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Mobile devices and communication apps: Current trends and future directions.
Abstract: Presenters discuss the use of mobile communication technologies including the iPod and iPad by children with complex communication needs. The discussion includes: the benefits of using mobile communication technology, the assessment process, learning about new apps, intervention, building vocabulary and language skills, what’s next, and additional resources. Run time: 31minutes 33 seconds.
NARIC Accession Number: O18536. What's this?
Author(s): Shane, Howard; Gosnell, Jessica; McNaughton, David; Sennot, Sam.
Project Number: H133E080011.
Publisher(s): The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Communication Enhancement (AAC-RERC) Duke University, Department of Surgery, Division of Speech Pathology and Audiology, 220 West Main Street, Durham, NC, 27705; 919/681-9983.
Publication Year: 2011.
Descriptor Terms: ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY, AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS, AUGMENTATIVE AND ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION, CHILD DEVELOPMENT, CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES, COMMUNICATION DEVICES, COMMUNICATION SKILLS, COMPUTER APPLICATIONS, EARLY INTERVENTION, FACILITATED COMMUNICATION, LANGUAGE DISORDERS, SPEECH IMPAIRMENTS, TELECOMMUNICATIONS, TELEPHONES.