Development, Programming, and Concealment of Private Messages in AAC SystemsBy Sweeney, Lynn A. Central Michigan University Kushler, Clifford A. Prentke-Romich Company; Proceedings of the RESNA '94 Annual Conference, Vol. 14
(Pages: 109-111) Publication Date: 1994
This paper discusses issues in programming messages of a personal, private, or sensitive nature for users of alternative and augmentative communication systems (AAC), recognizing that the nature of the disabilities involved often make it impossible for users to program such messages themselves. The presentation considers what types of messages might fall into these categories, the importance of such messages, the role of the message programmer, and what strategies might be implemented in order to protect privacy.
Published by: Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) (Website:http://www.resna.org)
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