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  • Carmien, S. (2007). Leveraging Skills into Independent Living- Distributed Cognition and Cognitive Disability, VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K. (June 28, 2007). Available at Amazon

  • Fischer, G., Arias, E., Carmien, S., Eden, H., Gorman, A., Konomi, S. i., & Sullivan, J. (2004) "Supporting Collaboration and Distributed Cognition in Context-Aware Pervasive Computing Environments," Paper Presented at the Human Computer Interaction Consortium Winter Workshop (HCIC `04). []

  • Carmien, S., & Gorman, A. (2003). Creating Distributed Support Systems to Enhance the Quality of Life for People with Cognitive Disabilities. Paper presented at the 2nd International Workshop on Ubiquitous Computing for Pervasive Healthcare Applications (UbiHealth 2003), Seattle, WA, USA.[]

  • Carmien, S., DePaula, R., Gorman, A., & Kintsch, A. (2003, to appear). Increasing Workplace Independence for People with Cognitive Disabilities by Leveraging Distributed Cognition among Caregivers and Clients. Paper presented at the ACM 2003 International Conference on Supporting Group Work (GROUP '03), Sanibel Island, Florida, USA. []

  • Sullivan, J., & Fischer, G. (2003). Mobile Architectures and Prototypes to Assist Persons with Cognitive Disabilities using Public Transportation. Paper presented at the 26th International Conference on Technology and Rehabilitation, Atlanta GA, USA.[]

  • Carmien, S. (2002). MAPS: PDA scaffolding for independence for persons with cognitive impairments. Paper presented at the 2002 Human Computer Interaction Consortium (Pervasive Communication Access: Availability and its Consequences), Winter Park, Colorado, USA. []
  • Fischer, G., & Sullivan, J. (2002). Human-Centered Public Transportation Systems for Persons with Cognitive Disabilities - Challenges and Insights for Participatory Design. Paper presented at the Participatory Design Conference (PDC'02), Malmö University, Sweden []

  • Kintsch, A., & dePaula, R. (2002). A Framework for the Adoption of Assistive Technology. Paper presented at the SWAAAC 2002: Supporting Learning Through Assistive Technology, Winter Park, CO, USA. []

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