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Benefits of using assistive technology

  1. 1. Wilfredo PortilloSpring 2013
  2. 2.  Purpose of the literature review Background Introduction Methodology Findings Discussion Conclusion
  3. 3.  The purpose of the literature review is toassess the use of assistive technology withpeople LD.
  4. 4.  What is learning disabilities? What is Assistive technology? What is a literature review?
  5. 5.  How assistive technologies contributes to thelearning process of people with learningdisability? How people with learning disability benefitsfrom assistive technology? How to make assistive technology moreavailable for people with learning disabilitiesat school, work, or at home?
  6. 6.  Learning disability Assistance Technology Benefits of assistance technology
  7. 7.  Database-specific subject headings andkeywords representing the core concepts ofAssistive Technology for learning disabilities. Studies were limited to the English language
  8. 8.  Studies were identified by searching thefollowing e-databases:1. ERIC2. Google Scholar Reference lists of relevant studies were alsoscanned
  9. 9.  Keywords Assistive Technologies (any technology tohelp students with learning disabilities) Mobile technology (for people with learningdisabilities) Learning Disabilities ( all ages) Assistive Technology (Postsecondaryeducation)
  10. 10.  140 citations were retrieved, results from all databases werecombined and duplicates removed. After scanning these articles (title and abstract) a total of 35articles were found to be related to the topic. 35 articles met the following inclusions/exclusion criteria1. Assistive technology: assessed the use of assistivetechnologyWith people with LD2. Type of interventions: any intervention using assistivetechnology
  11. 11.  A total of 35 articles were found to be closerelated my the topic Technologies Ipad apps Eric database charge for most of the articles
  12. 12.  Assistive technology Benefits for people with Learning Disability
  13. 13.  Bryant B. R., Crews S. P., (1998). The Technology – Related Assistance to Individuals with Disabilities Act: Relevance to Individuals with Learning Disabilities and Their Advocates.Journal of learning disability Vol. 31, Number 1, pag 4-15 Burgstahler S., (2012). Working together: People with Disabilities and Computer Technology Chiang Y. H., Liu Chien-Hsiou., (2011). Evolution of the Benefits of Assistive Reading Software: Perceptions of High School Students with Learning Disabilities Castillo R., Hilkey J., (2004). Assistive Technology for individuals with Learning Disabilities. AOTA Continuing Education Article Holmes A., Silvestri R., (2012). Assistive Technology Use by Students with LD in Postsecondary Education: A case of Application before Investigation? Klemes J., Epstein A., Zuker M., Grinberg N., Ilovitch T., (2006). An assistive computerized learning environment for distance learning students with learning disabilities. Vol. 21, No.1, February 2006, pp. 19–32 LoPresti F. E., Mihailidis A., Kirsch N., (2004). Assistive technology for cognitive rehabilitation: state of the art Lane P. J., Parette P. H., (2008). Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits Delivering on the D in R&D: Recommendations for Increasing Transfer Outcomes from DevelopmentProjects Merino T. M., Sameshima P., Beecher C. C., (2009). Enhancing TPACK with Assistive Technology: Promoting Inclusive Practices in Preservice Teacher Education Parette P., Bausch M., Bodine C., Edyburn D., Erickson K., Fonner K., Hasselbring T., Malouf D., Peterson-Karlan G., Smith S., Zabala J., (2006). Assistive Technology outcomes andBenefits. Vol. 3 Num. 1 Shrieber B., Seifert T., (2009). College Students with Learning Disabilities and/or ADHD Use of Handheld Computer Compared to conventional planners. Vickers Z. M., (2010). Accommodating College Students with Learning Disabilities

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