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access technology

The methods for gaining access to a computer system or network such as dial-up modem, cable modem, DSL, satellite and wireless. See access network.
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Individuals, particularly in the educational community or those with adaptive technology, want individual access to publishers' electronic files.
According to the President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, for example, the estimated average cost for furnishing adaptive technology for an employee is less than $1,000 (Rifkin, 1991, p.
Over the last 50 years, solar PV has evolved into a mature, sustainable, and adaptive technology, which is rapidly gaining acceptance as a cost-effective and clean alternative to conventional energy sources.
5km of an enabled exchange, the new Rate Adaptive technology increases that range to 5.
In a report by the National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (1999), the importance of the availability and accessibility of technology was addressed, and adaptive technology was shown to facilitate the access of curricular materials.
Starting with the personal computer, the author describes representative peripherals successful in reducing barriers to people with disabilities in public institutions, draws on the universal mainstream technology, and tells how to mate it with adaptive technology to allow the user with disabilities to work side by side with the nondisabled user.
Perkins School for the Blind announced today its intention to acquire the assets of Adaptive Technology Consulting, Inc.
April 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today at the ASU+GSV Summit, Arizona State University (ASU), Cengage Learning and Knewton announced a partnership to co-develop new Active Adaptive learning solutions which leverage Knewton adaptive technology in brand new ways.
These progressive attitudes and considerations are the result of evidence strongly suggesting that visually impaired workers using adaptive technology can perform their duties as well as their sighted co-workers.
Our latest adaptive technology is interactive Business Activity Monitoring.
New, adaptive technology is especially important for the industry's long-term growth and sustainability.
McGraw-Hill Education's partnership with Cerego expands the company's position as a leader in delivering personalized learning experiences through adaptive technology, with the Cerego-powered experiences joining the company's two main families of adaptive products, LearnSmart and ALEKS.
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