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Memory Technology


A short film showcasing products from the world's first Memory Technology Library in Bath, UK. Talking Tiles, Day clock, Talking Photo Album, and Talking Cards are demonstrated and explained.

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Archived Webinar: Reading Tools

A 51 minute video recorded from an online webinar on Reading Tools that took place on February 18, 2013, provides an overview of some helpful reading tools for the computer and their uses for students in the classroom.

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Archived Webinar: Smart Pen & Uses in the Classroom

iCater (Iowa Center for Assistive Technology Education and Research) discusses the uses of the Smart Pen and related software in the classroom in this 40 minute YouTube video, recorded in April 2013.

 

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5 Tips & Tricks Using "High Tech" Visual Supports to Improve Behavior in the Classroom

April 23rd, 2013
12 PM Pacific, 3 PM Eastern

How to update visual strategies using 21st century tech tools, for students with autism, ADHD, and other disabilities.

In this webinar you will learn simple tips & tricks to transform classic visual strategies into "high tech" visual supports. 
 
Get your students ENGAGED to learn

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Accommodations for Executive Functioning

Tuesday, May 14, 2013
11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern

AT can help with mental processes of managing time, making plans, multi-tasking, organizing, strategizing, and paying attention to and remembering details. Webinar from JAN.

JAN (Job Accommodation Network) presents Melanie Whetzel, M.A., JAN Senior Consultant, with Linda Carter Batiste, J.D., JAN Principal Consultant  who will spend an hour taking a look at the mental processes of managing time, making plans, multi-tasking, organizing, strategizing, and paying attention to and remembering details.

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Tips & Tools for Serving Students with LD In Higher Ed

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013
11 AM Pacific, 2 PM Eastern

Higher education presents a challenge for students with learning disabilities. It often requires more reading, greater interaction with text, multiple ways of organizing information, and critical writing. The system-wide director of disability services at Alliant University will share tools and tips they are using to enhance success for graduate students.

Higher education presents a challenge for students with learning disabilities. It often requires more reading, greater interaction with text, multiple ways of organizing information, and critical writing. The system-wide director of disability services at Alliant University will share tools and tips they are using to enhance success for graduate students.

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Archived Webinar: Making Social Media More Accessible: What You Can Do Today

DigitalGov University webinar from 12/20012: Have you ever observed how people with disabilities are experiencing your content on social media? Is someone who uses a screen reader or other assistive technology able to understand your content on Twitter or Facebook?

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