ASHA 2013 Convention Presentation

Thanks to all the SLPeeps who came to our talk, "Using Visual Association Skills to Learn Word Meanings & Deconstructing Verbs to Infer Character Emotions."  It's a long title for InferCabulary and WordQuations Methods and the research behind these methods.  We promised to post the Power Point presentation and the handouts.  Enjoy!

Here's the link to our InferCabulary Worksheet:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/184889033/InferCabulary%C2%A9-worksheet
and to our WordQuations Worksheet:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/184889473/WordQuations-Worksheet


Sharing our APPs in Chicago (ASHA 2013)

We are on our way back from Chicago and want to share some highlights from our trip.  We were at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's (ASHA) Convention in Chicago where we not only were exhibitors displaying our soon-to-be-released apps, but presented the vocabulary methods from these apps.

The response to InferCabulary and WordQuations was overwhelming with close to 400 attendees at our presentation, many of whom shared their enthusiasm for our methods and our apps.  We also received great feedback from the SLPs (speech-language pathologists) about how they would like to use our apps in their work settings.

Many who attended our workshop stopped by our table bringing their friends to show them the apps.  The vocabulary methods speak for themselves and we look forward to putting them on the APP Store soon.

If you want to see what our apps are about, check out our Indiegogo campaign video at:

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/infercabulary-wordquations/x/5204144