X hits on this document

Word document

Faculty Attitudes and Practices Regarding Students with Disabilities: Two Decades After Implementati... - page 44 / 67

135 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

44 / 67

with a joystick/trackball

expressions eye gaze, yes/no head nod

easily understood

Ken

vois 160TM

standard keyboard

facial expressions, eye gaze, yes/no head nod

easily understood

Larry

liberatorTM

not available

none identified

very easily understood

Table 4

Modes to Participate in Written Communication

Name

Hi-tech device

Additional supports

Effectiveness

Betty

laptop computer

notetaker, instructor provides notes or outline

not easy to complete tasks

Fiona

liberatorTM

pen or pencil, notetaker, personal assistance through disability services aides and professors

somewhat easy to complete tasks

Gena

laptop computer

notetaker , personal assistance (not specified)

easy to complete tasks

Isaac

liberatorTM, standard computer

notetaker, instructor provides notes or outline, tape recorder, personal assistance (not specified)

easy to complete tasks

Judy

liberatorTM

notetaker assists with outline, then uses computer and printer

no response

Ken

vois 160TM

notetaker, tape recorder

easy to complete tasks

Larry

liberatorTM

note taker, instructor provides notes or outline, tape recorder

easy to complete tasks

Document info
Document views135
Page views135
Page last viewedSat Dec 03 19:43:10 UTC 2016
Pages67
Paragraphs997
Words26413

Comments