Graduate Project Title
An Instructional Manual for Implementation of Voice Recognition (VR) in Written Communication
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
David J. Majsterek
Second Committee Member
Debra J. Prigge
Third Committee Member
This project investigated the use of voice recognition for written communication. The literature review revealed a lack of research in using voice recognition with individuals with disabilities. An instructional manual consisting of a step-by-step process to guide students through the general training process and teaching students the additional features of the program to promote independent use of Dragon Naturally Speaking Version 5 for written communication. Field tests were completed with 3 students, two with physical disabilities and one with a learning disability.
Odagiri, Lori, "An Instructional Manual for Implementation of Voice Recognition (VR) in Written Communication" (2002). All Graduate Projects. 779.
Communication Sciences and Disorders Commons, Disability and Equity in Education Commons, Educational Technology Commons, Special Education and Teaching Commons