Dual Touch Learning

Dual Touch Learning

Dual Touch Learning

A Monitor Screen Touch Learning System for the Special Needs Classroom, K through 12th Grade

 Senait Lidya Haileselassie and David Kattan 

Abstract 

            The Add-on Touch Screen is designed for students who have limited or poor hand, finger and arm dexterity and find it difficult to interface with computer-based software learning programs requiring student computer interaction. Most of these students can activate large switches and have sufficient hand and arm movement to touch the face of the computer monitor they are using. A low-cost touch screen device can be attached to a computer monitor and replace the computer mouse input function. The touch screen provides an alternative input source that is easy to use and enables interactive functionality for the disabled student. This device will allow student interaction with the learning software through the touching of the monitor screen which provides the interaction with the learning software program. This input can also be used for other computer interactions that require mouse movement and left or right mouse switch clicking.

Dual Touch Learning

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