requesting your suggestions for presentation
Julie Clark and Jim Felton
speedy at olywa.net
Tue Nov 19 16:36:06 PST 1996
I'd like to ask you ( as I just did Wildman Tim @
http://www.wildmantim.com/ ) if you can suggest the essential adaptive
devices for schools who wish to support kids with disabilities by the
use of computers in the class room?
Excuse the quote here:
" Wondering if you'd like to offer your opinion on which adaptive
technology devices I should be including in a presentation before a
Special Education Technology Group of the local school district. The
request from them is: "What adaptive or augmentative device should they
be aware of, and how could these technologies help disabled students
succeed in their school environment?"
I have done work for them already providing a hypercard stack that
allows teachers, with minimum thought, to scan-in one of those
multiple-choice work-sheets that other students are doing, and to set it
up in Macintosh HyperCard so kids can participate in filling out the
What would you say were the 'must-see', essential tools for adapting
computers and school work for young students with a variety of
Clark Computing: "Desktop Publishing with the Personal Touch"
<speedy at olywa.net>
HumanCom Consulting: "Accessibility Computer Solutions"
<humancom at olywa.net>
Pacific Ancient Voyagers: "Four dimensions of Pacific Prehistory"
<jfelton at olywa.net>
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