Assistive Technology Resource Centers


Assistive Technology Resource Centers provide tutorials, lesson ideas, reviews of software and devices, and assessment guides.


Access-IT
www.washington.edu/accessit/
Promotes the use of accessible technology at all levels of education. Videos, tutorials and many examples.

ATOMS Project

www.r2d2.uwm.edu/atoms/
Listing of assessment tools. IMPACT-2 model of AT selection and evaluation.

ATTO: Assistive Technology Training Online

atto.buffalo.edu/
Tutorials, Training Guides, Definitions. Excellent interactive assessment guide for selecting and planning AT.

Alliance for Technology Access

www.ataccess.org/
National network of community-based assistive technology resource centers. Check the list to locate one in your area.

Boston Assistive Technology Project

boston.k12.ma.us/teach/
technology/access.asp
Student Access Map (SAM) with directions for use. Support lists and directions for adapting books.

CAST

www.cast.org/
Center for Applied Special Technology: With the focus on Universal Design for Learning (UDL), research articles, professional development, interactive tutorials, and publications to support all learners according to their individual strengths and needs

CATEA

www.catea.org/
Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access. Focus on providing consumer with information on design and development of assistive technology and accessible environments.
Do-IT
www.washington.edu/doit/
Promotes the success of students with disabilities in a Post secondary environment. Excellent resources for colleges and universities.

The Family Center on Technology and Disability

www.fctd.info/
A resource funded by OSEP and designed to spport organization and programs that work with families of children and youth with disabilities. Includes reviewed resources, family guides, basic information on Assistive Technology and videos of AT users.

Georgia Project for Assistive Technology

www.gpat.org/
Numerous PDF and PowerPoint resources explaining assistive technology and integration activities.

Georgia Assistive Technology Project

www.gatfl.org/
Tools for Life focuses on assistive technology and learning disabilities. Great tools from webinars.

HIAT

www.mcps.k12.md.us/
departments/hiat/
High incidence accessible technology from Montgomery County Public Schools. Tutorials, guides and links to e-books and e-text.

Infinitec

www.infinitec.org
Infinite potential through assistive technology. LEARN section discusses AT in the schools and addresses IEPs.

NATRI

natri.uky.edu/
National Assistive Technology Research Project provides research and background on the AT Planner with online research reports.

QIAT

www.qiat.org
Quality indicators for Assistive Technology Services whose mission is to guide the development and delivery of quality assistive technology services

RESNA

www.resna.org
Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America. Resource list of all state AT centers.

SCATP

www.sc.edu/scatp/
South Carolina Assistive Technology Program provides resources, loan library and sponsors FREE AT Expo! .

SCCATN

sccatn.wikispaces.com/
South Carolina Collaborative Assistive Technology Network a wiki that provides professionals, parents, and individuals resources and supports for Assistive Technology.

SETT Framework

sweb.uky.edu/~jszaba0/
JoyZabala.html
Joy Zabala's discussion of the SETT Framework and links to the QIAT network. .

Texas Assistive Technology Network

www.texasat.net/
Complete modules on for implementation and training on consideration, legal issues, administration, evaluation related to Assistive Technology.

TRACE

trace.wisc.edu/
Research and development center dedicated to making the world accessible to all. Includes free software toolkits and patches for accessibility.
**UDL Center**
www.udlcenter.org/
National Center on Universal Design for Learning. Complete information on principles and checklist

UKAT Toolkit

serc.gws.uky.edu/
www/ukatii/
University of Kentucky AT Toolkit, free downloads for AT teams based on Human Factors model. .

WATI

www.wati.org
Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiatve. Free downloads for Hey Can I try that? and an AT manual.

WebAim

www.webaim.org/
Information, tools and resources to make the Web accessible for all. Excellent simulations to consider other access to the web. Links to web validators that allow you to check your own web pages for accessibility.

Web Accessibility

www.cew.wisc.edu/
accessibility/
Web Accessibility: Failure is not an option site provides tutorials and information on how to make all documents accessible.