Volume 5, Number 1 (Fall 2008)

 

Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits

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Table of Contents

Outcomes and Benefits in Assistive Technology Service Delivery
Phil Parette and David Dikter
   
Understanding Consumer Needs Through Market Research
Cynthia Overton, Cheryl Volkman. Heidi Silver-Pacuilla, and Tracy Gray
   
Assessing Calculators as Assessment Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
Emily C. Bouck and Aman Yadav
   
Campus Community Partnerships with People Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
James Matteson, Christine K. Kha, Diane J. Hu, Chih-Chieh Cheng, Lawrence Saul, and Georgia Robins Sadler
   
Sight Word Recognition Among Young Children At-Risk: Picture –Supported vs. Word-Only
Hedda Meadan, Julia B. Stoner, and Howard P. Parette
   
Technology (AT) Reutilization (Reuse): What We Know Today
Joy Kniskern, Carolyn P. Phillips, and Thomas Patterson
   
Perspectives of Assistive Technology from Deaf Students at a Hearing University
Maribeth N. Lartz, Julia B. Stoner, and La-Juan Stout
   
Assistive Technology and Emergent Literacy for Preschoolers: A Literature Review
Kimberly Kris Floyd, Lora Lee Smith Canter, Tara Jeffs, and Sharon A. Judge
   
Call for Papers and Manuscript Preparation Guidelines for ATOB Vol 6

 
(c) 2008, Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) and Special Education Assistive Technology (SEAT) Center.

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