A wall hanging unit upon which information or messages are attached; a thin board, often of cork, hung on a wall for the attachment of public announcements.
a means of electronic communication where users can log in and leave messages for others.
Electronic version of a noticeboard; bulletin board programs allow people to leave, read and response to messages and are typically used for interest groups on specific topics and in distance learning courses. Teaching terms that begin with the letter: A
An area on a computer where people can read or write messages. Certain bulletin boards are private, requiring an access code. Catalogue A list of printed resources, searchable by author, title, author and title, keyword, author and keyword, shelf number, and ISBN. (See also OPAC)
A data base maintained by a system operator who allows users to phone and post messages or programs for other users. Four thousand public access bulletin boards are in operation nearly all free. ISO
An electronic message centre. Most bulletin boards serve specific interest groups. They allow you to review messages left by others, and leave your own message if you want. Bulletin boards are a particularly good place to find free or inexpensive software products. In the United States alone, there are tens of thousands of bulletin boards.
A computer system that allows users to post messages and correspond with other users.
A space, usually accessible via the WWW, that displays messages and announcements that are updated over time. Unlike an announcement board, messages are accepted from a wider range of contributors, usually all the members of the group. Also known as a message board. (see also announcement board)
An electronic forum that hosts posted messages and articles related to a common subject.
An area on the Internet on which you can read or write messages.
see OTC Bulletin Board
Used in this paper to indicate the on-line (electronic) bulletin boards, where users of the board post notices using modems or network connections such as Internet. Users also read notices and carry out other bulletin board business, such as multiparty on-line conversations where each party types in comments in an ongoing discussion.
Web message forum. With admin program for your WWWBoard.
A bulletin board is a place on a web site where people come to share information.
An online application that supports threaded conversations among users. Users can browse through previously posted messages or add their own messages.
A collection of categories and forums.
is an electronic message center. Most bulletin boards serve specific interest groups. They allow users to read messages left by others and to leave their own as well.
a computer that is running software that allows users to leave messages and access information of general interest
a board that hangs on a wall; displays announcements
a common knowledge pool where a number of users can share information by posting it on the BB
a community portal whereby users may contribute and share
a computer connected to a phone line where you can read and post information
a computer service, usually running on a microcomputer, that accepts calls via an auto-answer modem and allows callers to leave messages, transfer files etc
a conference and message exchange system usually devoted to a particular topic and operated from a personal computer with one or more modems connected to it
a Cyrus mailbox that is owned by the system, rather than by an individual user
a great way to allow your users to express themselves, or post messages or questions for all users to see
a great way to get people to come back to your site if for no other reason than to see if someone responded to their post
a medium that displays all messages that have been posted on it and their respective replies
an Application DataBase run on a computer which stores information and Messages that can be accessed by other computers, usually via a telephone line using a Modem
an e-mail address to which you can send messages that are intended to be read by a group of users
an IGA member benefit that is monitored by the IGA staff, so you can be assured that the IGA will follow up on all recommendations, comments, and suggestions
an interactive service which allows you to post a question or comment that others can respond to
an interactive web page that allows users to post messages and read messages posted by other users
a page that allows users to enter information that is then posted to that same page
a part of a website which allows people to post messages
a place where messages gets posted and stay there for a specified period of time
a place you can post public messages
a program that allows users to communicate by storing messages in a public space
a sequential list of small messages
a site you visit on the Internet to read and post messages of a particular interest to you
a web-based way to post messages so they can be read by other people
a web page on which members can type comments, which can then be viewed by everyone in the group
a web site where you can post and view messages
A system that enables users to send or read messages that are of general interest and addressed to no particular person.
Place to leave an electronic message or share news that anyone can read and respond to. Marketers and others can capture your e-mail address from bulletin boards.
Also known as Forum or Discussion Board. It is an asynchronous discussion that has a series of messages that have been posted as replies to each other. A bulletin board typically contains many threads covering different subjects. By reading each message in a thread, one after the other, you can see how the discussion has evolved.
In the Tivoli environment, the primary mechanism by which the Tivoli Framework and Tivoli applications communicate with Tivoli administrators. The bulletin board is represented as an icon on the Tivoli desktop through which the administrators can access notices. Tivoli applications use the bulletin board as an audit trail for important operations that the administrators perform.
Computer system providing subscribers with news and information on particular topics, and usually allows posting of public and private messages by subscribers.
A bulletin board on the Internet is just like a real bulletin board. With a real bulletin board, people put things up for other people to see. By sending e-mail, people using an Internet bulletin board can post messages for other people on the Internet to see.
An electronic resource that allows users post, share and discuss information. Capacity building A term normally used in Knowledge Management to refer to the process of enhancing an organizationâ€™s ability to implement knowledge management principles and practices. Channel Content use the term to describe the benefits derived from deploying an integrated communications and knowledge management strategy within an organization.
See electronic bulletin board.
A software program allowing users to read and/or post messages online. (See Threaded Discussion Board, below.)
Certain types of sites, such as a local community site, may be enhanced by incorporating a bulletin board for visitors to share ideas on a range of common issues.
An electronic message center where you read and respond to comments made by other users. Blackboard offers Bulletin Board Systems that students and instructors use to communicate asynchronously.
an electronic bulletin board is a place where messages are stored and anyone may browse the messages. These are often called NEWS GROUPS.
Another term for a discussion board.
A virtual location where users can post and read information about a particular topic. Questions and answers are common in this forum.
Allows users from the Internet to write or read messages posted by other users and to exchange programs and files.
A semi-public area which computer users can connect to using a modem, to read and post messages and/or exchange files. Now largely replaced by websites. Burn Create a CD or DVD.
A computer, often a microcomputer, set up to receive calls and work as an online service. The BBSes let users communicate with each other through message bases, and exchange files. They may also offer other services (like news, database searches, and online shopping).
A place on a website where private investors can post comments and questions.
application where visitors can post messages to the webmaster Chat--application where groups of people can communicate with each other in real time
an electronic version of the type of bulletin board found on the wall in many kitchens and work places. Bulletin Boards are used to post simple messages between users. There is a UWS Staff Bulletin board and a Swansea Higher Education Car Sharing bulletin board.
A place on The Free Auction where you can post messages, ask questions, and help others.
Electronic message system that operates just like a real-world bulletin board to allow members of web-based discussion groups to read and send messages to other group members.
An area on a computer where people can read or write messages. Certain bulletin boards are private, requiring an access code. chat room A Web site where users with a common interest can communicate in real time.
In the broadest sense, a public message board or conferencing facility viewable over a network such as the Internet. They are usually regulated or â€˜moderatedâ€™ by the owners of the site they reside on. See also newsgroups.
a space on the Internet where messages can be posted for others to see and comment on.
A form of electronic messaging in which addressed messages or files are entered by users into a computer or network of computers.
An on-line meeting place to post messages, upload and download files and exchange information.
A computer system used as an information source and forum for a particular interest group. Bulletin boards typically show the postings and replies made by various participants.
A virtual meeting place on the web similar to a chat room except that it isn't in real time. One person leaves a message then others come along, read it and add a reply. Each new discussion is called a new topic or thread and has it's own link. Whenever a new topic is created the older topics are pushed one place downwards in the list. When someone replies to an older topic it is brought back to the top of the list.
computing system, usually (but not necessarily) connected to the Internet, which can be accessed by diverse people to exchange messages. Electronic bulletin boards mimic many of the features of a physical notice board, with users being able to post messages for others to read.
An application that enables people to share messages or other files with other people on a network. You can think of them as support networks for people interested in certain topics.
An electronic area for posting articles pertaining to a particular topic or interest.
(also see Chat and Chat Room) A public area online where you can post a message for everyone else to read. If you post a message to a bulletin board, in nearly all cases, other member participants will be able to contact you by e-mail.
A generic term for a computer system that enables users to read messages posted by others and to post messages for others. Many types of bulletin boards are available through Telnet. See Chapters 1 and 7.
A semi-public area which computer users can connect to using a modem, to read and post messages and/or exchange files. Bulletin boards are rapidly going out of fashion as more and more people connect to the Internet, and are being replaced by websites.
A net-based equivalent of n actual message board, where people can post and reply to messages 'posted' by other people.
A computerized version of the bulletin boards found in stores and other public places, where people can leave messages and advertise things they want to buy or sell.
A bulletin board is an electronic message center that usually serves a specific interest group. One reaches a bulletin board through the Internet, and then reads or posts messages to relate to others who frequent the specific board. See Also: CUSTOMER BOARD
The mechanism by which the Tivoli Management Framework and Tivoli applications communicate with Tivoli administrators. The bulletin board collects notices in notice groups. Administrators can access the bulletin board from the Tivoli desktop. The bulletin board is an audit trail for important operations that the administrators perform.
A computer service designed as a public forum for discussion. A place which allows individuals to post information of interest to others. Top Page
A computer system used for posting electronic messages. Many bulletin board systems (BBS) are devoted to particular topics.
a place on the Internet which revolves around a common theme, such as Linda Tripp, and to which users are drawn because of their common interest; an assembly of documents or notes about a given topic on the Internet
System (BBS) - the cyberspace equivalent to the office bulletin board, a BBS is software that allows users to post and read messages left by other users. Bulletin Board Systems were very popular in the 1980's when computer enthusiasts set up their own systems on personal computers. more of the story...
A computer system used as an information source and message system. It is similar to a physical bulletin board, but messages are posted electronically on a computer bulletin board system.
A method of online asynchronous communication; an electronic message center. Users connect with the center via modem; they can read messages posted by others and respond or leave messages on other topics. Typically, each bulletin board focuses on a specific topic or area of interest. atalog A list of educational courses. MnVU, which is a common course catalog, lists courses offered by many colleges, universities, and proprietary organizations in Minnesota.
A bulletin board functions very much like a newsgroup with the users of the board posting messages; these messages are then displayed to all those who access the bulletin board. It is a low-tech solution for providing a forum for users whose numbers are too small or whose focus of interest is too specialized to be supported by a newsgroup.
An area of a Web site where users can post messages for other users to read.
An electronic version of a notice board. Users can access the bulletin board to obtain information. When applied to voicemail systems it indicates a system of menus that allow the caller to navigate to the information he wants, for example to find out what films are showing at a cinema.
Bulletin boards, also called newsgroups or discussion groups work in a similar way to electronic mail. Instead of writing messages to individual users, participants in bulletin boards post their messages on a news server.
A graphic object that simulates a real-life bulletin board in that it displays text and graphic information in the form of messages to the user from client applications that are currently running.
Bulletin Board was the last album made by The Partridge Family. It was released in 1973. The album cover was made to look like a bulletin board.
A bulletin board (or notice board in British English) is a place where people can leave public messages, for example, to advertise things to buy or sell, announce events, or provide information. Bulletin boards are often made of a material such as cork to facilitate addition and removal of messages or it can be placed on the computer so people can leave and erase messages for other people to read and see.