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Clinical computing competency for speech-language pathologists 1 edition

Clinical computing competency for speech-language pathologists
Paula S Cochran

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Clinical computing competency for speech-language pathologists
by Paula S. Cochran ; with contributions by Christine L. Appert

Published 2005 by P.H. Brookes Pub. in Baltimore .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Clinical computing competency versus computer literacy
Ten recommended clinical computing competencies
Getting started: principles for integrating computers into intervention
Introduction to using a computer as an instructor
Using computer-assisted instruction (CAI) with children
Using computer-assisted instruction (CAI) with adults
Introduction to using a computer as a context for conversation
Using a computer as a context for conversation with young children
Using a computer as a context for conversation with school-age children
Using a computer as a context to facilitate literacy
Using a computer as a context to facilitate advanced language and literacy skills
Using a computer as a context for conversation with adolescents and adults
Selecting software for use in speech and language intervention
Understanding software licensing
Introduction to using computers to generate therapy materials
Using utilities and templates to generate therapy materials
Creating and using digital resource libraries: pictures, clip art, and photographs
Multimedia explorations: resource editors
Using authoring tools to develop computer-based therapy materials
Understanding copyright laws
Introduction to using a computer as a feedback device
Computer-based analysis and feedback for voice
Computer-based feedback for speech sounds
Computer-based feedback for fluency, resonance, and swallowing
Human perceptions versus computer-based feedback
Introduction to telepractice and using the Internet in clinical practice
Choosing and using a hand-held computer or personal digital assistant (PDA)
How clinicians use hand-held computers and PDAs
How clients use hand-held computers and PDAs
Introduction to using a computer as a diagnostic tool
Using a computer to assist with language sample analysis: transcription and coding
Using a computer to assist with language sample analysis: analysis and interpretation
Using a computer to assist with speech sample analysis
Using a computer to assist with test administration and scoring
Using computer-assisted test interpretation
Introduction to adapted access to computers / with Christine L. Appert
Federal legislation and public policy related to assistive technology / with Christine L. Appert
Standard computer access options / with Christine L. Appert
Speech recognition / with Christine L. Appert
How to adapt computer access / with Christine L. Appert
Choosing assistive technology and making it work: a team approach / with Christine L. Appert
Funding assistive technology / with Christine L. Appert
Barriers to adoption of assistive technology / with Christine L. Appert

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 421-435) and index

Classifications

Library of Congress
RC423 .C576 2005

The Physical Object

Pagination
xx, 454 p. :
Number of pages
454

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL17144935M
ISBN 10
1557666857
LC Control Number
2004022711
Goodreads
2304641

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