Text Entry Rate of Access Interfaces: A Systematic Review
The purpose of this systematic review was to search the available research involving AT control interfaces and conduct a quantitative synthesis of text entry rates associated with common interfaces. We have extended this work to examine the effect of user diagnosis, body site, and experience with the access interface (manuscript in review).
We have made the main data from this review publicly available in a spreadsheet.
We are currently building a website to provide search acccess to all of the data as well as a registry to add new data. Try it at kpronline.com/atnode.
Publications from this work:
- Koester HH, Arthanat S. (2017). Effect of diagnosis, body site, and experience on text entry rate of individuals with physical disabilities: A systematic review. Disability & Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, ePub ahead of print.
- Koester HH, Arthanat S. (2017). Text Entry Rate of Access Interfaces Used by People with Physical Disabilities: A Systematic Review. Assistive Technology, ePub ahead of print.
- Koester HH, Arthanat S. (2017). Text Entry Rate of Access Interfaces Used by People with Physical Impairments.Proceedings of RESNA 2017 Conference, Arlington, VA.
- Koester HH, Arthanat S. (2016). Systematic Review of Text Entry Methods for People with Physical Impairments. Paper published in Proceedings of RESNA/NCART 2016 Conference, Arlington, VA.
We do not currently have specific funding for this project.