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Posted March 6, 2014

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Online Resources Available for Assistive Technology Training

APS teachers, staff, students and parents can access the free online tools.

Do you need help understanding how technology can help students with special education needs? APS employees and families can get access to free assistive technology training through Atomic Learning.

This includes:

  • Training on assistive technology devices like ClassMate Reader, Dragon Naturally Speaking, IntelliKeys, and more.
  • Accessibility feature training for commonly used applications such as iPads, the Microsoft Office Suite, or major operating systems.
  • Workshops to help understand how assistive technology can be utilized to enhance student learning.

Looking for a place to start? Try these workshops:

Log in and start learning today:  www.AtomicLearning.com. Need login information? Contact Thor Spangler at spangler@aps.edu or 298-6752 x 3461.

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