Adoption of assistive technology for computer access among college students with disabilities.

@article{Goodman2002AdoptionOA,
  title={Adoption of assistive technology for computer access among college students with disabilities.},
  author={Glenn Goodman and Drew Tiene and Pamela Luft},
  journal={Disability and rehabilitation},
  year={2002},
  volume={24 1-3},
  pages={80-92}
}
PURPOSE Fourteen college students with disabilities identified factors that influenced them to adopt or reject Assistive Technology (AT) for the personal computer in order to assess the effectiveness of a college course on adapted computer use. METHOD Forty-eight items were developed for a Q sort to represent both positive and negative statements in each of the three areas of Scherer's' model (milieu, person and technology). The model was modified to include specific statements about the… CONTINUE READING

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