Colloquium is a weekly opportunity for the Penn State AAC community to discuss a broad range of topics including research updates, clinical case profiles, and areas of special interest.
“In the case of forecasting the future of AAC systems and services, the largest risk is not that predictions do not come true, but that the science and the application do not advance.”
Many thanks to Chris Klein for taking the time to speak with the graduate level course on Family Centered and Consumer Responsive AAC Services on October 26, 2016.
Students who major in Special Education at PSU participate in Dr. McNaughton’s SPLED 418 course on assistive technology, including AAC.
This ASHA 2016 poster reviewed recent advances in the field of augmented reality present a new opportunity for AAC systems that are more contextually integrated, relevant and cognitively salient.
This poster session at ASHA 2016 examined the visual-cognitive processing demands of using an ABC and QWERTY onscreen keyboard by individuals with and without TBI.