Assistive Technology in Education
Publisher: Wikibooks 2010
Assistive Technology can make the difference between a successful school experience and a failed one. AT is a field that is changing as fast or faster than the rest of technology used in teaching and learning. This book will initially focus on assistive technology that can be used in a normal classroom.
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