Assistive Technology for Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

Ike Presley and Frances Mary D'Andrea

Contents

Foreword by Paul Schroeder, print edition pages vii - viii

Acknowledgments, print edition pages ix

Introduction, print edition pages xi - xvii

Part 1: Overview of Assistive Technology for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

Chapter 1 Technology for Learning and Literacy, print edition pages 3 - 23

Chapter 2 Technologies for Accessing Print Information, print edition pages 24 - 78

Chapter 3 Technologies for Accessing Electronic Information, print edition pages 79 - 119

Chapter 4 Technologies for Producing Written Communication, print edition pages 120 - 144

Chapter 5 Technologies for Producing Materials in Alternate Formats, print edition pages 145 - 170

Part 2: The Assistive Technology Assessment Process

Chapter 6 Getting Ready for the Assessment, print edition pages 173 - 197

Chapter 7 Performing an Assistive Technology Assessment, print edition pages 198 - 315

Chapter 8 Writing the Recommendations Report, print edition pages 316 - 383

Chapter 9 Follow-up: Implementing the Recommendations, print edition pages 384 - 407

Appendixes

A It's the Law: Q&A about Assistive Technology and Special Education, print edition pages 408 - 415

B Resources, print edition pages 416 - 445

C Case Study: Semena, print edition pages 446 - 476

D Assessment Forms, print edition pages 477 - 516

Index, print edition pages 517 - 528

About the Authors, print edition pages 529


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