Imbedded Use of Inclusive Technologies Web Resource
Students with a disability use a large range of inclusive technologies in the classroom and throughout their studies. Some of these technologies are useful in the postsecondary education environment and in employment; however some of these technologies have limited use beyond secondary school.
The purpose of this web resource is to guide students, people with a disability, parents/carers and educators through the process of selecting appropriate inclusive technology for long term use by the user.
The resource is constantly evolving with new information being added all the time. To find out what's new please visit our ‘What's new’ section.
Please help us improve the Inclusive Technology Web resource by taking part in a short survey. Or/and leave a comment
The right hand menu shows the sections headings Overview; What's new; Users; Tool kits and Inclusive Technology Resources, left mouse click on each of the headings will not just take you to the that sections webpage but also reveal a list of sub headings. Or if you are looking to find a particular topic just left click on the Site Map heading.
This Resource was funded by the Australian Government under the National Disability Coordination Officer Program
Last Updated ( Monday, 29 October 2012 12:42 )