(2018, April) | Useful to Parent Centers, educators, and parents in: considering a student’s need for accessible materials and technologies, and where to specify what is needed in each student’s IEP This brief comes from the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials, otherwise known as the AEM Center. It’s 17 pages long, but provides excellent guiding […]
(2018) | (Available in English and Spanish) Useful for Parent Centers sharing Spanish-language resources with families, especially those interested in assistive technology. Sobre este recurso Es importante que los padres entiendan el “lenguaje” de la tecnología de asistencia para que puedan ser defensores informados de las necesidades tecnológicas de sus hijos. Este glosario de términos […]
The TechMatrix website provides assistive and educational technology tools and resources to support learning for students with disabilities and their classmates. The site allows users to search a database of nearly 400 assistive and educational technologies. It also houses related research articles on the theory and practice of using technology to improve student learning. TechMatrix is a product of the National Center […]
This 4-page resource helps families involve teens and young adults in learning about and selecting assistive technology (AT). An important goal for older students is to understand the areas in which technology can support them in their educational and employment goals. The tip sheet encourages students to advocate for themselves, and to take an active role in selecting assistive technology to address their needs.