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Journal of Special Education Technology

2006 Volume 21, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Impact of Word Prediction Software on the Written Output of Students with Physical Disabilities

    Pat Mirenda, Kirsten Turoldo & Constance McAvoy

    This study examined the impact of a word prediction software program, Co:Writer, on the written output of 24 students with physical disabilities that affected their ability to write by hand.... More

    pp. 5-12

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  2. Assistive Software Tools for Secondary-Level Students with Literacy Difficulties

    Sarah Irvine Belson, American University; Daniel Hartmann and Jennifer Sherman, The Lab School of Washington (DC); Dane Marco Di Cesare David Bruce, University at Buffalo; Melissa Sullivan, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Sarah Irvine Belson, American University; Daniel Hartmann and Jennifer Sherman, The Lab School of Washington (DC); Dane Marco Di Cesare David Bruce, University at Buffalo; Melissa Sullivan, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Margaret Manalo Carol Sue Englert, Michigan State University; Sarah Irvine Belson, American University; Daniel Hartmann and Jennifer Sherman, The Lab School of Washington (DC); Dane Marco Di Cesare David Bruce, University at Buffalo; Melissa Sullivan, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Margaret Manalo Carol Sue Englert, Michigan State University; Sarah Irvine Belson, American University; Daniel Hartmann and Jennifer Sherman, The Lab School of Washington (DC); Dane Marco Di Cesare David Bruce, University at Buffalo; Melissa Sullivan, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Margaret Manalo Carol Sue Englert, Michigan State University; Alissa A. Lange, Martin McPhillips, Gerry Mulhern & Judith Wylie

    The present study assessed the compensatory effectiveness of four assistive software tools (speech synthesis, spellchecker, homophone tool, and dictionary) on literacy. Secondary-level students (N ... More

    pp. 13-22

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  3. School Web Sites: Are They Accessible to All?

    Julie A. Wells & Ann E. Barron

    In 2002, the National Center for Educational Statistics reported that 99% of public schools had Internet access and 86% of those schools had a web site or web page (Kleiner & Lewis, 2003). This... More

    pp. 23-30

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