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Strategies for Supporting Students using AT

Students need to be taught how to use speech recognition before you can really assess whether it works for them as assistive technology. This guide walks you through the process. The most up-to-date version is available as an ebook at bit.ly/srguide. (Daniel Cochrane 2014, updated 2020)

An article written by Dr. Dave Edyburn with assistive technology examples. Posted with his permission. (Jan McSorley 2013)

An article written by Dr. Dave Edyburn with assistive technology examples. Posted with his permission. (Jan McSorley 2013)

Many of us read blogs about learning and discuss the learning process with our colleagues, but few of us actually bother keeping up with the latest science. Maybe it’s because, if we do manage to identify a source or two, we are immediately turned off by all the dense scientific jargon. Or maybe it’s not always clear which resources provide information specifically on learning and not just education in general. Our goal in this article is to supply you with approachable scientific materials you can actually read and use. That way, you can stay interested and informed, and your students can benefit. (Patrick DelRosario 2016)
This is a listing of etext resources I have been compiling for several years. I have not updated it in the past year, so some of the links may no longer be active. (Carolann Cormier 2011)

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