ERIC Number: ED333681
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Dec
Reference Count: 0
Proceedings of the South Central Technology Access Conference (1st, Little Rock, Arkansas, December 4-5, 1989).
VanBiervliet, Alan, Ed.; Parette, Phil, Ed.
This proceedings provides the text of 17 conference presentations on access to technology for persons with disabilities. Titles and authors include: "There Is Funding Out There" (Anna C. Hofmann); "Assessment and Prescription for Adaptive Driving Controls" (Michael K. Shipp); "Technology Transfer for the Community Dwelling Older Adults" (M. Cherie Clark); "Research Focusing on Freedom of Choice, Communication, and Independence Using Eyegaze and Speech Recognition Assistive Technology" (Carrie Brown); "The Process of Integrating Software into the Special Education Curriculum" (Dave Edyburn); "Telecommunications Technology in the Future: Its Benefits and Applications to Persons with Disabilities" (Darrell Lauer); "The Arkansas Special Education Resource Center Presents Software Soup" (Kathy Balkman and others); "Three Approaches to the Use of Speech for People Who Are Visually-Impaired" (Fred Gissoni); "Augmentative Communication Alternatives for Persons with Disabilities" (Linda Crawley, Nancy Dunn); "Are You Listening? Developing A Consumer-Responsive System" (Rachell Wobschall); "NASA and the Process of Technology Transfer: Current Involvement and Implications for the Future" (Ismail Akbay); "Technology for Disabled Students in Higher Education" (Riqua R. Serebreni); "The Arkansas Technology Program" (Alan VanBiervliet and others); "Issues in Amplification and Listening Devices" (Hope Keiser); "The Role of RESNA in the Provision of Technical Assistance and Information in Response to P.L. 100-407" (Patricia Beattie); "User Friendly Homes for Today and Tomorrow" (Beulah Hirschlein); and "Trends of Telecommunication for Deaf People" (Al Sonnenstrahl). (JDD)
Descriptors: Accessibility (for Disabled), Assistive Devices (for Disabled), Communication Aids (for Disabled), Computer Software, Computer Uses in Education, Curriculum, Deafness, Disabilities, Elementary Secondary Education, Financial Support, Futures (of Society), Hearing Aids, Higher Education, Housing, Older Adults, Program Development, Rehabilitation, Resource Centers, Speech Synthesizers, Technology, Technology Transfer, Telecommunications, Visual Impairments
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Arkansas Univ., Little Rock. University-Affiliated Program.
Authoring Institution: Arkansas Univ., Little Rock. Center for Research on Teaching and Learning.
Identifiers: Arkansas; Augmentative Communication Systems