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1. Computer Science Resources
New Mexico tech's computer science Department. tech computer Center (TCC) See also assistive technology Resources. See also information on Internet and Writing Your Own Web Page
Computer Science Resources
New Mexico Tech Library's Best Picks
Computer Science Resources on the Web
Some of these sites have search engines, others are alphabetic or classified lists
Computer Science Electronic Indexes on the Web
Computer Science Electronic Journals on the Web

2. HCI At Virginia Tech
D. Research Scientist; Ph.D., Virginia tech. multimedia information presentation,and computerassistive technology for Other VT computer science Faculty Vitae.
HCI Researchers in Computer Science at Virginia Tech
Faculty and Staff
  • Marc Abrams, Ph.D. Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Maryland. Performance analysis of parallel and distributed programs, parrallel discrete event simulation, communication networks, human-computer interaction
      Office: 641 McBryde
      Phone: (540) 231-8457
  • John Carroll, Ph.D. Professor and Head of the Department of Computer Science; Ph.D., Columbia. Human-computer interaction, scenario-based system development, education and design applications.
      Office: 562 McBryde
      Phone: (540) 231 - 6931
  • Roger Ehrich, Ph.D. Professor; Ph.D., Northwestern. Digital picture processing, automatic visual inspection, human-computer interface design and evaluation.
      Office: 133A McBryde
      Phone: (540) 231 - 5420 e-mail: ehrich@vtopus.cs.vt.edui
  • Edward Fox, Ph.D. A ssociate Professor; Ph.D., Cornell. Multimedia information storage and retrieval, hypermedia digital libraries, database and text processing, library and office automation, artificial intelligence and expert systems, optical disks, electronic publishing.
      Office: 638 McBryde
      Phone: (540) 231 - 5113

3. CU CSCI Colloquium Series
Listing of Department of computer science colloquia, which are typically held once a week during the fall and spring semesters. computer science). Reducing the Overheads of Objectoriented Languages. 10/31/2002. Alessandro Orso (Georgia tech) for computer Network Security and assistive technology Systems
Home The Department General Info Research Publications Events Calendar Colloquia CATS Lecture Series Defenses BACTAC ... News Undergraduate Program General Info B.S. Minor B.S./M.S. ... Senior Project Graduate Program General Info Prospective Students M.S. M.E. ... Ph.D. Courses Catalog Schedules Prerequisites Web Pages ... FCQs People Faculty Staff Students Alumni ... Advisory Board Other Links College of Engineering The University Boulder State of Colorado ... Search
The Department holds colloquia throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. These colloquia, open to the public, are typically held on Thursday afternoons, but sometimes occur at other times as well. If you would like to receive email notification of upcoming colloquia, subscribe to our colloquia mailing list
upcoming colloquia ...
Brian M. Dennis
(Computer Science Department, Northwestern University)
Building an Ubiquitous, Adaptive Newspaper

past colloquia ...
Tor Mohling
(System Administrator, CSOps)
An Introduction to UNIX in the CSEL
Doug Sicker (CU Department of Interdisciplinary Telecommunications)
A Secure Federated Model for Video Conferencing
Joan L. Mitchell

4. MSU MEMO: July 24, 1995
Research Assistant I, (TimeLimited) (computer Analyst), Social science science ResearchCenter; Research Assistant I (Time-Limited), Wildlife assistive tech.
Employment Opportunities
The following vacancies are subject to change on a daily basis. Mississippi State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Human Resources Management also provides employment opportunity information via telephone. The "Dial-A-Job" line provides information on current support staff vacancies on a daily basis. This service is updated on Tuesdays and Fridays. If you don't have time to visit the MSU Human Resources office, call Dial-A-Job at 325-4132 it's the next best thing to being there.
  • Administrative Officer, Extension Administration
  • Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Officer, Business Affairs/Human Resources
  • Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (MSU Internal Search Only), Academic Affairs
  • Associate Dean for External Affairs, Business and Industry (MSU Internal Search Only)
  • Chair/English Professor, Arts and Sciences, Meridian Campus, Academic Affairs
  • Dean, College of Education, Academic Affairs
  • Executive Director and Assistant Professor (Program of Research and Evaluation for Public School), College of Education

5. Resources By Subject -- New Mexico Tech Skeen Library
Resources by Subject. tech Departments and Programs. computer science. Earth Environmentalscience. Arts. Business Economics. Disabilities assistive technology.
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6. People - Mercer University Computer Science Department
journals . computer science newsletters . computer science reports, currently hosts the assistive Technology Center Web Collection of computer science Bibliographies at University
Faculty The Computer Science Department currently has seven full-time faculty members: Robert A. Allen Associate Professor; Ph.D., Clemson University - Operating Systems; Web Page Design and Database Interconnectivity; Electronic Commerce and Data Security Esmail Bonakdarian Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Iowa David L. Cozart Professor and Department Head; Ph.D., Duke University - Computer Networks; Computer Graphics; Microprocessors Andy D. Digh Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Tennessee - Object-Oriented Programming; Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis; Computer Science Education Andrew J. Pounds Assistant Professor; Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology - High Performance Computing; Numerical Analysis; Scientific Visualization and Computer Graphics Scarlett B. Vandergrift Instructor; M.S., University of Georgia - Visual Programming; Multimedia Design Laurie A. White

7. Dynamic Created Course Offerings
assistive tech Center, Associated Students (ASGC), Astronomy, Services, Business Officetech Center, Business Information Systems, computer science Information (CSIS

8. Dynamic Created Course Offerings
Art Gallery, Assessment, assistive tech Center, Associated Students (ASGC). Communication/Speech,Communications/Speech, computer science Information (CSIS), computer

9. Computer Science Web Sites
An extensive collection of online resources for computer science. alertbox/. assistive technologies Electronic Accessibility, http// http// Top tech Trends, June 2000, http//
Alertbox: Current Issues in Web Usability,

Cern, Where the Internet started.
A Content-Based Internet Collaboration, Contact:
Collection of Computing Science Bibliographies, Contact:
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Computer and Internet Related Online Books, Contact: Terrific source of online books.

Cora: Computer Science Research Paper Search Engine,

10. Ilusa Template Link Page With B/N Search
and computer science Wright State University Dayton, Ohio 45435. Richard E. Banks(Adaptive technology Consultant), School of Allied Health, assistive tech In
Science and technology links for the disabled and assistive technology links Updated February 1, 2000 8 X 8, Inc. - Via TV, Phone 21st Century Eloquence (Speech/Voice Recognition) ABLE DATA Access Alaska Adaptivation Incorporated Adaptive Computing Software Project ... ADA Enterprises, Inc. - ADA is a manufacturer of fire, smoke detection and other unique safety products. Advanced Hearing Products - Hearing aid de-humidifier AIL Systems, Inc. Alliance for Technology Access Apple Disability Connection Assis-TECH - Assistive techonology products. Assistince Dog Providors - Detailed information available on 110 assistance dog providers - Resource book. Assistive Technology - Univ. Kansas Assistive Technology Consulting Assistive Technology Educational Network of Florida - What is ATEN? The Assistive Technology Educational Network (ATEN) offers services to support Florida's 67 school districts in meeting the assistive technology needs of their students. Assistive Technology Incorporated Assistive Technology On-Line Assistive Technology On-Line is a WWW database on Assistive Technology (AT). This effort is being organized by the Applied Science and Engineering Laboratories through its major programs:

11. Assistive Technology Team - Boulder Valley School District
ideas, both low and high tech., to help addition to working on the assistive technologyTeam the University of Colorado's computer science Department developing
BVSD Assistive Technology Team
A part of BVSD's Special Education Services
What is Assistive Technology?
What is the Assistive Technology Team?

Who is on the AT Team

Receiving Services
AT Projects
- We'd like your input!
What is Assistive Technology?
Assistive Technology is any tool that aids a person with a disability in completing their live's daily activities. Tools can be as simple as spell check for a poor speller to an adjustable keyboard for a person with fine motor problems. BVSD's Assistive Technology team is designed to assist students in school with their academic pursuits.
What is the Assistive Technology Team?
State Level - The Colorado Department of Education developed State Wide Assistive, Augmentative, Alternative Communication (SWAAAC) Teams. These teams are designed to assist students with disabilities in public schools with their academic pursuits. Local Level - The BVSD Assistive Tech. Team (formerly known as the BVSD SWAAAC Team) is comprised of an occupational therapist, speech language therapist, and special education teacher. We are available to visit schools to talk with teachers and parents about students in special education programs. We offer ideas, both low and high tech., to help students with the learning process. We assist with computer and environmental access, alternative communication, and specialized software for students from those with learning disabilities to those with significant cognitive and/or physical disabilities. We will lend tools from our library to specific students for an evaluation period (or longer if needed) or set up trial periods with various manufacturers. If a tool is found academically helpful, sources of funding will be pursued.

12. BW Online | February 28, 2001 | A Fairy Godfather For People With Cognitive Disa
research being done in cognitive science and the use of computerbased technologiesto newer, smarter, smaller, less-expensive assistive tech products will
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FEBRUARY 28, 2001
By John M. Williams
A Fairy Godfather for People with Cognitive Disabilities BEA Systems' CEO Bill Coleman has donated $250 million to create an institute devoted to improving their lives
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E-Mail This Story Find More Stories Like This Knocking on Baghdad's Door War, the Fourth Generation Tracking Saddam's Billions "From Desert Storm to Desert Swarm" ... More Headlines Bill Coleman has a vision. He sees a world where people with Down's syndrome can enter the workforce with the help of slimmed-down Palm handhelds designed to help them remember sequential tasks. He foresees voice-recognition systems so sophisticated single words or even sounds can be used to set off complicated computer commands. He dreams of a world where people with cognitive disabilities have access to the best technology to improve their lives.

13. MathType 5.0 Provides Options For Students, Teachers And Professionals
and templates to assist computer users. products developed by Design science, visittheir assistive tech Educational Consulting 2265 MacIntyre Place Kamloops
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MathType 5.0 Provides Options for Students, Teachers and Professionals
by Janet Hopkins. May 4, 2002
I’m not a math scholar so don’t expect me to explain what all the complicated symbols mean in those senior high and college math textbooks. I’m quite prepared to leave the job of teaching and deciphering the esoteric language of complex equations to the people with the training and aptitude for the subject. However, as an educator, I fully appreciate the potential learning benefits and opportunities that can be created when course content is married to the expansive powers of technology, especially the World Wide Web. Countless educators have discovered that computer technology can add new dimensions to how and where learning occurs. Web-based core and supplementary course materials are widely utilized by educators and students to extend the learning process beyond the walls of the classroom.
MathType 5.0 software, developed by Design Science, is a product that enables educators and other professionals to produce sophisticated mathematical and scientific documents in electronic form. In addition to this capability, MathType 5.0 is a valuable tool to assist students and others with disabilities compose math and science expressions through computer access technologies.
Design Science Products Provide Solutions
The standard Windows math authoring software, Equation Editor, is bundled with Microsoft Office software. This program, also developed by Design Science, has been licensed to Microsoft and Corel. Equation Editor is not automatically installed when the MS Office setup is run and must be installed manually as it is not part of the default installation process.

14. Computer Science Details
assistive technology) (University of Southern Mississippi (Mississippi, USA)). •,Students with Learning Disabilities Theories, Con (Virginia tech (Virginia

15. Registry For People Interested In Computers And Autism
Christine Knippenberg, OTR,, occupational therapist,assistive tech autism, 10/01., teacher PhD in computer science,
Registry for People Interested in Computers and Autism
The purpose of this registry is to provide a way for people who are working with autistic children who love computers to find each other. To add/delete/modify your entry to the registry, please send email to with ALL the information listed below. Contact Person Email Connection Date of Data Entry Beverly Appel appelb@telusplanet.ent Educ. Assistive Tech Specialist Mary Baker son, age 6 Catherine Bolton son, age 11 Pam Byrne son, age 6 Amy C. son Asperger's, age 20; parapro w/ 1st gr. autistic; working on master's in SPED/Autism Linda Christianson daughter, age 15 Barbara Delsack James L. Edgar Jr. son, age 5 Sue Edwards Computing student with son with AS, aged 18 Simon Evans Educational Consultant (Multimedia and Learning Disabilities) David Fettes

16. ThinkQuest Library Of Entries
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17. Browse Teaching Through Technology By Technology Used
Production in Speech/English, language arts, teched, video Information ProcessingBusiness Education, business, computer science, Bonduel, 3. assistive technology.
TTT Home Elementary Middle High ... Forum Teaching Through Technology
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Click on a project description to learn from teachers who are integrating these technology tools into their teaching: Applications Assistive Technology Calculator Desktop Publishing ... Video Applications Software Teacher Gr. Description of Project Subject District Program Debby Prunty, Dr. Harriet Rogers K-6 Elementary Keyboarding language arts, keyboarding Oconomowoc Marie Cynor Interdisciplinary Units: Whale Project interdisciplinary, science, social studies Flambeau Sue Calabresa Storylords language arts Berlin Bonnie Dompke St. Leo Printing Company interdisciplinary, language arts, social studies St Leo Catholic Urban Academy Betty Joan Blanik Artistic Expression with Kai's SuperGoo art Gibraltar Schools Paul Skarda interdisciplinary, math, language arts Bear Creek Jeff Lucas Databases, Spreadsheets and More math, science Neenah Martha MacWilliams, Phyllis Schicker CNN Weather Project science, LMC Fort Atkinson Steve Rosenberg HyperStudio Biographies language arts Fond du Lac Jim Hohman, Rita Wiegenstein

18. High School Projects: Teaching Through Technology Integrating Technology Into Th
Disabilities Program, special education, assistive technology, television Swerman,812, High tech Music, music E-mail Mentoring, science, math, computer science, E-mail
TTT Home Elementary Middle High ... Forum Teaching Through Technology
High School Projects Click on the project description to learn from these teachers who are integrating technology into their curriculum: Teacher Gr. Description of Project Subject Area Technology Applications District Program Patty Bollman, Bridgitte Johnson Learning Disabilities Program special education assistive technology, television, applications software Lomira Bix Swerman High Tech Music music, art electronic keyboard, multimedia, digital camera La Crosse Ed Busby The Electronic Model Congress social studies Internet, e-mail, applications software Park Falls Kelly Cook, Donovan Williams E-mail Mentoring science, math, computer science E-mail, Internet Madison Laurence Zibell Multimedia Software Development computer science multimedia Green Bay Patrick Kelley Alpha Technology Center tech-ed, art, music video, multimedia, applications software, Internet Athens Greg Quam, Chuck Smet

19. Subject Areas
Subject Areas. Home Training Curriculum Links Web Resources assistive tech. science.Social Studies. Health. Foreign Languages. Business and computer Education.
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Authors Brian Jacques William Shakespeare Poe Site The Author Page ... Classic Bookshelf Research Using Primary Sources - UC Berkeley Using Primary Sources in the Classroom - Library of Congress How to use Primary Sources - New Jersey Historical Society The Big 6 Using Primary Sources on the Internet To Teach and Learn History - ERIC article Literature Young Adult Literature Children's Literature Web Guide American Literature CyberGuides - Language Arts (K-12) Resources and Lesson Plans IPL Kidspace NEA: Read Across America Education World: Lesson Center Teachers.Net Lesson Exchange - Literature ... Teachers.Net Lesson Exchange - Reading Grammar and Writing Guide to Grammar and Writing Vocabulary University MidLink Magazine The mission of MidLink Magazine is to highlight exemplary work from the most creative classrooms around the globe Tools Connected Thesaurus (New!)

20. Health Science - Business Relationships - Speech Generating Devices, Assistive T
and new products for 2002/2003 tech II 8 and tech II 32 site demo of portable, wearable, carry it in a back pack , windows computer. assistive technology, Inc

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Enkidu Research, Inc. Portable Impact Dynamic Display AAC Devices Several years ago this company introduced innovative AAC products on three dynamic touch screen platforms using Portable Impact software that it developed after years of research. PalmTop, HandHeld and Tablet have continued to become even better AAC devices following feedback from users and speech therapists throughout the country. Enkidu took these suggestions about its products seriously enough to publish modified software editions ... we're now up to Portable Impact Version 3.1.0. Enkidu has now added new hardware solutions, as well. New for 2003:
Palmtop - includes protective body armor casing with higher quality speaker. Options include Vocab PC and Velocity.
Handheld - telephone adapter option.
Tablet - options include Wordpower and Velocity.
Tablet XL - a larger version of Tablet, but with touch screen sensitive to fleshy part of finger.
eTalk Portable Impact - a collaborative development with Great Talking Box Company. Uses the eTalk device running Portable impact software.

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