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Authors Note

Please contact the senior author at the following address for the full text of the technology survey: Department of Rehabilitation, 346 N. West Avenue, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701.

About the Authors

Richard T. Roessler, Ph.D., CRC, is a university professor of rehabilitation at the University of Arkansas. Roessler is the principal investigator for Project APT, a 3-year transition services grant funded by the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services.

H. Michael Kirk, MS, is a doctoral student in the department of rehabilitation at the University of Arkansas. He received his masters in counseling from the University of Memphis and is a graduate assistant with Project APT.

Tech Talk: Abbreviation Expansion and Word Prediction: Uses in Higher Education

David McNaughton The Pennsylvania State University

Kim Hartman (Guest Author) Quinnipiac College

I am pleased to welcome Kim Hartman as a guest author for Tech Talk. Kim brings a variety of experiences and perspectives to her writing: she is an occupational therapist, a professor at Quinnipiac College in Connecticut, and a doctoral student (with a special interest in learning disabilities) at the University of Connecticut. Kim has had first hand experience in using assistive technology with students with disabilities through her work as a private consultant on assistive technology, and has presented at numerous conference and workshops on this topic.


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