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The Use of Multiple Monitor and KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Technologies in an Educational Setting
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Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE),

Abstract

Having more than one screen of usable space can enhance productivity, both inside and outside of the classroom. So can using one keyboard, screen, and mouse with multiple computers. This paper (and session) will cover the author's use of multiple monitor and KVM (keyboard, video, and mouse) technologies both inside and outside the classroom, with particular emphasis on setup, configuration, troubleshooting, and use of these technologies. In addition, a practical way is presented for moving a laptop on a cart, that uses these technologies, between office and classroom with minimal effort. This paper (and session) will cover the author's use of multiple monitor and KVM (keyboard, video, and mouse) technologies both inside and outside the classroom, with particular emphasis on setup, configuration, troubleshooting, and use of these technologies. In most cases, the exact method for installing and/or configuring the features depends on the version of the operating system used, the hardware used, etc. This being the case, some specific examples are given, but the reader is urged to do a relevant Internet search to find specific instructions for his or her own computer configuration. [For complete proceedings, see ED490093.]

Citation

Snyder, R. (2004). The Use of Multiple Monitor and KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Technologies in an Educational Setting. Presented at Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) 2004. Retrieved August 12, 2022 from .

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