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This is a webinar with Speaker Rachel Kruzel, Augsburg University. Conducted for the QIAT-PS project.

With the Assistive Technology market booming, and budgets getting tighter and tighter in higher education and K-12, free and low cost assistive technology options are becoming a more mainstream option. However, with the sheer number of these tools being able to support students with a variety of needs, how does one stay abreast of the constant developments, updates, and new features? Participants of this session will learn about approximately a dozen of the latest and greatest programs, apps, and extensions that support student learners; all costing less than roughly $10. Topic areas include literacy support, writing support, notetaking and organization/task management. Having a toolbox of free and low cost assistive technology, such as these tools, is an asset to any AT program.

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Comment by Janet - Great Lakes ADA Center on May 22, 2018 at 7:51am

Rachel keeps a list of low cost AT tools current, it's worth linking to it!

http://www.augsburg.edu/class/groves/assistive-technology/everyone/

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