Differences Between Input & Output Devices

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

1. Input Devices

2. Examples of input devices: keyboard, mouse. -The mouse allows navigation and is used to point to and select options on the screen. -The use of a keyboard is used to input data. There are different layouts that can be created with the use of a keyboard. The keyboard is also a tool that allows coping, cutting and pasting if there is no mouse available. One Challenge for the keyboard would be if the keys aren't big enough to meet the needs of our disabled students. a challenge for the mouse would be making sure you have batteries in it if it is wireless .

2.1. Products

2.2. Partner

2.3. Audiences

2.4. Authority

3. Output Devices

3.1. These types of devices are the pieces of hardware that move information (data that have been processed or accessed) out of the computer" (Lever-Duffy & McDonald, 2011, p. 398). It is used to send data from a computer to another device or user.

3.2. Output devices are larger, and emphasize on quality and size of output.

3.3. The most common output devices in modern computers are the display monitor, speaker, printer and the sound and video cards.

4. Input and output devices are computer hardware components.

4.1. Products

4.2. Partner

4.3. Audiences

4.4. Authority

5. Input Devices

5.1. It is any device that provides input to a computer.

5.2. "It is a computer peripheral that the user can use to enter data into a computer" (Levy-Duffy & McDonald, 2011, p.395).

5.3. They are usually smaller in size than output devices and have physical attributes that emphasize on comfort and ease-of-use. Input devices typically handle data input through buttons, lens or microphone.

5.4. An input device allows users the opportunity to communicate and feed instructions and data to computers for processing, display, storage and/or transmission.

6. References- Lever-Duffy. J & McDonald, J.B. (2011). Teaching and Learning with Technology (4th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc/Allyn & Bacon.

6.1. Features

6.2. Benefits

6.3. Uniqueness

6.4. So What?

7. Output Devices

7.1. Demographic

7.2. Psychographic

7.3. Technographic

7.4. Behavior

7.5. Gathering Points

8. Examples of output devices are: The monitor and printer. They are essential devices that are needed in a classroom in that the monitor allows the work to be displayed during the creation and the printer releases the final product on paper. One challenge for the monitor would it could hurt your eyes if you are looking at it too long . A challenge for the printer would be having no ink to print documents and if it is not wireless it has to be connected correctly to the computer in order to print.

8.1. Content

8.2. Personality

8.3. Positioning