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AT Device Users and Distance Learning

Assistive Technology (AT) devices are used by students with a wide range of disability categories and are always based on what the individual student needs in order to increase access to activities and content. It is important to provide learning opportunities that are compatible with AT devices to ensure inclusive online environments. Equally important is that students continue to receive support with AT, such as finding devices that have the features a student needs, continuing to support students in learning to use AT, and assessing students for the need for AT. The following resources focus on how to support AT users in online environments and how to continue the AT evaluation and feature matching process.

ATIA: COVID-19 Live Course Series ATIA is offering a series of webinars about assistive technology (AT) and remote learning.
ReciteMe Free Accessible COVID - 19 Landing Page Recite Me is offering to host a fully accessible landing page for businesses to share their Coronavirus message to all staff and customers.
Distance Learning AT Supports Explore this crowd-sourced collection of FAQs and resources that support Assistive Technology (AT) users.