Using Computers in Speech/Language Therapy
Show Notes for Podcast #1:

COMPUTER LITERACY vs. CLINICAL COMPUTING COMPETENCY

INTRO MUSIC AND VOICE OVER

  • Welcome: comments and suggestions e-mail me at: paula@truman.edu
  • How is computer literacy different from clinical computing competency?
  • Over the years, how has the profession considered what clinicians should know about computers?
  • Clinical example: literacy vs. competence
  • What do clinicians say they need to know more about?

TRANSITION MUSIC

  • Summary of this podcast

CLOSING MUSIC and VOICEOVER


Resources for Further Study:

Cochran, P. S. (2005). Clinical computing competency for speech-language pathologists. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing.
Cochran, P. S., & Masterson, J. M. (1995). NOT using a computer in language assessment / intervention: In defense of the reluctant clinician. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 26 (3, 213-222.
Council for Exceptional Children (2002). New report calls for reform of teacher preparation programs, CEC TODAY, 9 (2), 7.
Masterson, J.J. (1995). Computer applications in the schools: What we can do – what we should do. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. 26 (3), 211-212.
Masterson, J.J. (1999). Preface: Technological advances for speech-language interventions. Seminars in Speech and Language, 20 (3), 201-202.
McRay, L. B., & Fitch, J. L. (1996). A survey of computer use by public school speech-language pathologists. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 27(1), 40-47.
 

 
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