Presentations 2002

Presentations

Edyburn, D. L. (2002, June 30). AT outcomes and students with mild disabilities: Policy initiatives. Presented at the RESNA 25th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Minneapolis, MN.

Edyburn, D. L., Smith, R. O., & Schwanke, T. D. (2002, July 1). An assistive technology outcomes primer. Presented at the RESNA 25th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Minneapolis, MN.

Edyburn, D. L., & Fonner, K. F. (2002, October 17). The ATOMS Project: Measuring assistive technology outcomes.  Presented at the 20th Annual Closing the Gap Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Heier, S. J., & Smith, R. O. (2002, June 30). A comparison of assistive technology expertise across urban, suburban and rural Wisconsin districts. Presented at the RESNA 25th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Minneapolis, MN.

Schwanke, T. D., Smith, R. O., & Edyburn, D. L. (2002, July 1). Project IMPACT post- secondary accessibility discoveries. Presented at the RESNA 25th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Minneapolis, MN.

Sindhu, B. (2002, March 7). The impact of providing design information to help make websites more accessible: An investigation of the consequential validity of the WebAUDIT.  Presented at the 16th Annual Occupational Therapy Midwest Deans’ Research Conference, Creighton University, Omaha, NE.

Sindhu, B., Smith, R. O., & Schwanke, T. D. (2002, June 30). Measuring consequential validity of an assessment instrument using human judgment. Presented at the RESNA 25th International Conference on Technology & Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Practice, Minneapolis, MN.

Smith, R. O. (2002, October). October 2002 ATOMS Project update.  Presented at the Assistive Technology Outcome Measurement: Where are We Now and Where Are We Headed? Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Smith, R. O., Edyburn, D. L., & Schwanke, T. D. (2002, July 1). The ATOMS Project: Assessing needs to develop next generation assistive technology outcomes measures. Presented at the RESNA 25th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Minneapolis, MN.

Smith, R. O., Edyburn, D. L., Schwanke, T. D., DeRuyter, F., Jutai, J., Scherer, M., & Andrich, R. (2002, July 1). Assistive technology outcomes: What does it mean to me? Presented at the RESNA 25th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Minneapolis, MN.

Smith, R. O. (2002, June 30). Assistive technology outcome assessment prototype measuring “ingo” variables of “outcomes”. Presented at the RESNA 25th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Minneapolis, MN.

Smith, R. O. (2002, May). The ATOMS Project (Assistive Technology Outcomes Measurement System). Presented at the AOTF Colloquium & Tea in the CORE Summit. Invited presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Miami, FL.

Smith, R. O. (2002, March). The ATOMS Project (Assistive Technology Outcomes Measurement System).  Presented at the 15th Annual Midwest Deans’ OT Research Conference, Creighton University, Omaha, NE.

Smith, R. O. (2002, March). Interval quality outcomes measurement techniques from the decision sciences. Presented at the 15th Annual Midwest Deans’ Occupational Therapy Research Conference, Creighton University, Omaha, NE.

Thesis/Dissertation Research Projects

Sindhu, B. S. (2002). Providing design information to help make websites more accessible: A preliminary investigation of the consequential validity of the WebAUDIT. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Available through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Library.

Whyte, F. (2002). Assistive technology device use inventory: The need and the development of a conceptual model. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Available through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Library.