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Recent Developments in C-Print Michael Stinson and Pamela Francis NTID Center on Access Technology Rochester Institute of Technology Annual Conference.

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1 Recent Developments in C-Print Michael Stinson and Pamela Francis NTID Center on Access Technology Rochester Institute of Technology Annual Conference of Educational Support Service Personnel (ESSP) May 5, 2012 Rochester, New York

2 Setting the Context

3 What is C-Print? A support service option for access and communication The text display provides communication access for individuals who cannot hear (or individuals who process auditory information indirectly) Can be used by itself or with another accommodation Provides access to information during class and notes afterward

4 What is C-Print?

5 Students Who Benefit from C-Print Support services need to be matched to needs and preferences of students. Deaf students or deaf/blind students Students grades 5-college (need grade 4 reading ability or above) Hard of hearing students; limited ASL skills; anyone who needs to see a text version of class Students with learning or other disabilities English language learners (ELL)

6 Student Using C-Print Mobile on a Field Trip

7 Student Using C-Print Mobile in Biology Lab

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9 C-Print Mobile Video

10 C-Print Mobile Devices for Displaying Captions


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