Differences Input/Output Devices Technology

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Differences Input/Output Devices Technology by Mind Map: Differences Input/Output  Devices  Technology

1. Keyboard

1.1. Application for Learning

1.2. Students use this to type assignments, papers,a nd homework

1.3. Benefits

1.4. The keys control what you do on the computer

1.5. Keyboard can give software commands

1.6. Often used with the computer

1.7. Challenges

1.8. Style of the keyboard might interfer with a person's fingers (long or short) and if it's ergonomically correct or not

1.9. Shortcut keys could be hard to remember

2. Mouse

2.1. Application for Learning

2.2. This is used to help manipulate software on the computer

2.3. Benefits

2.4. Can be accommodated for left hand or right hand users

2.5. Point and click to desired icon

2.6. Challenges

2.7. Difficult for handicap students to use

2.8. Roller on the mouse coud be hard to manipulate

3. Monitor

3.1. Application for Learning

3.2. Enable user to see what they are doing

3.3. Benefits

3.4. Soft copy is visual

3.5. Mimics a television screen

3.6. Challenges

3.7. If student has a vision problem it could be difficult to see

3.8. Soft copy/Information can be lost if the screen is turned off

4. Printer

4.1. Application for Learning

4.2. Information can be printed, filed, or taken with you

4.2.1. INS to insert (Windows)

4.2.2. TAB to insert (Mac OS)

4.2.3. ENTER to add siblings

4.2.4. DEL to delete

4.2.5. Press F1 to see all key shortcuts

4.3. Benefits

4.4. Used for making hard copie

4.5. Overhead projector can be used with the printer

4.6. Challenges

4.6.1. Online Help

4.6.2. Use Cases & Templates

4.6.2.1. Personal Todo List

4.6.2.2. Vacation Planning

4.6.2.3. Meeting Minutes

4.6.2.4. Project Plan

4.6.2.5. more...

4.6.3. Tools and Gadgets

4.6.3.1. Offline Mode

4.6.3.2. Geistesblitz Tools

4.6.3.3. Email & SMS Gateways

4.6.3.4. Offline Mode

4.7. Paper Jams