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Wired to Work: A Qualitative Analysis of Assistive Technology Training for People with Visual Impairments
Abstract: This article details the qualitative results of focus groups with adults who are visually impaired and received assistive technology training (AT) and with AT trainers. The participants described the state of AT training in the United States at the beginning of the 21st century from their perspectives as students and teachers. Their insights cover the critical needs of people with visual impairments who want to learn AT and the competencies required of their trainers.
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