The Korean Web-Based AAC Board Making System
The purpose of this study was to develop a Korean web-based customized AAC board making system that is easily accessible and compatible across devices in Korean cultural/linguistic contexts. Potential users of this system are individuals with communication disorders and their parents/teachers. Board making users can make customized symbol boards using either built-in or customized symbols. The AAC users can access their own AAC page generated by personalized AAC page application using any devices only if they can access to a web-browser. We expect that this system plays a role for Korean AAC users to generate customized AAC boards on the web and to use the boards in meaningful environments to meet their unique communication needs.
KeywordsAccessibility Augmentative and Alternative Communication Board Making Web-Based System
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