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Furthermore, there was no significant difference in mean scores of public (M = 8.17, SD = 4.579) and private (M = 6.18, SD = 2.531) libraries for the component of use of adaptive technology for special children t (21) = 1.334, p = .179.
The computers and software at the Adaptive Technology Center intrigued her, from the magnifier enlarging text for low-vision students to the voice recognition software.
Those people with computers, technological skills, and adaptive technology want their books delivered directly to them electronically over the Internet.
Academic research has validated productivity gains of more than 30 percent for companies that deploy adaptive technology, often increasing to many times that number depending on the size of the company (larger companies tend to have a history of fewer poor "gut infrastructure decisions") and how much time has passed since the company's last upgrade.
(2004) maintain that "air conditioning may not really be an appropriate 'fix' for adapting to climate change." Air conditioning is clearly a vital adaptive technology that has saved countless lives.
The grant program was established in 1986 through the "Higher Education Services for Visually Impaired, Auditorily Impaired, and Learning Disabled Students Act." There are currently five centers serving students with learning disabilities, two centers for deaf and hard of hearing students, and one adaptive technology center which services all special needs students identified by the Act.
Exhibit stands will offer adaptive technology to bikers and discussion forums will be providing guidance and advice from experienced amputees.
To make the services offered at Huron Employment Resource Centre (HERC) accessible to individuals with a range of disabilities by purchasing adaptive technology to apply to the HERC Computer.
To help employers understand the changes within the DDA and avoid the risk of possible legal action, RNIB Cymru has developed Data (Disability and Adaptive Technology Awareness).
As a key element supporting the goals of the DoD's business management modernization program (BMMP)--to establish common enterprise architecture requirements for all DoD IT systems in the acquisition, logistics, and financial management arenas--SPS features adaptive technology that allows DoD to cull data from logistics, financial management, and other related business systems to boost business intelligence.
The [X.sup.3]'s superior linear array produces crystal clear images, thanks to the 16-bit adaptive technology. There are also different sensor options providing the right sensitivity match for specific applications, ranging in size from 0.25 to 0.8mm.
The reader will come away with an understanding of the myriad adaptive technology aids that exist to level the playing field for people with disabilities.

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