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ISAAC free online collection

Enjoy free access to articles selected by the Editors of Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Official journal of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC)

Eye Tracking Research to Answer Questions about Augmentative and Alternative Communication Assessment and InterventionKrista M. Wilkinson & Teresa Mitchell
Effects of Communication Partner Instruction on the Communication of Individuals using AAC: A Meta-AnalysisJennifer Kent-Walsh, Kimberly A. Murza, Melissa D. Malani & Cathy Binger
Designing AAC Systems for Children with Autism: Evidence from Eye Tracking ResearchKarri Gillespie-Smith & Sue Fletcher-Watson
The Potential Influence of Stimulus Overselectivity in AAC: Information from Eye Tracking and Behavioral Studies of Attention with Individuals with Intellectual DisabilitiesWilliam V. Dube & Krista M. Wilkinson
Speech Output Technologies in Interventions for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Scoping ReviewRalf W. Schlosser & Rajinder K. Koul
Authorship in Facilitated Communication: An Analysis of 11 CasesTimo Saloviita, Marjatta Leppänen & Ulla Ojalammi
Noun Representation in AAC Grid Displays: Visual Attention Patterns of People with Traumatic Brain InjuryJessica Brown, Amber Thiessen, David Beukelman & Karen Hux
Systematic Review of the Effects of Interventions to Promote Peer Interactions for Children who use Aided AACMichelle C.S. Therrien, Janice Light & Lauramarie Pope
Children Who Use Communication Aids Instructing Peer and Adult Partners During Play-Based ActivityBeata Batorowicz, Kristine Stadskleiv, Stephen von Tetzchner & Cheryl Missiuna
Using the iPad to facilitate interaction between preschool children who use AAC and their peersMichelle C. S. Therrien & Janice Light
Participation and Enjoyment in Play with a Robot between Children with Cerebral Palsy who use AAC and their PeersUlrika M. Ferm, Britt K. Claesson, Cajsa Ottesjö & Stina Ericsson
The profiles of students with significant cognitive disabilities and complex communication needsKaren A. Erickson & Lori A. Geist
Mastery motivation in children with complex communication needs: longitudinal data analysisKara F. Medeiros, Cynthia J. Cress & Matthew C. Lambert
Systematic review of AAC intervention research for adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorderChristine Holyfield, Kathryn D. R. Drager, Jennifer M. D. Kremkow & Janice Light
High-technology augmentative and alternative communication for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and complex communication needs: a meta-analysisJennifer B. Ganz, Kristi L. Morin, Margaret J. Foster, Kimberly J. Vannest, Derya Genç Tosun, Emily V. Gregori & Stephanie L. Gerow
The effectiveness of aided augmented input techniques for persons with developmental disabilities: a systematic reviewAnna A. Allen, Ralf W. Schlosser, Kristofer L. Brock & Howard C. Shane
Teaching children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities to perform multistep requesting using an iPadNouf M. Alzrayer, Devender R. Banda & Rajinder Koul
A systematic review of research into aided AAC to increase social-communication functions in children with autism spectrum disorderKristy Logan, Teresa Iacono & David Trembath
Language learning, recasts, and interaction involving AAC: background and potential for interventionMichael T. Clarke, Gloria Soto & Keith Nelson
The effectiveness of aided augmented input techniques for persons with developmental disabilities: a systematic reviewAnna A. Allen, Ralf W. Schlosser, Kristofer L. Brock & Howard C. Shane