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Learning Tools That Work : A Survey Of Adaptive Technology In Learning Programs (2005)
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Call Number ESL/TUTOR/371.90433/HUNT,J


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Published: [Eugene, Or.] : Garlic Press : distributed by Grass Roots Press, 2005
Description:  39 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0969586396 (spiral-bound), 9780969586395 (spiral-bound), 9780969586395,
Language:  English


Cover title

"A project by Action Read Community Literacy Centre; this project was funded by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada--National Literacy Secretariat"--P. [1] of cover

Spiral-bound

"This manual was originally developed to accompany four online training modules for literacy practitioners in Ontario ... [and] provides an overview of a selection of adaptive technology and assistive devices that have been field tested at Action Read ... in a variety of contexts including literacy, adult upgrading, special needs, classroom instructors and learning disabilities specialists who are trying to find resources for specific learning needs for both children and adults"--P. 4



Introduction -- Adaptive/assistive technology : a clarification of terms -- Types of adaptive technology -- Reading support software -- Writing support software -- Voice-to-text software -- Existing software -- Assistive devices and additional information -- Helpful websites -- Learning accommodation case studies

Related Searches:
Educational technology.
Teaching -- Aids and devices.
People with disabilities -- Education.
Computer-assisted instruction.
Assistive computer technology.
Internet in education.
Readers for new literates.
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Additional Credits:
Action Read Community Literacy Centre

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