ERIC Number: ED273801
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1986
Reference Count: 0
Training and Technology for the Disabled. Discovery III Conference Papers (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 10-12, 1986).
Smith, Christopher, Ed.
Thirty-three papers are presented from a conference on the application of technology for use in the rehabilitation field. Presentations include "Technology--Opening Doors for Disabled People" (Rochlin, Bowe); "Management Information Systems Development for Rehabilitation Facilities: Critical Factors in Development and Implementation" (Robbins, et al.); "Technology for Children with Disabilities in Connecticut" (Rucker, Gillung); "Microcomputer Education for Employment of the Disabled (MEED): Discovering Microcomputer Careers" (Layton, Yourist); "Teaming the Classroom Computer with a Textbook for Teaching Phonics to the Hearing Impaired" (Hart-Davis); "The Student in the Thicket: Providing World of Work Experiences in an On-the-job Training Setting" (Hoppe); "A Study of Educational Computer Applications for Disabled Children Under 36 Months" (Ellingson, Treptow); "Disabled Access to Technological Advances" (Houston, Cress); "Bridging the Technological Gap" (Musante, et al.); "The Use of Computers in Vocational Assessment" (Tango, Reber); "Parents and Teachers Can Use Peripherals: A Training Perspective" (Hutinger); "Training Teachers to Use Microcomputers: A Consultant Approach" (Keefe); "Technology and Training Eligibility: The 'Fuzzy' Logic Approach to Computerized Vocational Choice" (Williamson); "Computer Speech Recognition for Vocational Training: Strategies and Observations" (Grooms); "Use of Computers for Cognitive Rehabilitation" (Wamboldt, et al.); "The Challenge and the Promise of Computer Access in the 21st Century" (Sloane); "Using LOGO and BASIC with Mildly and Moderately Handicapped Children" (Jolly); "Integrating Vocational Rehabilitation Operations through Automation" (Glass, et al.); "The Other Side of the Disk" (Krasnow, Floyd); "Clothing for Independent Living" (Albrecht, Habdas); "Innovative Software for Cognitive Rehabilitation" (Criter); "Developing Effective Rehabilitation Training Curriculums in Light of Current Technological and Socioeconomic Trends" (Smith); "Choosing Appropriate Input Mode/Device for the Pediatric Client" (Vargas); "Communicate to Educate" (Joseph); "Adapting an Information Desk Job Setting for the Visually-Impaired" (Black); "The Implementation of Computer Technology in a Special Education/Clinical Setting" (Lashway); "AppleWorks for the Special Education Teacher" (Paulson); "Vocational Evaluation Upgrade Program" (Traver); "Vocational Rehabilitation Engineering--What Is It?" (Anderson, Ross); "Personal Computer Assisted Vocational Evaluation (P-Cave)" (Tuck); "Introduction to Microprocessing and Academic Strategies for Developmental-Level College Students" (Griffey); "NU-VUE-CUE: Verbal Eyes Verbalize" (Clark); and "Integrating Assistive Device Machine-Readable Databases with Design, Fabrication, and Testing of Devices and Components for Successful Work Adjustment" (Shafer). Author, title, and topic indexes are provided. (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Career Choice, Computer Oriented Programs, Computers, Disabilities, Elementary Education, Microcomputers, Postsecondary Education, Secondary Education, Special Education, Technological Advancement, Vocational Evaluation, Vocational Rehabilitation, Work Experience
Materials Development Center, Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute, Menomonie, WI 54751 ($17.00).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ.-Stout, Menomonie. Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Inst.