Assistive Technology Supports for Self Determination and Community Inclusion

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James R. Skouge

Keywords

assistive technology, digital storytelling, creative problem solving

Abstract

A description of media techniques that “give voice” to people with disabilities to engage in assistive technology problem solving, including video collages, interviews, walk-abouts and “how to” demonstrations.  Ethical considerations related to publication and dissemination are addressed.

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