1. UbiComp 2014: Robot-based Augmentative and Alternative Communication for Nonverbal Children with Communication Disorders

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    Authors: Kyunghea Jeon, Seok Jeong Yeon, Young Tae Kim, SeokWoo Song, John Kim

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    • How to add a personal photo to SentenceShaper

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      This video shows how to import personal photos into SentenceShaper. You can then add your own recorded speech, using SentenceShaper to make it as well-formed and complete as possible, and then turn it into a video that you can email, post on the Internet, or transfer to an iPad or other tablet. See the website (www.SentenceShaper.com) for more information about the program and the research behind it.

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      • Word-finding help in SentenceShaper

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        This video shows the program's two word-finding tools: the Vocabulary Cue Buttons along the sides of the screen; and the WordFinder, where words are groiuped into syntactic and semantic categories. See the website (www.SentenceShaper.com) for more information about the program and the research behind it.

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        • How to Create Speech with SentenceShaper

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          Demonstrates the use of SentenceShaper, an assistive and treatment tool for people with language problems. You record short snippets of speech in your own voice, then combine them into sentences and messages by arranging icons on the screen. The program supports language production by helping you to keep the parts of your sentence in memory, and by allowing you to play back and revise your speech. Other videos describe SentenceShaper's word-finding tools, built-in workbooks, integration with text, and ability to turn your speech and pictures into videos. See the website (www.SentenceShaper.com) for more information about the program and the research behind it.

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          • Find the Letters for iPad Trailer – EdNinja

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            Available in the App Store exclusively for the iPad http://bit.ly/xULONs Find the Letters is a fun educational tool designed by special education teachers, therapists & educators. 40 fun and engaging exercises. Highly recommended for children with dyslexia. Check out other apps at www.edninja.com

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            • Amy Goldman of ASHA at ATIA Chicago 2010

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              Amy Goldman, of ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) and Associate Director of the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University discusses ASHA's affiliation with ATIA (Assisitive Technology Industry Association) at the ATIA 2010 Chicago Conference.

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