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Overview - Assisting individuals with Down Syndrome to access information technology - An overview
Provides an overview of issues relating to the use of information technology by people with Down syndrome. (2 x copies in stock)
This publication provides an overview of issues relating to the use of information technology by people with Down syndrome. It aims to provide a general introduction to these issues for parents, teachers and employers. Accessibility issues are discussed and practical strategies for adapting standard equipment and software are listed. Potential benefits of computer assisted learning applications are summarised. Finally, some of the resources related to Down syndrome that are available via the internet are discussed.
NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.
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