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Differences Between Input and Output Devices by Mind Map: Differences Between Input
and Output Devices
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Differences Between Input and Output Devices

Input Devices

How Can Students Use Input and Output Devices in a Classroom Environment?

Computer input devices. Input devices can be constructed to accommodate a wide range of abilities. Keyboard and mice are two of the most common computer input devices. These can be modified to accommodate diverse individuals. For example, bigkeys keyboard, which has extra large keys to facilitate locating and pressing the keys correctly. Computer output devices. Just as input devices can help make computers more accessible to people with disabilities, assistive/adaptive output devices can help make computer output more understand and useful. For example, low vision accommodations, these devices assist people with visual impairment. They include: glare protection screens and large monitors with high resolution.

Output Devices