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Frame, Charles – 1992
Personnel in the rehabilitation field have come to recognize the possibilities and implications of computers as assistive technology for disabled persons. This manual provides information on how to adapt the Unicorn Board, Touch Talker/Light Talker overlays, the Adaptive Firmware Card setup disk, and Trace-Transparent Access Module (T-TAM) to…
Descriptors: Art Activities, Assistive Devices (for Disabled), Childrens Art, Computer Assisted Instruction
Library of Congress, Washington, DC. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. – 1994
This resource guide lists instructional materials, supplies, and equipment available for learning to read and write braille. The resources are intended to assist sighted persons interested in learning to transcribe braille; instructors who teach braille; visually impaired persons interested in learning to read and write braille; and family…
Descriptors: Blindness, Braille, Computer Peripherals, Early Childhood Education
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Crawford, Walt – Library Hi Tech, 1993
Discussion of factors to consider in purchasing a personal computer covers present and future needs, computing environments, memory, processing performance, disk size, and display quality. Issues such as bundled systems, where and when to purchase, and vendor support are addressed; and an annotated bibliography of 28 recent articles is included.…
Descriptors: Computer Peripherals, Computer Software, Computer System Design, Cost Effectiveness
Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Trace Center. – 1988
The Trace Center gathers and organizes information on communication, control, and computer access for handicapped individuals. The information is disseminated in the form of brief sheets describing print, nonprint, and organizational resources and listing addresses and telephone numbers for ordering or for additional information. This compilation…
Descriptors: Blindness, Communication Aids (for Disabled), Communication Disorders, Communication (Thought Transfer)
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Crawford, Walt – Library Hi Tech, 1994
Discusses changes that have made desktop publishing appealing and reasonably priced. Hardware, software, and printer options for getting started and moving on, typeface developments, and the key characteristics of desktop publishing are described. The author's notes on 33 articles from the personal computing literature from January-March 1994 are…
Descriptors: Change, Computer Peripherals, Computer Software, Computer Software Selection