NCTI assists researchers, developers, and entrepreneurs in creating innovative learning tools for all students, with special focus on students with disabilities.
The National Center for Technology Innovation and the Assistive Technology Industry Association have teamed up to develop a research primer for AT developers, manufacturers, and vendors. Both an online guide and a series of webinars, these resources will help you get up to speed on research in 2011. See what's inside!
- Explore research designs including usability, market, case study, single subject, quasi-experimental, and experimental.
- Understand key concepts such as validity and reliability, ethics and the IRB process.
- Find resources such as networks for researchers, working with librarians, and sources of funding.
- Download the Assistive Technology Research Primer!
- Access archives of free webinars to learn more about these topics with AT industry leaders.
Alan Pardew will punish himself with community service after technical area misdemeanors
Alan Pardew will put something back into the Tyneside community in order to "punish himself" for recent technical area misdemeanors.
Pardew who was charged with improper conduct by the FA yesterday following his clash with David Meyler already had dates in his diary to work […]
10 Lessons for Small Businesses Part 2
5. Create a unique experience.
Starbucks has created a retail store experience that is attractive, comfortable, and even entertaining, designed to attract customers and keep them coming back to the stores. In its stores, you will find comfortable chairs, wireless Internet connection, even a selection of music. Starbucks began offering […]
NCTI Issue Brief
Examine the challenges and successes of special education in charter schools, including issues related to enrollment, legal identity, infrastructure, school choice, and virtual charters.Read More
NCTI Case Study
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