Information Access and Adaptive Technology
This practical new guide is designed to help school officials put students and staff with disabilities on a "level playing field" with everyone else, in computer labs, in libraries, and in classrooms. Rather than merely focusing on specific types of hardware and software, the authors discuss how to set up the infrastructure necessary to provide technology and support. They cover computer access issues, as well as the use of computer-based compensatory tools; special adaptive technology designed to enable individuals with disabilities to participate more independently in the academic environment.
Carmela Cunningham, Norman Coombs
Produced by American Council on Education, 1997
12 chapters, 198 pg.

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