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|Additional Physical Format:||(DLC) 2003051877|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Marcia J Scherer
|Description:||1 online resource (xiv, 299 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||The fundamental sense of connectedness --
II: Learner characteristics and preferences --
The effects of loss of hearing or vision on the learner and learning --
The personal meaning of hearing or vision loss --
III: Environments for learning --
The move from separate to inclusive education --
Contrasting inclusive with exclusive education --
Technology made inclusive education possible --
IV: Technologies for access to information and for instructional delivery --
Computers: mixing assistive, information, and access technologies --
Desirable and less desirable effects of educational technologies --
Getting going on learning --
V: Matching learners with the most appropriate technologies and strategies for their use --
Individual learner preferences and needs --
The matching person and technology model --
VI: Connecting to learn --
Bringing it all together for the individual user.
|Responsibility:||Marcia J. Scherer.|
- People with disabilities -- Education -- United States.
- People with disabilities -- United States -- Computer-assisted instruction.
- Self-help devices for people with disabilities -- United States.
- Assistive listening systems -- United States.
- Disabled Persons -- education.
- United States.