Publications 2007

2007 Publications

Edyburn, D. L. (2007). Understanding the future of special education technology. Journal of Special Education Technology, 22(1), 62-63. 

Edyburn, D. L. (2007). Technology enhanced reading performance: Defining a research agenda. Reading Research Quarterly42(1), 146-152. 

Fennema-Jansen, S., Edyburn, D.L., Smith, R.O., Wilson, S., & Binion, M. (2007). The Assistive Technology Infusion Project (ATIP): Development of a statewide system for providing needed assistive technology for K-12 students and assessing its outcomes. Journal of Special Education Technology, 22(1). 

Johnson, R. J., Gratz, E., Rust, K. L., & Smith, R. O. (2007). ATOMS Project technical report – Multiattribute Utility Theory: Summarizing a methodology and an evolving instrument for AT outcomes, from

Schwanke, T., Brondino, M. J., Smith, R. O., & Edyburn, K. (2007). Web-based dynamic graphing of RSA-911 rehabilitation technology data. Proceedings of the RESNA 30th International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy. 

Smith, R. O., Rust, K. L., & Siegler, S. (2007). Assistive technology devices and universal design assessments: Theoretical relationships and implications on measurement. In J. M. Winters and M. F. Story (Eds.), MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION Accessibility and Usability Considerations  (pp. 119-130). Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Smith, R. O., Barnekow, K., Lemke, M. R., Mendonca, R., Winter, M., Schwanke, T., & Winters, J. M. (2007). Development of the MED-AUDIT (Medical Equipment Device-Accessibility and Universal Design Tool). In J. M. Winters and M. F. Story (Eds.), MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION Accessibility and Usability Considerations (pp. 283-296). Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Swain, C., & Edyburn, D. L. (2007). Social justice: Choice or necessity? Learning and Leading with Technology, 32(6), 14-18.