Assistive Technology: Access for All Students
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007 - Education - 206 pages
This new text is for courses in Assistive Technology and Technology in Special Education. Organized around the theme of universal design, this core or supplementary text discusses the knowledge and skills educators need to know in order to determine the appropriate use of technology and services to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities. The book is also designed so that it can provide individuals with a useful background in the application of Assistive Technology in various types of settings. Based on the most current research in the growing field as well as the latest laws and regulations, this text explores Assistive Technology not only in the school setting but also in the home, community, work place and independent living.
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