[nabs] computer class and diagrams
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Sat Feb 11 17:46:08 EST 2012
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On Feb 11, 2012, at 4:08 PM, "Ashley Bramlett" <bookwormahb at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> So I have this ITE class, information technology essentials. Since I bought my own equipment, the professor is helping me during office hours understand material and go over the labs. I’m trying to understand basic concepts presented about applications such as excell and database management.
> Many diagrams are in the book; like every other page. And I’m not exaggerating. The book is named Computers: understanding technology. So if anyone used it, you know what its about. It’s a pretty good book about what is in a computer overall; it even explains the function of a mouse and keyboard even though everyone knows what they do. We just finished covering the information processing cycle and now we are on software programs.
> Anyway, I’m thinking of ways to see these pictures or better visualize them. I have some vision so I thought of using those dark 20/20 pens but to my knowledge they are not in color; I want something in color. Hmm. Maybe Mr sketch markers; although I don’t want something that thick. I want something like a 20/20 pen in color; like basic colors such as red and green.
> What are other ways to create tactile diagrams? Any tape you found good? I don’t want to use wiki sticks.
> My professor describes the concept or picture to me; for instance if there are arrows, she explains what its pointing to. But sometimes IMO I’d like a diagram of stuff.
> Maybe I should buy that graph paper from APH to discuss cells so I can understand that spatial relationship when we do excell.
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