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Assistive to Inclusive: Technology Perspectives & Trends
Webinar - 05/11/16
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Event Summary: In this webinar, Richard Ellenson talks about his experiences and perspectives to illustrate the observed and anticipated trends from Assistive to Inclusive Technology and beyond.
Part II: Accessibility and Accommodations Challenges in Technology-Based State Assessments
Webinar - 05/09/16
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Event Summary: Lead by Martha Thurlow, Ph.D., Director of the National Center on Educational Outcomes, this presentation highlights challenges currently faced by states implementing technology-based assessments.
Part I: The ABCs of Accessibility and Accommodations in State Assessments
Webinar - 04/29/16
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Event Summary: In this comprehensive webinar on educational assessments, Martha Thurlow, Sheryl Lazarus, and Laurene Christensen (NCEO) discuss the role played by technology.
AT and Accommodations in Post-Secondary Education, Supporting Successful Transition
Webinar - 04/20/16
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Event Summary: AT Specialists Diana Petschauer and Alyssa Marinaccio provide parents and educators with insightful resources and strategies to help ensure that the transition from high school to college is a successful one!
UDL and Born Accessible Learning Resources: What State Leaders Need to Know
Webinar - 03/30/16
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Event Summary: In this webinar, Jamie Basham, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Special Education at the University of Kansas, co-founder of the UDL Implementation Research Network (UDL-IRN), addresses the idea that learning environments should be designed for all learners with a specific focus on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and “born accessible” learning resources.
Notetaking Technologies for Middle School, High School, College, and Beyond
Webinar - 03/22/16
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Event Summary: AT Consultant Shelley Haven demonstrates notetaking and knowledge organization tools to help students who have learning differences, including smartpens, digital notebooks, annotation software, and multifunctional apps. The presentation describes notetaking and study strategies that leverage these technologies for students, parents and professionals that support them.
Living independently with a cognitive disability: How technology can help
Webinar - 02/11/16
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Event Summary: Presenter: Daniel K. Davies, Founder and President of AbleLink Technologies, Inc. Technology offers a world of opportunity for individuals with cognitive disabilities who are seeking to live independently. This presentation gives parents and professionals a greater awareness of the many ways person-centered technology can support the skills needed for independent living.

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