Today I was delighted to present with David Niemeijer from AssistiveWare on this topic on the first day of the AGOSCI National Conference.  As promised during the presentation, the handout can be accessed here.  For those of you who can’t be at the conference – check out lots of great information on Twitter using the hashtag #AGOSCI2015.

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