The complexity of identifying quality indicators that could be useful across a wide variety of educational environments and service provision options is evident. The issues relating to implementation of quality services in a way that supports positive student results are even more complex. There is clearly a need for the participation of people with a wide variety of perspectives and experiences as providers and consumers of assistive technology services in defining and implementing this work.

Please join in the continuing effort to develop Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology Services in school settings by subscribing to the QIAT List and participating in collegial discussions.

To join or leave the QIAT List, follow the link below. 

A new tab will open and then you can enter your email address and name, and choose “Subscribe QIAT” or “Unsubscribe QIAT”.

QIAT Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. How can I reduce the number of messages I get each day on the QIAT List?
    To change the settings on your QIAT subscription to a digest version, go to http://lsv.uky.edu/scripts/wa.exe?SUBED1=qiat&A=1. Digests combine several messages before sending so that you receive only one or two messages a day.  Most people have found the HTML digest to be the most user-friendly.
  2. How do I get off the QIAT List?
    There is a message with instructions at the bottom of every QIAT List email. Go to http://lsv.uky.edu/scripts/wa.exe?SUBED1=qiat&A=1 and follow the links.
  3. How do I send a message through the QIAT List?
    To post a new message to the QIAT list, in your email message address the “To:” line to QIAT@LSV.UKY.EDU. On the “Subject:” line be specific to what your message addresses, this will make it easier for people when they are searching the archives.
    To reply to a Post, just click “Reply”. If you are doing that and changing the subject of the message, be sure to change the “Subject;” line to reflect the new topic.If you want to reply to just the sender, copy their email address on the “From:” line and paste it into a new message window.
  4. Does the QIAT List have archives?
    Yes, it is possible to view and search all messages that have been sent through the QIAT List from March of 1999 to the present. The messages are arranged by date and by the topic listed in the message subject; however, they may be searched by topic, author, and keyword.

    The archives are open to the public and can be viewed by anyone. The searchable archives may be especially useful to researchers and to new members of the list who want to know topics of conversations that have already taken place or to review all that has been said on a specific topic.
  5. Can our organization use the logo or acronym QIAT?
    No, QIAT and the QIAT logo cannot be used to imply or suggest endorsement of any product, person, property, or service not provided by QIAT. The QIAT logo is trademarked and protected by law and restricted for use as licensed by the QIAT Leadership Team. The logo is considered to be the QIAT logo, tagline, or any element thereof.

Please Note: Unless approved by the QIAT Leadership team, an organization cannot use the QIAT logo or QIAT acronym on any organization materials or web sites such as, but not limited to, brochures, stationery, business cards, equipment, giveaways, banners, advertising materials, corporate web sites, social networking sites, emails, or electronic advertising of any kind.