or PublishView™ Document. 
Sensors 
Definition: The preferred term for data collection devices. The use of “probes” is not authorized in TI marketing communication. 
Simultaneous Equation Solver App 
Definition: Addon app available for Voyage™ 200 calculator; preloaded on the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator. 
SMILE app 
Definition: Addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator, the TI83 Plus graphing calculator, the TI84 Plus graphing calculator, and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. 
STAAR^{®} 
Definition: State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness. A series of statemandated standardized tests that assess student achievement and learning in Texas primary and secondary schools. Disclaimer: STAAR is a registered trademark of the Texas Education Agency. 
STEM 
Definition: Science, technology, engineering and math. First reference: STEM is acceptable on first reference. 
StudyCards™ App 
Definition: Addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator and the Voyage 200™ calculator; preloaded on the TI83 Plus graphing calculator, the TI84 Plus graphing calculator family, and the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
Symbolic Math Guide (SMG) App 
Definition: A preloaded calculator app on the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator and Voyage™ 200 calculator. First reference: Symbolic Math Guide (SMG) App Second reference: SMG App 
Systemic Inschool Programs 
Definition: Ongoing learning plan from Teachers Teaching with Technology™ (T^{3}™) professional development that includes components such as onsite workshops, classroom coaching and customized webinars, all configured to match your educators’ goals and district standards. 
.tns file 
Definition: Dynamic digital documents (.tns) for use exclusively on TINspire™ Vernier technology. 
Teachers Teaching with Technology™ (T^{3}™) 
Definition: TI’s professional development program, founded in 1988. First reference: Teachers Teaching with Technology™ (T^{3}™) professional development Second reference: T^{3}™ professional development^{ } A trademark of Texas Instruments 
T^{3}™ BOOST™ 
Definition: Semester or yearlong T^{3}™ professional development program to help teachers integrate technology into their teaching practices. Acronym refers to: Blended Onsite and Online Support for Integration of TI Technology. First reference: T^{3}™ BOOST™ Professional Development Program Second reference: T^{3}™ BOOST Program A trademark of Texas Instruments 
T^{3}™ Coaches 
Definition: T^{3}™ Coaches, selected from a deep roster of specially trained instructors, provide classroom support through mentoring and team planning to develop pedagogy and technology skills in teachers. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
T^{3}™ International Conference 
Definition: Texas Instruments (TI) and the T^{3}™ community host the annual T^{3}™ International Conference each spring. The T^{3}™ International Conference is for middle grades to university educators and administrators interested in the appropriate usage of educational technology to enhance teaching and learning in mathematics and science. First reference: T^{3}™ International Conference Second reference: T^{3}IC (also acceptable as a first reference) Optional reference: T^{3}IC professional learning conference Note: Elsewhere in any communication using this T^{3}IC form, spell out Teachers Teaching with Technology™ (T^{3}™) [noun] in the message. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
T^{3}™ Online Courses 
Definition: Professional development online courses that are ideal for convenient, individual learning and are available in a broad range of topics. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
T^{3}™ Regional Conference 
Definition: One and twoday regional conferences that are open to all middle grades to university educators interested in using educational technology to enhance the teaching and learning of mathematics and science. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
T^{3}™ Regional Summits 
Definition: A slate of handson, interactive sessions in mathematics STEM, coding and more. Customizable: Attendees may pick and choose from multiple sessions. Technology may be purchased with registration, and team discounts are available. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
T^{3}™ Summer Workshops 
Definition: Contentrich and handson workshops (available nationwide) to enhance technology skills, strengthen teaching practices and deepen content knowledge. Technology may be purchased with registration, and team discounts are available. Note: This can be made singular where necessary in text: T^{3}™ Summer Workshop. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
T^{3}™ Teacher Leader Cadre (TLC) 
Definition: A TI professional development program providing indepth technology, pedagogy and leadership training over an extended period of time. The TLC program offers schools systemic professional development based on research and best practices. Approved short name: T^{3}™ TLC A trademark of Texas Instruments 
Texas Instruments 
Definition: Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company that develops analog ICs and embedded processors. By employing the world’s brightest minds, TI creates innovations that shape the future of technology. TI is helping more than 100,000 customers transform the future, today. Learn more at www.ti.com. First reference: Texas Instruments (TI) Second reference: TI 
TI10 
Definition: Encourage students in grades three through six to develop their problemsolving skills and begin connecting mathematic concepts with realworld situations. First reference: TI10 elementary calculator Second reference: TI10 calculator, TI10 model 
TI15 Explorer™ 
Definition: Basic, batteryoperated scientific calculator with twoline display and general math and science functionality. First reference: TI15 Explorer™ elementary calculator Second reference: TI15 Explorer™ calculator, TI15 Explorer™ model A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TI30Xa 
Definition: Basic, batteryoperated scientific calculator with oneline display and general math and science functionality. First reference: TI30Xa scientific calculator 
TI30XIIS 
Definition: Fundamental, twoline calculator combines statistics and advanced scientific functions for high school math and science. First reference: TI30XIIS scientific calculator 
TI34II Explorer™ Plus 
Definition: Dual power, twoline scientific calculator with capabilities for fraction calculation and scientific functions that is ideal for middle school math. (Discontinued product.) First reference: TI34II Explorer™ Plus scientific calculator Second reference: TI34II Explorer™ Plus calculator, TI34II Explorer™ Plus model A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TI30XS MultiView™ 
Definition: Powerful, fourline scientific calculator for high school math and science exploration. First reference: TI30XS MultiView™ scientific calculator A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TI34 MultiView™ 
Definition: Intermediate, fourline scientific calculator with advanced fraction capabilities for middle school math and science. First reference: TI34 MultiView™ scientific calculator A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TI73 Explorer™ 
Definition: Designed specifically for middlegrades mathematics and science, the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator is the ideal teaching and learning tool to help students build proficiency and confidence. First reference: TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TI36X Pro 
Definition: Advanced, fourline scientific calculator, with higherlevel math and science functionality, ideal for computer science and engineering courses in which graphing technology may not be permitted. First reference: TI36X Pro scientific calculator 
TI83 Plus 
Definition: Basic graphing calculator for many math and science courses featuring a highcontrast gray scale display. It comes preloaded with three applications and access to more than 40 other downloadable, free applications. First reference: TI83 Plus graphing calculator Second reference: TI83 Plus, TI83 Plus model 
TI83 Premium CE Edition Python 
Definition: Updated version of the TI83 Premium CE graphing calculator. It includes the Python application so that students are able to directly program on the calculator without the need for a Python adapter. First reference: TI83 Premium CE Edition Python graphing calculator Second reference: TI83 Premium CE Edition Python, TI83 Premium CE Edition Python model 
TI84 Plus 
Definition: Expanded graphing calculator that comes preloaded with more than a dozen applications, including functionality that encourages exploration of interactive geometry, inequality graphing and realworld data collection and analysis. First reference: TI84 Plus graphing calculator Second reference: TI84 Plus, TI84 Plus model 
TI84 Plus CE 
Definition: Powerful graphing calculator that has the familiar TI84 Plus family functionality with fullcolor, high resolution screen, rechargeable battery, and thin, sleek design. First reference: TI84 Plus CE graphing calculator Second reference: TI84 Plus CE, TI84 Plus model 
TI84 Plus Pocket SE 
Definition: Compact version of the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. First reference: TI84 Plus Pocket SE graphing calculator Second reference: TI84 Plus Pocket SE, TI84 Plus Pocket SE model 
TI84 Plus Silver Edition 
Definition: Powerful graphing technology comes with builtin MathPrint™ functionality that enables students to enter and view math symbols, formulas and stacked fractions as they appear in textbooks. First reference: TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator Second reference: TI84 Plus Silver Edition, TI84 Plus Silver Edition model 
TI84 Plus C Silver Edition 
Definition: Experience the TI84 Plus graphing calculator, now enhanced with fullcolor capabilities. First reference: TI84 Plus C Silver Edition graphing calculator Second reference: TI84 Plus C Silver Edition, TI84 Plus C Silver Edition model 
TI89 Titanium 
Definition: Developed for advanced engineering studies, the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator comes preloaded with 16 applications, including EE*Pro^{®}, which comprises more than 700 equations and data sets commonly needed by electrical engineering professionals. First reference: TI89 Titanium graphing calculator Second reference: TI89 Titanium, TI89 Titanium model 
TI Activities 
Definition: Primary online resource for TI classroomready activities. Usage: Capitalize both words in all references. 
TI Charging Station CE 
Definition: Designed exclusively for the TI84 Plus CE graphing calculator, keeps calculators organized and recharges up to 10 calculators at a time. First reference: TI Charging Station CE Underlined portions may not be translated: TI Charging Station CE 
TI Codes 
Definition: TI Codes is an activities program that introduces students to the basics of coding, a critical skill for 21st century STEM careers, using TI84 Plus and TINspire™ families of graphing calculators. Activities are compiled in two classes: » 10 Minutes of Code, which introduces students to the basics of programming with short, easytomaster lessons »Beyond Basics, which encourage students with some coding experience to build on their knowledge When describing TI Codes activities, the words “coding” and “programming” may be used interchangeably. 
TI Connect™ CE 
Definition: Downloadable calculator/computer/Internet connectivity software that simplifies downloading and transferring data, and installing Operating System (OS) updates and calculator apps. Available for PC and Mac^{®} platforms. First reference: TI Connect™ CE software application Second reference: TI Connect™ CE software A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TI Connect™ CE software application 
TI Connectivity Kit 
Definition: Kit includes TI Connect™ CE software application and TI Connectivity Standard MiniA to MiniB USB Cable for PC/Mac^{®} and TI Connectivity Cable USB for PC/Mac^{®}. 
TI Education Technology 
Definition: A division of Texas Instruments that provides educators innovative technology and a multitude of relevant support resources to help them prepare students for success in the classroom and beyond. First reference: TI Education Technology Second reference: TI Ed Tech 
TI InterActive!™ 
Definition: Software that combines the functionality of all TI graphing calculators with extra features into a text editor that enables users to save equations, graphs, tables, spreadsheets and text onto a document. First reference: TI InterActive!™ computer software Second reference: TI InterActive!™ software A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TIMath.com 
Definition: Online resource center that provides technologyspecific, gradeappropriate math activities. 
TI MathForward™ 
Definition: A researchbased prealgebra and algebrareadiness program that fosters mathematics achievement for all students, including proficient, struggling, special needs and English Language Learner students. First reference: TI MathForward™ program Second reference: MathForward™ program Usage: “TI” and “Texas Instruments” accompany MathForward on first reference; however they are not a formal part of the trademarked name. Usage (as possessive): the MathForward™ program’s success, TI’s MathForward™ program helps students A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TIInnovator™ External Battery 
Definition: External battery accessory that is an optional source of power when using components that require extra power for the TIInnovator™ Hub. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TIInnovator™^{ }External Battery 
TIInnovator™ Breadboard Pack 
Definition: Required for the Path to STEM Projects activities, this pack includes: motor, light brightness sensor, LEDs, breadboard, resistors, capacitors, segment display, IR transmitter/ receiver and other parts for exploring electronics principles. Underlined portions may not be translated: TIInnovator™^{ }Breadboard Pack 
TIInnovator™ Hub App 
Definition: This app that needs to be installed to add the program commands to interface with TIInnovator™ Technology. Hub is the short name used on the app menu list. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TIInnovator™^{ }Hub App 
TIInnovator™ Hub Commands 
Definition: Hub Commands (for use within the menu of TINspire™ CX technology) can be referred to as TIInnovator™ Hub Commands as needed. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TIInnovator™^{ }Hub Commands 
TIInnovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board 
Definition: The calculatorpowered programmable platform that gives students a handson experience with STEM and coding. Plugand play with TINspire™ CX and TI84 Plus CE graphing calculators; durable, made for the classroom; I/O ports support additional components to expand TIInnovator™ Technology functionality; builtin LED, RGB, light sensor and speaker for quick coding projects; supports an external breadboard to create and build projects; TI LaunchPad™ Board inside is the same technology used by real engineers to design products. First reference: TIInnovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board Second reference: TIInnovator™ Hub Usage: The second reference may be used as a first reference in titles and headlines, as long as the full name is mentioned in the copy. Use the second reference in session guides. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TIInnovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board 
TIInnovator™ I/O Module Pack 
Definition: Components for projects that connect science concepts, programming and coding skills. This pack contains a servo motor, vibration motor, light sensor and white LED modules.This pack is required for Science Through Engineering Design activities. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TIInnovator™^{ }I/O Module Pack 
TIInnovator™ Packs 
Definition: Term to use when referencing the TIInnovator™ packs in general A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TIInnovator™ Rover 
Definition: The calculatorcontrolled robotic vehicle that drives conceptual curiosity and puts math, science and coding in motion. First reference: TIInnovator™ Rover Second reference: Rover (okay to use as a first reference, as well) Note: Can only use “Robot” on the BulleTIn Board, as that’s how the outside media generally refers to it. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TIInnovator™ Sketch 
Definition: The software that is loaded on the TIInnovator™ Hub. Note: Sketch is the industry standard to describe this. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TIInnovator™ Sketch 
TIInnovator™ Technology 
Definition: A project kit that extends the functionality of Texas Instruments graphing calculators to make coding and engineering design accessible to students in the classroom. Usage: Only use this when talking about the entire ecosystem surrounding the TIInnovator™ Hub. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TIInnovator™ Technology 
TINavigator™ Access Point 
Definition: The learning system’s component that provides the wireless connection between the teacher’s computer and the TINspire™ Navigator™ wireless cradles on students’ graphing calculators. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINavigator™ Access Point 
TINavigator™ Classroom Learning System 
Definition: Wireless network functionality that creates a powerful connection between students’ graphing calculators and the classroom computer. First reference: TINavigator™ Classroom Learning System (when referencing the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator, the TI83 Plus graphing calculator and the TI84 Plus families of graphing calculators) A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TINspire™ applications 
Definition: The unique ability to display multiple representations of a concept on the same screen, using TINspire™ and TINspire™ CAS technology, is supported by the following builtin applications: »Calculator: Perform computations and enter expressions, equations and formulas in proper math notation using a unique interactive keyboard. » Graphs: Plot and explore functions, equations and inequalities, animate points on objects and graphs, use sliders to explain their behavior and more. » Geometry: Construct and explore geometric figures and create animations. »Data & Statistics: Summarize and analyze data using different graphical methods such as histograms, box plots, bar and pie charts and more. » Lists & Spreadsheet: Perform mathematical operations on data and visualize the connections between the data and their plots. » Notes: One touch toggles the interactive keyboard from math notation to an alphabetic configuration so notes, directions and steps can be entered, alongside the math. First references: TINspire™ applications Second references: TINspire™ app, or app (if in context only one app is referenced) TINspire™ apps, or apps (if multiple apps are referenced). A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TINspire™ App for iPad^{®} TINspire™ CAS App for iPad^{®} 
Definition: The TINspire™ Apps for iPad^{®} deliver allinone versatility for graphing, data entry and analysis, statistical modeling and calculating that makes teaching and learning math more engaging. First references: TINspire™ Apps for iPad^{®}, TINspire™ App for iPad^{®}, TINspire™ CAS App for iPad^{®} Second references: TINspire™ app, or app (if in context only one app is referenced), TINspire™ apps, or apps (if in context both apps are referenced) Usage note: iPad^{®} app (or apps) is incorrect and not to be used. Disclaimer: iPad^{®} is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ App for iPad^{®}; TINspire™ CAS App for iPad^{®} 
TINspire™ Clickpad keypad 
Definition: Formerly named “Navpad cursor control,” the TINspire™ graphing calculator’s Clickpad keypad is the navigation tool used on the version of the TINspire™ graphing calculator prior to the latest TINspire™ graphing calculator with Touchpad. First reference: TINspire™ Clickpad keypad Second reference: Clickpad keypad A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TINspire™ CMC graphing calculator TINspire™ CMC CAS graphing calculator 
Definition: Basic TINspire™ graphing calculator with color display and Chinese language printing. Designed to fit into TINspire™ CM Docking Station. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CMC graphing calculator 
TINspire™ CM Docking Station 
Definition: Holds up to 10 TINspire™ CMC and TINspire™ CMC CAS graphing calculators for Chinese language. Docking Stations automatically recharge graphing calculators. When linked to TINspire™ Teacher Software, the Docking Station’s graphing calculators can receive TINspire™ Documents (class assignments, homework, tests). First reference: TINspire™ CM Docking Station Second reference: Docking Station A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CM Docking Station 
TINspire™ Computer Link Software 
Definition: Software that supports file transfers between a TINspire™ graphing calculators and computers. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Computer Link Software 
TINspire™ CX graphing calculator TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculator 
Definition (numeric): Interactive graphing calculator with fullcolor display, menudriven interface and a TI Rechargeable Battery that allows for learning opportunities in math, science and STEM for students in middle grades through college. Definition (CAS): Interactive graphing calculator featuring a Computer Algebra System with fullcolor display, menudriven interface and a TI Rechargeable Battery that allows for learning opportunities in math, science and STEM for students in middle grades through college. First reference: TINspire™ CX graphing calculator; TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculator Usage: The term “handheld” can also be used (instead of “graphing calculator”), as long as the first reference is “graphing calculator” (especially on the website, as this is important for SEO). A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX graphing calculator; TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculator 
TINspire™ CX II graphing calculator TINspire™ CX II CAS graphing calculator

Definition (numeric): Interactive graphing calculator with faster performance, familiar functionality, fullcolor display, menudriven interface, TI Rechargeable Battery and robust new features that allow for learning opportunities in math, science and STEM. Added capabilities enable students in middle grades through college to: explore graphs with automated and manual control animations; define points as functions controlled with sliders; show and hide tickmark labels; and use drawing commands to create pixel graphics on the screen. Definition (CAS): Interactive graphing calculator featuring a Computer Algebra System with faster performance, familiar functionality, fullcolor display, menudriven interface, TI Rechargeable Battery and robust new features that allow for learning opportunities in math, science and STEM. Added capabilities enable students in middle grades through college to: insert dynamically defined points; dynamically display coefficient values; use sliders to visualize connections; add tickmark labels; and code visuals. First reference: TINspire™ CX II graphing calculator; TINspire™ CX II CAS graphing calculator Usage: The term “handheld” can also be used (instead of “graphing calculator”), as long as the first reference is “graphing calculator” (especially on the website, as this is important for SEO). A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX II graphing calculator; TINspire™ CX II CAS graphing calculator 
TINspire™ CXC graphing calculator TINspire™ CXC CAS graphing calculator 
Definition: TINspire™ CX and TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculators with Chinese language printing and ChineseEnglish dictionary addon.
A trademark of Texas Instruments
Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CXC graphing calculator; TINspire™ CXC CAS graphing calculator 
TINspire™ CX IIC graphing calculator TINspire™ CX IIC CAS graphing calculator 
Definition: TINspire™ CX IIC and TINspire™ CX IIC CAS graphing calculators with Chinese language printing and ChineseEnglish dictionary addon.
A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX IIC graphing calculator; TINspire™ CX IIC CAS graphing calculator 
TINspire™ CX Navigator™ System 
Definition: Compact wireless classroom networking technology for TINspire™ CX graphing calculators powered by TINspire™ Navigator™ Teacher Software functionality. First reference: TINspire™ CX Navigator™ System A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX Navigator™ System 
TINspire™ CX Navigator™ Access Point 
Definition: Technology that provides wireless connectivity between the teacher's computer and the TINspire™ Navigator™ wireless cradles on student TINspire™ CX and TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculators. First reference: TINspire™ CX Navigator™ Access Point Approved short name: Access Point A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX Navigator™ Access Point 
TINspire™ CX Screen Cling 
Definition: An accessory that holds a protective film for the graphing calculator screen. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX Screen Cling 
TINspire™ CX slide case 
Definition: An accessory for TINspire™ CX and TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculators. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX slide case 
TINspire™ CX Student Software TINspire™ CX CAS Student Software 
Definition: Student software that satisfies math and science curriculum needs from middle school through college. It allows the creation of dynamic documents, sharing of files with ease and brings concepts into view. TINspire™ CX CAS Student Software has the addition of a Computer Algebra System (CAS). A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX Student Software; TINspire™ CX CAS Student Software 
TINspire™ CX Premium Teacher Software 
Definition: Nextgeneration, class management software that emulates TINspire™ CX family graphing calculators and supports the wireless TINspire™ CX Navigator™ System. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX Premium Teacher Software 
TINspire™ CX Wireless Network Adapter 
Definition: A connectivity device that attaches to the top of TINspire™ CX or TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculators to provide the most compact wireless network of any TINspire™ Navigator™ System. Compact and easy to store. First reference: TINspire™ CX Wireless Network Adapter Second references: TINspire™ CX Wireless Network Adapter v2, Wireless Network Adapter
A trademark of Texas Instruments
Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX Wireless Network Adapter; TINspire™ CX Wireless Network Adapter v2; TINspire™ CX Navigator™ Network Adapter 
TINspire™ Docking Station TINspire™ CX Docking Station 
Definition: A classroom port replicator that supports TINspire™ CX and TINspire™ CX CAS, and TINspire™ with Touchpad and TINspire™ CAS with Touchpad graphing calculators. The station enables teachers to keep up to 10 graphing calculators (when equipped with TI rechargeable batteries) fully charged; and, when used in conjunction with TINspire™ Teacher Software, upload class activities and homework to the graphing calculators, and update the operating systems. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Docking Station; TINspire™ CX Docking Station 
TINspire™ Documents 
Definition: Dynamic digital documents (.tns) for use exclusively on TINspire™ technology. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TINspire™ Document Player 
Definition: A free online player that enables users who do not have access to TINspire™ technology to open, explore and interact with TINspire™ Documents (.tns). First reference: TINspire™ Document Player Second reference: Document Player A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Document Player 
TINspire™ CX Ecosystem 
Definition: Suite of tools, software and content. The TINspire™ CX II graphing calculators are at the center of the ecosystem that supports TINspire™ CX and TIInnovator™ technologies. First reference: TINspire™ CX Ecosystem Second reference: Ecosystem A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ CX Ecosystem 
TINspire™ teaching and learning technology 
Definition: Includes all TINspire™ (both CAS and numeric) technology: graphing calculators, apps for iPad^{®}, software and classroom learning systems. First reference: TINspire™ math and science learning technology, TINspire™ technology, TINspire™ and TINspire™ CAS technology A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TINspire™ family of graphing calculators 
Definition: Includes all TINspire™ graphing calculators: TINspire™ CX and TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculators; TINspire™ and TINspire™ CAS learning graphing calculators with Touchpad; TINspire™ and TINspire™ CAS graphing calculators with Clickpad; and TINspire™ graphing calculator (with snapin TI84 Plus keypad). First reference: TINspire™ math and science learning technology, TINspire™ technology, TINspire™ and TINspire™ CAS technology A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TINspire™ family of software 
Definition: Includes all TINspire™ computer software: TINspire™ and TINspire™ CAS Teacher Software, TINspire™ and TINspire™ CAS Student Software, and TINspire™ Navigator™ and TINspire™ CAS Teacher Software. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TINspire™ graphing calculator with Clickpad 
Definition: The first generation of TINspire™ learning graphing calculators, which includes a “clickpad” navigation feature on the graphing calculator’s keypad. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ graphing calculator with Clickpad 
TINspire™ graphing calculator with TI84 Plus Keypad 
Definition: The first generation (introduced 2006) of TINspire™ and TINspire™ CAS graphing calculators that support a snapon keypad that provides same functionality as TI84 Plus graphing calculator family. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TINspire™ graphing calculator with Touchpad 
Definition: TINspire™ and TINspire™ CAS technology that includes a computerlike touchpad navigation feature on the graphing calculator’s redesigned keypad. Product description (numeric version): Simplified navigation and innovative capabilities encourage students to explore math and science for greater conceptual understanding. Product description (CAS): Simplified navigation, innovative capabilities and a powerful Computer Algebra System (CAS) encourage students to explore math and science for greater conceptual understanding. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ graphing calculator with Touchpad 
TINspire™ Lab Cradle 
Definition: The TINspire™ Lab Cradle combines with the Vernier DataQuest™ App for TINspire™ Technology and a selection of more than 80 data collection sensors to take science teaching and learning into new dimensions of student engagement and visualization of concepts. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Lab Cradle 
TINspire™ Lab Station 
Definition: A modular suite of tools that facilitates flexible data logging via one sensor at a time or multiple sensors simultaneously. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Lab Station 
TINspire™ Navigator™ Access Point 
Definition: Technology that provides wireless connection between the teacher’s computer and the TINspire™ Navigator™ wireless cradles on student TINspire™ CX and TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculators. First reference: TINspire™ Navigator™ Access Point Approved short name: Access Point A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Navigator™ Access Point 
TINspire™ Cradle Charging Bay 
Definition: Hardware that accepts TINspire™ Navigator™ Cradles and TINspire™ Lab Cradles to enable battery charging. The charging bay holds up to five cradles. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Cradle Charging Bay 
TINspire™ Navigator™ Teacher Software TINspire™ CAS Navigator™ Teacher Software 
Definition: Available for PC and Mac^{®} platforms, software that powers the TINspire™ Navigator™ System. It provides workspaces that enable teachers to access content, create lessons and track student progress. First reference: TINspire™ Navigator™ Teacher Software/ TINspire™ CAS Navigator™ Teacher Software A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Navigator™ Teacher Software; TINspire™ CAS Navigator™ Teacher Software 
TINspire™ Navigator™ NC System TINspire™ CAS Navigator™ NC System TINspire™ Navigator™ System 
Definition: This system facilitates interactive learning through a school’s network, connecting student and teacher computers in the classroom or computer lab. First reference: TINspire™ Navigator™ NC System, TINspire™ CAS Navigator™ NC System, TINspire™ Navigator™ System Note: NC can stand for Networked Computers now but can mean Networked Clients (computers as well as tablets) in the future. A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Navigator™ NC System; TINspire™ CAS Navigator™ NC System; TINspire™ Navigator™ System 
TINspire™ Navigator™ NC Teacher Software TINspire™ CAS Navigator™ NC Teacher Software 
Definition: Available for PC and Mac^{®} platforms, software that supports the TINspire™ Navigator™ NC System connectivity via the school’s network and provides five workspaces that enable teachers to access content, create lessons and track student progress. First reference: TINspire™ Navigator™ NC Teacher Software/ TINspire™ CAS Navigator™ NC Teacher Software A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Navigator™ NC Teacher Software; TINspire™ CAS Navigator™ NC Teacher Software 
TINspire™ wireless cradle 
Definition: A connectivity device that mounts on the back of student TINspire™ graphing calculators to network them with the teacher’s computer. Approved short name: Wireless Cradle A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ Wireless Cradle 
Network Manager 
Definition: A feature/tool of TINspire™ Navigator™ software that aids in the setup of the TINspire™ access point and network management. 
TINspire™ Student Software TINspire™ CAS Student Software 
Definition (numeric): Powerful computer software that satisfies math and science curriculum needs from middle school through college. Designed for student use. Definition (CAS): Powerful computer software with a Computer Algebra System (CAS) that satisfies math and science curriculum needs from middle school through college. Designed for student use. First reference: TINspire™ Student Software, TINspire™ CAS Student Software Second reference: Student Software A trademark of Texas Instruments
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TINspire™ Teacher Software TINspire™ CAS Teacher Software 
Definition: This interactive software enables educators to present math and science concepts to the class, demonstrate the use of TINspire™ graphing calculators, transfer documents, and create selfcheck questions for student selfassessment. The TINspire™ Teacher Software package includes both numeric and CAS functionality. First reference: TINspire™ Teacher Software, TINspire™ CAS Teacher Software Second reference: Teacher Software A trademark of Texas Instruments
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TINspire™ Touchpad keypad 
Definition: TINspire™ graphing calculator keypad functionality that simplifies navigation of screens and menus, and manipulation of mathematical objects on screen. A trademark of Texas Instruments 
TINspire™ ViewScreen™ panel 
Definition: A presentation device that enables teachers to enlarge and project the graphing calculator displays via standard overhead projector. Supports all TINspire™ graphing calculators except TINspire™ CX and TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculators. First reference: TINspire™ ViewScreen™ panel Second reference: ViewScreen™ panel A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TINspire™ ViewScreen™ panel 
TINspire™ Rechargeable Battery 
Definition: Technology that eliminates the routine replacement of ordinary alkaline AAA batteries. Can be recharged via plugin wall adapter or TINspire™ Docking Station. Under normal conditions, and with proper maintenance, the rechargeable battery can be expected to last up to three years.
A trademark of Texas Instruments
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TI Rechargeable Battery with wire (N2BT/KT/A) 
Definition: Lithiumion battery that eliminates the routine replacement of ordinary alkaline AAA batteries. Under normal conditions and with proper maintenance, the rechargeable battery can be expected to last up to three years. The TI Rechargeable Battery can be recharged using: » TI Power Adapter » USB cable » TI84 Plus C Charging Station, TINspire™ CX or TINspire™ Docking Station
Note: Applies to all TI84 Plus C Silver Edition graphing calculators; all TINspire™ with Touchpad graphing calculators; TINspire™ CAS with Touchpad graphing calculators; all TINspire™ CX graphing calculators and TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculators with 2tone back case.
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TI Rechargeable Battery without wire (N2BT/KT/B) 
Definition: Lithiumion battery that eliminates the routine replacement of ordinary alkaline AAA batteries. Under normal conditions and with proper maintenance, the rechargeable battery can be expected to last up to three years. The TI Rechargeable Battery can be recharged using: » TI Power Adapter » USB cable » TINspire™ CX or TINspire™ Docking Station (Applies to all TINspire™ CX graphing calculators and TINspire™ CX CAS graphing calculators with onecolor back case.) Underlined portions may not be translated: TI Rechargeable Battery 
TISensorLink Adapter 
Definition: Hardware that allows for the connection of four popular Vernier Software & Technology sensors to the TIInnovator™ Hub. Allows the use of pH, Temperature, Force or Pressure sensors from Vernier in TIInnovator™ activities. Underlined portions may not be translated: TISensorLink Adapter 
TISmartView™ emulator for TINspire™ technology 
Definition: Presentation functionality built into TINspire™ Teacher Software (numeric and CAS versions) that enables educators to project an interactive display of the TINspire™ graphing calculator screen and show multiple representations of a problem to help students visualize connections and keystrokes. First reference: TISmartView™ emulator for TINspire™ technology Second reference: TISmartView™ emulator A trademark of Texas Instruments
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TISmartView™ emulator software 
Definition: Standalone software that enables teachers to demonstrate and lead classroom exploration of math and science concepts. Available in versions that support TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculators; the TI84 Plus graphing calculator family; and TI30XS/TI34 MultiView™ scientific calculators. First reference: TISmartView™ emulator software for the TI30XS/TI34 MultiView™ scientific calculators; TISmartView™ emulator software for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator; TISmartView™ emulator software for the TI84 Plus graphing family; TISmartView™ CE emulator software for the TI84 Plus graphing family. Second reference: TISmartView™ emulator, TISmartView™ software A trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: TISmartView™ emulator software for the TI30XS/TI34 MultiView™ scientific calculators; TISmartView™ emulator software for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator; TISmartView™ emulator software for the TI84 Plus graphing family; TISmartView™ CE emulator software for the TI84 Plus graphing family; TISmartView™ emulator software 
TIBasic 
Definition: TIBasic is the unofficial name of a BASIClike language built into Texas Instruments graphing calculators, including the TI83 series, TI84 Plus series, TI89 series, TI92 series, TI73 and TINspire™ series. TI rarely refers to the language by name, but the name TIBasic has been used in some developer documentation. 
TI Teacher Bundle 
Definition: A TI84 Plus CE graphing calculator or TINspire™ CX graphing calculator, plus software. » TI84 Plus CE Teacher Bundle » TINspire™ CX Teacher Bundle 
TI Technology Rewards Program 
Definition: A loyalty program for educators where they accumulate points redeemable for additional TI products and services. Usage: Spell out in all references. 
Topics in Algebra 1 (Chapters 1–5) App 
Definition: Addon app available for the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator, and the TI83 Plus graphing calculator family; preloaded on the TI84 Plus graphing calculator and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. Usage: Spell out in all references. 
Transfer PresstoTest 
Definition: A TINspire™ menu option for the PresstoTest feature. 
Transformation Graphing App 
Definition: Addon app for the TI83 graphing calculator family; preloaded on the TI84 Plus graphing calculator, and the TI84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator. 
Ultrasonic Ranger Module 
Definition: A module that works with TIInnovator™ Technology that measures distance from the module in centimeters, for use in programming and STEM projects. 
Update 
Definition: The preferred term when referencing the availability of new operating system features or software for TI graphing calculators and TINspire™ technology. 
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Version 
Definition: The preferred term for a program update to TINspire™ computer software; the TINspire™ graphing calculator is referenced with the term operating system. Example: TINspire™ users can update their graphing calculator to operating system 3.0 and their computer software to version 3.0. See also: Operating system 
Vernier DataMate™ App 
Definition: A preloaded app on the TI84 Plus graphing calculator; available for the TI83 graphing calculator; the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator, the TI89 Titanium graphing calculator, and the Voyage™ 200 calculator. Disclaimer: Vernier DataMate is a trademark of Vernier Software & Technology. 
Vernier DataQuest™ App for TINspire™ technology 
Definition: A builtin application for TINspire™ graphing calculators and computer software that enables users to create hypotheses graphically and replay data collection experiments, all in a single application. Disclaimer: Vernier DataQuest is a trademark of Vernier Software & Technology. TINspire™ is a trademark of Texas Instruments Underlined portions may not be translated: Vernier DataQuest™ App for TINspire™ technology 
Vernier EasyData® app 
Definition: Addon application for the TI83 Plus graphing calculator; preloaded on the TI84 Plus graphing calculator family. Disclaimer: Vernier EasyData is a registered trademark of Vernier Software & Technology. 
Vernier EasyData® software 
Definition: Downloadable data collection software that is compatible with the TI83 Plus graphing calculator and the TI84 Plus graphing calculator family. Disclaimer: Vernier EasyData is a registered trademark of Vernier Software & Technology. 
Vernier EasyLink® USB sensor interface 
Definition: Compatible with TINspire™ Lab Cradle, Vernier EasyLink® USB Sensor allows collection and analysis of realworld data. First reference: Vernier EasyLink® USB sensor interface Second reference: EasyLink® Disclaimer: Vernier EasyLink is a registered trademark of Vernier Software & Technology. 
Vernier EasyTemp® USB temperature sensor 
Definition: Compatible with TINspire™ Lab Cradle, Vernier EasyTemp® temperature sensor systems allows collection and analysis of realworld data. First reference: Vernier EasyTemp® USB temperature sensor Second reference: EasyTemp® sensor Disclaimer: Vernier EasyTemp is a registered trademark of Vernier Software & Technology. 
Vernier Go!® Link USB sensor interface 
Definition: A lowcost USB sensor interface that supports more than 40 Vernier sensors for use with PC and Mac® computers. Disclaimer: Vernier Go! is a registered trademark of Vernier Software & Technology. 
Vernier Go!® Motion® USB motion detector 
Definition: Vernier’s nextgeneration motion detector that connects directly to a computer’s USB port — eliminating the need for an additional datacollection interface — to collect position, velocity and acceleration data of moving objects. Disclaimer: Vernier Go!Motion is a registered trademark of Vernier Software & Technology. 
Vernier Go!Temp® Temp USB temperature sensor 
Definition: Plug Go!Temp into your PC or Mac® computer, start the free Logger Lite™ software (included), and click “Collect” to see the temperature graph plotted in real time. Disclaimer: Vernier Go!Temp is a registered trademark of Vernier Software & Technology. 
Vernier LabPro® 
Definition: A versatile sensor interface that supports the TI73 Explorer™ graphing calculator; TI83 Plus graphing calculator; the TI84 Plus graphing calculator family; and TINspire™ with TI84 Plus Keypad. First reference: Vernier LabPro® (for product name) Disclaimer: Vernier LabPro is a registered trademark of Vernier Software & Technology. 
Vernier Software & Technology 
Definition: A TI partner since 1993, Vernier provides a wide range of math and science data collection solutions that connect directly to TI teaching and learning technology. 
volume license 
Definition: A TI computer software license type that allows access to the software on a fixed number of computers and, once activated, can be used without network connectivity. 
Voyage™ 200 calculator 
Definition: Innovative horizontal design features a full QWERTY keyboard and larger display for advanced engineering courses. First reference: Voyage™ 200 calculator Second reference: Voyage™ 200 A trademark of Texas Instruments 
Workshop Loan Program (WOLOP) 
Definition: Program that permits borrowing TI calculators for evaluation or workshops. First reference: Workshop Loan Program (WOLOP) Second reference: WOLOP 
Workspaces 
Definition: Functionality that provides educators fast, easy and direct access to documents and lessons, both on the classroom computer and from the Internet without launching a browser. The TINspire™ Navigator™ System supports all five workspace functions; TINspire™ Teacher Software supports two of the five. The five workspaces are: » Class Workspace (TINspire Navigator™ System only) » Content Workspace (TINspire™ Teacher Software) » Document Workspace (TINspire™ Teacher Software) » Portfolio Workspace (TINspire™ Navigator™ System only) » Review Workspace (TINspire™ Navigator™ System only) 
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