Speaking to Write: Speech Recognition for Secondary Students with Disabilities
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|Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC)|
|A project from EDC and the Communication Enhancement Center at Children's Hospital, Boston and funded by the DOE to explore using speech recognition software/voice recognition. Researchers will develop, pilot, publish, and market integrated adaptations to leading speech recognition programs that will make them more accessible to secondary students with physical and/or learning disabilities; tools for educators and parents to help them understand and address the demands of speech recognition for secondary students; revised training protocols and materials tailored to the needs of students with disabilities; and tools for educators and parents that help them integrate speech recognition technology into instructional activities. Join spk2wrt, a discussion group on associated issues; see Spotlight on Speech Recognition with updates on new types of technology. Also links to relevant Web sites.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12)|
|Resource Types:||Mailing Lists, Link Listings, Research Centers, Editors/Typesetting|
|Math Ed Topics:||Disabled/Challenged, Technology in Math Ed, Disabled/Challenged|
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