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What is voice banking and what are the choices one can make if you want to preserve your voice for future use via digital augmentative communication devices like a computer generated voice. Augmentative Communication devices typically use a computer generated voice. Male, Female, even children’s voices are available. The quality...

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Does Universal Design for Learning (UDL) exist in virtual schools? Kimberly Coy provides us this overview of the things we can consider to create robust learning environments, even online, using UDL. https://www.smore.com/vg49h-udl-in-synchronous-environments-k-8

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American Sign Language University is a fantastic resource site for American sign Language (ASL) students and teachers. Here you will find information and resources to help you learn ASL and improve your signing. Study at your own pace. The site has an easy to navigate index with popular words, and...

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This Benetech-DIAGRAM Center webinar speaks broadly on 3D printing, why and how you start, printing accessible instructional materials, when and what you don’t print, and what types of printed objects support learning best. The DIAGRAM Center is the R&D Center at Benetech working on the accessibility of educational materials for...

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This resource is a fifty-three page PowerPoint presentation by Associate Professor Katya Hill, P.h.D., CCC-SLP of the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and the Department of Communication Science and Disorders at the University of Pittsburg. The PowerPoint covers evidence-based principles for selecting eye gaze AAC technology. The main four...

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The specific need for assistive technology is unique to the individual. Trial and error may be required to find a set of appropriate tools and techniques. The person with a mobility impairment should play a key role in determining her goals and needs when selecting her assistive technology. Once basic...

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This paper from Norman Murray and Dave Roberts of the University of Salford looks at head and eye gaze assistive technologies. For efficient collaboration between participants, eye gaze is seen as being critical for interaction. Teleconferencing systems such as the AcessGrid allow users to meet across geographically disparate rooms but...

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This paper from CSUN Scholarworks Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities discusses begins on how computer games are becoming increasingly diversified. The lead author of this paper first encountered them early in elementary school. One of the authors recalls quite often having had fun playing games with his neighborhood...

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A clip from a session at the Australian Music Society for Education Conference 2015 (ASME 2015) conducted by Phil Heeley of “Access for All” showcasing various AT music creation devices such as the Soundbeam motion sensor, the Skoog, and the Alphasphere.

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HumanWare announced the launch of the compact Brailliant BI14, a portable braille keyboard that pairs with Apple mobile devices. Designed to boost productivity, whether users are at the office or out and about, this new braille display boasts cutting-edge intelligence and innovative features made with mobile professionals and students who...

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