Augmentative, Alternative, and Assistive: Reimagining the History of Mobile Computing and Disability
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Augmentative, Alternative, and Assistive: Reimagining the History of Mobile Computing and Disability

Augmentative, Alternative, and Assistive: Reimagining the History of Mobile Computing and Disability

Meryl Alper, University of Southern California

Electronic communication support tools for nonspeaking people and mobile computing have always been closely connected, each providing requirements and inspiration to drive advancement.

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