1.7 - ICT and Learning (WJEC)

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What does GUI stand for?
Graphical User Interface.
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What are some features of the desktop environment?
On-Screen help and shortcuts, Control panel and print settings, Password protection, Folder management.
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What does on-screen help and shortcuts enable you to do?
On-screen help enables you to troubleshoot and solve common computer problems. Shortcuts enable you to carry out common tasks quicker.
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What does the control panel enable you to do?
You can change hardware and software settings, set up parental controls, manage security and set accessibility options.
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What do print settings enable you to do?
You can change the print quality, colour settings and choose a printer.
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What does password protection do?
You can create a password to gain access to documents on the computer making sure your data is secure
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What does folder management do?
You can easily create folders to organise files. You can copy, move delete and rename files.
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What are some examples of online learning?
Online tutorials, Online assessments, VLEs.
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Advantages/Disadvantages of Online Tutorials?
A - More engaging for students. Available at any time, any place as long as you have internet. D - Students may miss out on the social interaction of learning with others. Teachers aren't available to explain things to you if needed.
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Advantages/Disadvantages of Online Assessments?
A - Multiple-choice questions can be marked instantly. Teachers save time. D - Not all questions can be marked automatically.
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Advantages/Disadvantages of VLEs?
A - Teachers can upload presentations and quizzes. Students can see their marks or revise online at any time. D - High initial cost. Can take some time for staff and students to get used to.
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What learning devices and software help children with disabilities?
Braille Keyboard, Microphone, Touch sensitise data entry device, Voice recognition software, Text to speech software, Customised desktop environment.
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How does a Braille Keyboard help disabled students?
A type of keyboard which uses Braille to help the visually impaired to type.
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How does a microphone help disabled students?
People that are unable to use keyboard can give verbal commands.
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How does a Touch Sensitive Data Entry Device help disabled students?
Touch screens can be operated by those with poor motor skills.
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How does Voice Recognition Software help disabled students?
Recognises words being spoken into a microphone.
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How does Text To Speech Software help disabled students?
aReads aloud what is shown on the screen, helping those who are visually impaired.
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How do Customised Desktop Environments help disabled students?
Accessibility options allow you to change contrast and colour, magnify text and use on-screen keyboards.
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