National Assistive Technology Learning Modules
Free national online training modules provide information related to assistive technology. When viewing modules, IEP teams should work collaboratively to consider the appropriate assistive technology supports based on each student's unique disability-related needs.
Assistive Technology Internet Modules (ATIM): High-quality information and professional learning on a variety of assistive technology content areas.
IRIS Center Assistive Technology: An Overview: The module covers a comprehensive overview of assistive technology (AT). The modules are engaging, and are developed with input from AT experts across the nation. They include exploring the consideration process, implementation and evaluation of AT for students as well as practical application of AT services for students.
Ablenet University Recorded Webinars: Free webinars on a variety of AT needs and supports.
Assistive Technology 101
This webinar series was presented in January 2020 by Paula Walser, a Speech and Language Pathologist and Assistive Technology Consultant with over 20 years of experience in public education. In this AT 101 webinar series, Paula walks through her Assessing Student Need for Assistive Technology (ASNAT) web page.
Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC)
This presentation is from March 2020 and is by Jennifer Schubring, a speech-language pathologist with expertise in Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC) and founder of the Building AAC web page. In this AAC webinar series, Jennifer goes through the process of identifying and supporting AAC to ensure students have a voice and opportunity to engage in their education.
Assistive Technology Forward Community of Practice Videos
The following videos were recorded as part of the Assistive Technology Forward Project. Click on the playlist to view all videos or the drop down boxes for individual meeting videos.
You can click on the playlist below or view a catalog of archived videos on the AT Forward Video Library.