Technology Tools

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Featuring AT Specialists Diana Petschauer and Alyssa Marinaccio, this webinar provides parents and professionals with resources and strategies to help ensure that the transition from high school to college is a successful one! ( Get the PowerPoint slides in the Download Here section) ....

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Part of the AT and Accommodations in Post-Secondary Education, Supporting Successful Transition webinar, with AT Specialists Diana Petschauer and Alyssa Marinnacio, the hand out, "Differences Between High School and College Students with Disabilities" identifies major differences in Laws & Regulations, Required Documentation, Self-Advocacy and Roles & Responsibilities of parents and...

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This webinar, led by AbleLink founder and president, Daniel K. Davies, offers parents and professionals great insights into person-centered technology that supports development of skills needed for independent living. A link to the accompanying PowerPoint is included.

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This guide provides parents and students with a quick overview of tips and tools that support the important task of reading. Strategies are discussed that aid in comprehension and fluency for academic reading. Topics covered include changing the text appearance, audiobooks, text-to-speech, dictionaries and other comprehension tools, and how to...

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This step-by-step guide helps parents and students start using audiobooks and text-to-speech tools for reading. Steps outlined cover finding and selecting reading materials and using text-to-speech and audiobook features. Accompanying comprehension strategies are also discussed.

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AT Specialists Bryan Ayres and Janet Peters led this series of 2 webinars on Successful Transition to College: The Role of Technology. The first webinar discusses major factors in AT planning for students with disabilities transitioning to employment or post secondary environments, i.e. QIAT-PS Tool and procedures and activities to...

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In an effort to address the educational and professional needs of non-traditional students greographically dispersed throughout the Hawaiian Islands, instructors at the College of Education of the University of Hawaii developed online courses based on the principles of Universal Instructional Design (UID). Universal Instructional Design of Online Courses discusses...

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The video Virtual World, Real Lives: A Testbed for Students with Disabilities shows how Second Life is used at District 75, New York City Department of Education, to promote social commmunication and skills for independent living for students with disabilities. Students also learn to apply for jobs, gather in interest...

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In this webinar, Patricia Ourand, MS, CCC-SLP, current President of Associated Speech & Language Services, Inc., discussed person-centered approaches to interventions that support successful communication across environments and over time, communicative competence, levels of literacy, social validity and communication partners. PPT slides are found below.

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In spite of the large number of online educational programs, students with disabilities still struggle with online accessibility issues. In this article, four students enrolled at graduate programs at Drexel University share their experiences with online programs and make recommendations to include accessibility as a fundamental component of faculty development....

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