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A new report on assistive technology and universal design for learning…

Last week I attended one of my favorite national conferences, the annual National Technology Innovators Conference in Washington, DC. Many wonderful presentations, national speakers, and thought provoking discussions. The opening drew from a recent NCTI Issue brief that was shared … Continue reading

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The new and evolving “universal design” features of the iPhone/ iTouch

It is always a good thing when a senior IT staff member sends one an email to share cutting edge technology developments that address assistive technology. That was how my day evolved yesterday. Then, as I reviewed my Wall Street … Continue reading

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The Apple iTouch: A Very Cool Tool

I’m presenting on the Assistive and Instructional Technology Features of the Apple iTouch next week at the Virginia Educational Technology Leadership Conference. As I beef up my skills with this tool, I am increasingly impressed with the wide array of … Continue reading

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Word “predicting”

Word prediction is an assistive technology technique that’s been around for over fifteen or more years. It provides users with instant word selections as they type a first letter. An example can be observed with the new Firefox search feature … Continue reading

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