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  • ISAAC 2014 - 372 - Eye Gaze Technology (EGT): considerations for writing and implications for interface design

    Recently some of the team presented at ISAAC in Lisbon on the subject of Eye Gaze Technology and how individuals learn to the use the equipment successfully alongside literacy development - discussing the challenges and thoughts about how the interface needs to be designed. The full details can be found below.  Short Abstract: Eyegaze technology has been revolutionary to allow numerous individuals to communicate with a level of ease and simplicity that was previously not possible. As an acc...

  • Presentations from the Network day - 24th June 2014 - Oxford

    Martin Pistorius: author of the compelling novel, Ghost Boy, gives a personal insight into his story and his experience of AAC. Martin_Pistorius-24_June_2014-An_AAC_users_perspective.pdf Anna Reeves, ACE Centre manager and member of the AAC subgroup overseeing the transition to the new AAC Commissioning arrangements gives an update on progress to date. Accessing_AAC_services-_AER_June2014.pdf What’s new in assistive technology: the latest developments in the field of assistive technology for com...

  • Presentations from the Network Day - 4th December 2013 - Oxford

    Accessing AAC Services and Equipment in the Future – An update An introduction to the day and provide an update on the latest developments in commissioning of AAC services. Anna Reeves, ACE Centre Manager Low Tech Resources An overview of low tech communication. Exploring practical ideas and helpful tips.

  • Presentations from the Network Day - 28th November 2013 - Oldham

    Anna Reeves, ACE Centre Manager providing an introduction to the day and an overview of developments in the fields of AT and AAC. The DynaVox Communication Ecosystem: An introduction to the new DynaVox Communication Ecosystem, featuring the new DynaVox Compass communication software. Euan Roberston, DynaVox Mayer-Johnson Developing Communication and Literacy through the use of AAC strategies.

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