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The practical use of microcomputers in rehabilitation. Bull. Prosthetics Res. 19, 1 (1982). 3. Cohen V. , Criteria for the evaluation of microcomputer courseware. Educ. Technol. p. 9 (Jan. 1983). 4. Steffin S. , A suggested model for establishing the validity of computer-assisted instructional materials. Educ. Technol. pp. 20-22 (Jan. 1983). 5. Steinberg E. , Reviewing the instructional effectiveness of computer courseware. Educ. Technol. pp. 17-19 (Jan. 1983). 6. Hannaford A. , Microcomputer software for the handicapped; development and evaluation.
This is especially true in the case of braille transcription systems. Information retrieval systems—Gaining access to current affairs and reference material is a considerable problem for those unable to cope with small poor quality newsprint. Storing such information in a manner enabling it to be down-loaded to a microcomputer opens up exciting possibilities for both the totally blind and those with limited residual vision. Software enabling the user to down-load " p a g e s " and output them on a large character screen, in synthetic speech, in hardcopy or in soft braille, is now at an advanced state of development.
The development of software for use in educational settings by both non-disabled and disabled students is an achievable goal. The design of these programs should be carried out in consultation with special education teachers and therapists concerned with the provision of services for the disabled, since as Stallard observed, many experts in technology do not always understand the needs of teachers and special children . THE SAMMY SERIES The Sammy Series is an example of software being developed for the commençai market in response to the perceived need for educational programs which complement the school curriculum and are accessible to non-disabled and moderately disabled students.
Advances in Computer Assisted Learning. Selected Proceedings from the CAL 85 Symposium by P. R. Smith