Meeting Archive:
Finding, Understanding, and Using Research about Assistive Technology to Inform Your Practice - Part 1

Meeting Description:

Part 1

This two part series will look at research about the selection, provision, and use of assistive technology for students with disabilities. It will include a review of the types of research being conducted and how each can be of value to you in the schools. Research about the use of augmentative communication and power mobility will be highlighted. Sources of AT research and references for all studies mentioned will be included.
Following the session participants will receive:
  • A certificate of attendance
  • A 10% discount on any AbleNet Assistive Technology products

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Date: Tue, Oct 24, 2017
Time: 02:00 PM CDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Penny Reed, PhD, MA
 Presenter Information
Penny Reed
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Penny Reed has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary and Special Education from Indiana University and master’s and doctoral degrees in Special Education from the University of Oregon. She has been a teacher, consultant and administrator in the field of special education and assistive technology. Dr. Reed regularly provides consultation and training on a variety of topics related to assistive technology with a special focus on helping school districts improve their delivery of assistive technology services. She is the author of numerous publications about assistive technology services.