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The iconic gesture used by two-year-old children is indicative of their knowledge and communicative abilities about objects and events. In this study, this knowledge was tested by studying the gesture produced by children with multiple language exposure and children with exposure to only one...
Not Yet Earth examines the fluid boundaries between self, body and inanimate matter in the context of my own changing relationship with my body following illness. As it started to behave in ways that were damaging to me and that I had no control over, I had a visceral realisation that my body was...
Examination of Interface Designs Which Maximize Communicative Output in Disabled Children Using an Augmentative Communication Device during a Robot-Controlled Play Scenario
Examination of Interface Designs Which Maximize Communicative Output in Disabled Children Using an Augmentative Communication Device during a Robot-Controlled Play ScenarioDownload
The purpose of this study, which is part of a larger interface design study, is to expand on evidence suggesting that the use of robotic play with disabled children who have a decreased ability to play, may promote the development of their motor, cognitive and linguistic skills.
John B. Smith Archive - Periods and Themes Bundle 1 (1966-1970)
A bundle of the works of John B. Smith corresponding to the period of 1966-1970, provided by John B. Smith from his personal collection. In this period, Smith was a Ph.D. student at the University of Virginia at Chapel Hill. Over the course of this degree, Smith was introduced to programming via...
History of the University of Alberta Department of Biological Sciences.