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18:45 Sep 12, 2007
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Spanish to English translations [PRO] Social Sciences - Education / Pedagogy / Educacion Secundaria Peru
Spanish term or phrase:H.I.D.
This abbreviation appears as a heading on a Secondary School's Certificado de Estudios from Peru, for extra subjects the student has taken. Does anybody know what it stands for?
In such cases, if the client doesn't bother to define the acronym, why should we? I either ask them or leave it as is.
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H.I.D.(Human Interface Device)
Explanation: Could this be some indication that the subjects in question were studied online, using some kind of computer education programme, or one that requires identification of the user before giving authorization to the study material? Take a look at the second link and see what you think.
Wikipedia says:HID is a three-letter acronym ... for: Human interface device, a computer device that interacts with and takes input from humans, such as the keyboard, mouse, etc. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hid
"End-users of HID products and solutions include businesses and organizations in virtually all industry sectors with a need to protect or control information or people. These include government, healthcare, retail, industrial, commercial, airports/ports, financial and educational institutions to name only a few.....". http://www.hidcorp.com/about/index.php#technology
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