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    Effective Devices

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    Effective Devices There is a description of the family who migrated from Vietnam to the US, and they are having a language problem inside of family in the essay, “Language Use in Family and in Society,” from the English textbook, Constructing Others, Constructing Ourselves. (Lee Thomas, Linh Cao 61 -71). The parents cannot speak English although the children are comfortable with speaking English. As a result, the parents and children cannot communicate appropriately in various situations, and

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    Ventricular Assist Devices The Jarvik 2000 is a vast improvement in artificial hearts since its predecessor the Jarvik-7. The Jarvik 2000 is a ventricular assist device. Ventricular Assist Devices (VAD) are a less invasive alternative to an artificial heart transplant. They are intended to assist the heart in pumping blood, not to replace the heart. These devices are implanted into the body and pump blood through the aorta thus, relieving the weakened ventricle of its normal workload. It

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    Assistive Listening Devices

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    Assistive Listening Devices Several assistive listening devices can improve the communication ability of deaf children. According to IDEA, every child with a disability is entitled to have access to assistive technology (California Department of Education, 2004). The California Department of Education (2004) outlines IDEA’s definition of an assistive technology device. It explains that this device consists of “any item, piece of equipment or product system…that is used to increase, maintain

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    Audio Digital Devices

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    for the firms competing in the market of such devices. In order to effectively analyze the industry it is useful to first provide a brief overview of the evolution of the technology of portable audio players. In 1964 the first portable audio device was introduced in the market, the 8 track cartridge stereo. The four most important features of this device from the perspective of the customer and thus relevant for S-curve analysis were size of the device, storage capacity, audio quality and ease of

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    Backup Devices and Strategies Table of Contents Introduction ………………………………………………………………………………..3 Removable Storage ……………………………………………………….…….. 3 Capacity ………………………………………………………………….. 3 Media Cost ……………………………………………………………….. 3 Storage Media Chart..……………………………………………..……..4 Tape Base Systems …………….………………………………………….……..4 Magnetic-Optical Systems ………………….……………………………………5 MO Picture….……….…………………………………………………….5 Network Storage……………………………………………………………………6 Backup Software ………………

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    Communication Devices

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    Recently, while enjoying a sunny afternoon with some friends, a few baby boomers I know were relating some experiences that seem quite pertinent to the subject of how communication is or will change. Young Aaron, the son of a guest, was at a loss when told to call home. It seems our young guest had never had to use a rotary telephone. Confronted with this icon of past technology, Aaron went away with a new experience to relate. Another guest, upon hearing of Aaron's plight, related a similar experience

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    Augmented Communication Devices

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    Augmented Communication Devices Verbal communication is the prime factor that distinguishes from all other species. It is our innate ability to verbalize with the world who we are and where we stand in society. Unfortunately verbal communication is extremely difficult for those people with disabilities, specifically those that suffer with speech production. With continual advances in augmentative technology, highly specialized communication devices make it possible for disabled people to carry

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    Input Devices

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    Input Devices Input devices are used all around the world on a daily basis and affect our lives more than many people realize. They are classified as any machine that is used to enter data into a computer. One of the most common types of input devices was used to type this paper, a keyboard. There is so much more to this common device then you notice at first glance. Another input device that consumes much of our world is the modern day smartphone. There are very few people around that do not have

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    and describe how those devices could support a student with a disability in the classroom. Assistive technology is used to improve functional capabilities for an individual. With that being said there is a wide range of different technologies that could be used to assist an individual. Examples of AT found on (Page 1: Assistive Technology Devices) consist of brail books, book scanners, magnifiers, grabbers, pencil grips, and highlighters. It is obvious that the range of devices vary in helping a variety

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    mobile devices

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    The growing use and popularity of mobile phones and other hand-held communication devices has contributed to the text and instant messaging phenomenon that is quickly replacing voice calls and face-to-face conversations. Prinz et al (2001: 119) note the significant reduction in the amount of phone calls made even on special occasions like Christmas and other holidays. Although mobile communicating devices have made cross-country and intercontinental communication cheap, quick, and convenient they

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