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Steve Ransom

Slicereader - Easy reading for Mac - 45 views

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    A great, free text chunking app for those who need textual information processing accommodations or those with short attention spans or distractability... Mac-only
Tricia Hunt

Hey Can I Try That? - Education Tech Points - 12 views

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      Great for all kids to use what THEY NEED, not just of kids with special needs.
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    Student Handbook for choosing assistive technology
Michele Brown

Pass It On Center - 2 views

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    The Pass It On Center is creating national and state resources to foster the appropriate reuse of Aissitive Technology so that people with disabilities can get the affordable AT they need in order to live, learn, work and play more independently.
Michele Brown

TechMatrix - 4 views

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    Assistive technology tools and resources to support learning for students with disabilities and their classmates.
Jessica Smith

OATS - oats - 29 views

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    Open-sourcing offers great potential for AT software users. However, currently there are a number of barriers that stop its wider use within the AT community. It is generally difficult to find on the Internet and, until the OATS Project, there have been no specific websites dedicated to developing or downloading AT software. Open-source software can also be unfriendly to install, often obliging the user to download many different packages before it can be set up and used. Often it is still "under-development", poorly documented or technically demanding, something that the end user finds frustrating and irritating. To see just how complicated this can be for the lay enquirer, one need only visit the most well-known source of mainstream open-source products, Source Forge (http://sourceforge.net/). Finding OATS products here is like experiencing death by a thousand cuts! The OATS Project's repository will strip away all the technical complexity and provide via its database and search engine an efficient and intuitive way to access good quality OATS. By removing these barriers to open-source AT software, users will not only have a single point of contact for obtaining open-source software but volunteer developers will also discover a forum where they can develop ideas and write software that meets the real needs of specific end users.
Patrick Black

50 Best Blogs for Special Ed Teachers | Online Universities - 46 views

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    Several great bloggers on this list - SMD Teacher, TLWMSN, Free resources from the Net, EdTech Change, AT Cubed....to name a few!
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