Presentations 2005

Presentations

Brayton, A., Joerger, T., Rust, K., & Smith, R. O. (2005, June 26). The dissistive nature of multi-focal lenses: Mandate for investigation and future R&D. Presented at the RESNA 28th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Atlanta, GA. https://www.resna.org/sites/default/files/legacy/conference/proceedings/2005/Research/OUT/Brayton.html 

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, November 10). Special education technology research: What have we learned lately? Paper presented at the 28th Annual Teacher Education Division Conference, Portland, ME.

Edyburn, D., Fennema-Jansen, S., Hariharan, P., & Binion, M. (2005, October 21). Assistive technology outcomes measurement in the schools: Lessons learned and positive outcomes of the Ohio Assistive Technology Infusion Project. Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Closing the Gap Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, October 20). Special education technology research: What have we learned lately? Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Closing the Gap Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, May 3). Enhancing student achievement: Assistive technology, instructional technology, and universal design strategies. Paper presented at the Annual WISCNET Conference, Madison, WI.

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, April 14). What do we know about special education technology research and practice? What do we need to know? Keynote presentation at ACRET Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, April 14). Assistive technology and students with mild disabilities. Paper presented at the ACRET Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, April 4). Reading, writing, and assistive technology. Paper presented at the Annual Council for Exceptional Children Convention and Expo, Baltimore, MD.

Edyburn, D. L.(2005, March 11). Measuring the outcomes of assistive technology. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Connecticut Assistive Technology Conference, Cromwell, CT.

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, March 11). What does the research say? Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Connecticut Assistive Technology Conference, Cromwell, CT.

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, March 11). The role of assistive technology in closing the achievement gap. Keynote address at the 3rd annual Connecticut Assistive Technology Conference, Cromwell, CT.

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, March 10). The role of assistive technology in closing the achievement gap. Preconference workshop at the 3rd Annual Connecticut Assistive Technology Conference, Cromwell, CT.

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, January 20). What does the research say: Locating and interpreting special education technology research. Presentation at the 6th Annual Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference, Orlando, FL.

Edyburn, D. L. (2005, January 20). Evidence-based research: Short and long term implications for production adoption. Presentation at the 6th Annual Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference, Orlando, FL.

Fennema-Jansen, S., Smith, R. O., Edyburn, D. L., & Binion, M. (2005, June 26). Isolating the contribution of assistive technology to school progress. Presented at the RESNA 28th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Atlanta, GA.

Harris, F. & Sprigle, S. (2005, June 26). Cost analysis of an AT service delivery program. Presented at the RESNA 28th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Atlanta, GA.

Johnson, M., Smith, R. O., Walton, T., Wisneski, K., & Rust, K. L. (2005, June 26). Clinical implications of learned non-use for robotic therapy environments. Presented at the RESNA 28th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Atlanta, GA.

Johnson, M., Wisneski, K., Minakata, K., Hermsen, A., Smith, R. O., Walton, T., Hingtgen, B., McGuire, J., & Harris, G.  (2005, June 28). Kinematic implications of learned non-use for robotic therapy.  Presented at the IEEE 9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics: Frontiers of the Human-Machine Interface, Chicago, IL. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/1501054 

Mendonca, R. & Smith, R. O. (2005, April 22). Assessing the usability and reliability of MED-AUDIT. Presented at the 29th Annual Great Lakes Biomedical Conference, Biomedical Informatics: Applications, Achievements, and Frontiers: The Milwaukee Chapter of IEEE EMBS, Racine, WI.

Noll, A. (2005, June 25). Vocational rehabilitation counselors and assistive technology. Presented at the RESNA 28th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Atlanta, GA.

Pizur-Barnekow, K., Lemke, M. R., Smith, R. O., Winter, M., & Mendonca, R. (2005, June 26). Measuring accessibility and universal design of medical devices: The Medical Equipment Device—Accessibility and Universal Design Information Tool (MED-AUDIT). Presented at the RESNA 28th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Atlanta, GA.

Rust, K. L. & Smith, R. O. (2005, June 23). Small N research designs to document your AT outcomes.  Instructional course presented at the RESNA 28th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy.

Schwanke, T. D., Trinh, H. Q., & Smith, R. O. (2005, September 15). The ATOMS Project – AT Outcomes Studies from the Vocational Model. Concurrent session presentation at Workplace Accommodations: State of the Science Conference, Atlanta.

Smith, R. O., Pizur-Barnekow, K., & Rust, K. L. (2005, June 22). Missing in action: Products and technology for medical services. Presented at the 11th Annual NACC Conference on ICF:  Mapping the Clinical World to ICF, Rochester, MN.

Smith, R. O. & Rust, K. L. (2005, June 22). Matching assistive technology interventions to the ICF. Presented at the 11th Annual NACC Conference on ICF:  Mapping the Clinical World to ICF, Rochester, MN.

Thesis/Dissertation Research Projects

Fennema-Jansen, S. A. (2005). An analysis of assistive technology outcomes in Ohio schools: Special education students’ access to and participation in general education and isolating the contribution of assistive technology. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Available through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Library.

Lauer, A. (2005), Measuring positive and negative factors of device discontinuance.
Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Available through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Library.

Lenker, J. A. (2005). Functional and psychosocial impact of computer-based assistive technology devices for adults with disabilities. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Buffalo, NY.

Mendonca, R. (2005). Assessing the Usability of MED-AUDIT (Medical Equipment Device – Accessibility and Universal Design Information Tool). Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Available through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Library.