INPUT/OUTPUT DEVICES

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INPUT/OUTPUT DEVICES by Mind Map: INPUT/OUTPUT DEVICES

1. Benefits: Can be used as Assistive Technology. Can be used for non-verbal students by using a talk switch. Enlarge text for students with poor vision.

2. Printer

3. INPUT DEVICE

3.1. Includes any computer peripheral that you might use to enter data into the computer

3.2. any device that can be connected to a computer

4. Keyboard

5. OUTPUT DEVICE

5.1. Prints whatever is on the monitor onto paper. Prints words, numbers, or pictures. Printer turns information into hard copy-(the printed version of material generated by a computer. It is the most common output of a computer other than what appears on the monitor screen.)

6. Challenges: Space in the classroom.

7. Benefits: Able to have a physcial copy in hand. Can print in various modes such as can produce output on transparencies for use with an overhead project

8. Challenges: If copies are made from the original and the original isn't clear then

9. Laid out like the keys on a typewriter. Primary input device for a computer. A way to input letters or numbers into different applications or programs.