According to a press release from the Justice Dept. in late November 2013:
The ODE-OEC, through its contract with the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI), is pleased to announce a new Assistive Technology Internet Module (ATIM), titled "AT Assessment Tools". Found at the their site, under the tab "AT Problem Solving Across the Lifespan", this module is a comprehensive review of both free and commercially available AT assessment tools. Some of these tools offer guidance for every step of the AT assessment process while others focus on specific components of AT such as evaluation of AT supports for reading and writing. It begins with a video introduction done by Penny Reed. This module concludes with a review of user satisfaction tools and checklists that measure the effectives and perceived usefulness of implemented AT.
Note: The content is free but you do have to create an account and log in. OCALI will send you an email when new modules are posted. Modules include short videos, text, a pre/post assessment tool.
The Hadley School for the Blind has over 40 archived webinars on topics of interest to visually impaired individuals including cloud computing basics, how to choose a notetaker, iOS access, internet search, Skype, and many more listed below.
The Global Initiative for Inclusive Information and Communications Technology (G3ict) has recognized AT&T and its Corporate Accessibility Technology Office (CATO) as a company that is empowering aging and disabled employees by providing digital accessibility technology in the workplace and marketplace.
Luis Perez is an Apple Distinguished Educator and has provided an excellent run down of the accessibilty features of iOS 7 on his blog: The Website of Luis Perez: insights on Inclusive Learning Technology from a blind techie. Support for switch access, improved voices, global control for closed captions, a larger cursor for VoiceOver, and more.