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Assistive Technology Research Matters: A Research Primer

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!



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Alan Pardew will put something back into the Tyneside community in order to "punish himself" for recent technical area misdemeanors.
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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 […]

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Students With Disabilities in Charter Schools Students With Disabilities in Charter Schools


Examine the challenges and successes of special education in charter schools, including issues related to enrollment, legal identity, infrastructure, school choice, and virtual charters.

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AAC for Youth with Visual Impairments: An Innovation Story AAC for Youth with Visual Impairments: An Innovation Story


2010 Tech in the Works award winners examined the “Efficacy of the GoTalk Express 32 for Increasing Communication” with an often overlooked population of students who are blind with multiple disabilities. Explore the multiple lessons learned from this case study that are relevant for researchers and engineers who are working together.

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Pic-A-Word Transforms the iPad with AAC Pic-A-Word Transforms the iPad with AAC


How can the iPad support communication for children with disabilities? Find out how in the case story and final report of this 2010 Tech in the Works team.

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