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1Persons who subscribe to ACOLUG discussion group are predominately individuals who use AAC, family members of persons using AAC, or related professionals.

2The data in this article represent only a portion of the entire questionnaire. Data not reported include responses to 12 open-ended questions, responses to which are to extensive for adequate description in this article. For a copy of the entire questionnaire, please contact the first author.

3A Graduate Equivalent Degree (GED) is a credential that is of equal value to a diploma granted to students upon completing a high school or secondary school education.

Table 1

Participant Demographics

Name

Gender

Age

Mobility

Academic program

Semester

GPA

Betty

female

21

walk

elementary education

freshman

3.0-3.4

Gena

female

20

powered wheelchair

N/A

N/A

N/A

Fiona

female

18

powered wheelchair

political science

freshman

3.0-3.4

Isaac

male

25

powered wheelchair

computer information systems / telecommunications

senior

3.0-3.4

Judy

female

48

powered wheelchair

N/A

N/A

N/A

Ken

male

46

powered wheelchair

information management

senior

3.0-3.4

Larry

male

43

powered wheelchair

communications

junior

3.0-3.4

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