Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR)

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FY 2001 Phase II Awards

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services(OSERS)

AbleLink Technologies, Inc.
NutraNet: An Internet Based Self-Directed Multimedia Software System for Nutritional Education, Planning, and Implementation for Individuals with Mental Retardation

Barron Associates, Inc.
A Low-Cost, High-Performance Physical Activity Monitor (PAM)

Future of Technology and Health, LC
Gesture Recognition System for Personal Computing Applications

Role Models for Youth with Disabilities: Career Expectation for Youth in Transition

Institute for Disabilities Research and Training, Inc. (IDRT)
Testing Vision in Young Deaf Children

Lincoln Laboratories
Omnidirectional Wheelchair to Increase the Mobility of Persons with Physical Disabilities

Research Solutations International
Fair and Appropriate Community Employment (FACE): A Management Information System (MIS) for Evaluating Impact of Employment Programs on Persons with Disabilities

SMS Consulting
QwikClick: An Intelligent Scanning Keyboard that Maximizes the Capability of Single-Switch Users

Touch Graphics
Development of an Audio-Tactile Atlas of the World for Use by Individuals Who are Blind or Visually Impaired

Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI)

Physitron, Inc.
Introducing Mathematics to At-Risk Students Through a 3D Role Playing Game

Quantum Simulations, Inc.
Advanced Software for Interactive Learning of Applied Mathematics

Sigma Systems Research, Inc.
Audio Based Instructional Video Indexing and Retrieval

Toward Value-Added Productivity Analysis and Reporting: Building School-level Capacity to Analyze and Improve Performance

Tech-X Corporation
ELVIS: Endless Learning Visual Information System

Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE)

Seward Learning Systems, Inc.
On-line Resources for Teaching Higher-order Reading and Comprehension

Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE)

Language Analysis Systems, Inc.
Development of Internet-Based Batteries of Chinese and Korean Oral Proficiency Tests at the Advanced Level


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