Amanda Peters, one of Atomic Learning's content developers, has hosted several assistive technology webinars over the last few months. Feel free to take advantage of this great opportunity.
Quick Ways to make the General Ed Curriculum Accessible and Meaningful
Are you responsible for ensuring your students have access to and participate in the general education curriculum? Do you need some ideas for tools you can use in order to give alternate means of representation, engagement, and expression?
Atomic Learning invites you to a webinar where creative ideas will be shared that will help you differentiate instruction and increase students’ active participation in the general education curriculum. Learn quick ways to break down concepts into manageable chunks of information and give them visual, audio, and concrete 3-D representation.
See examples of how you can transform common tasks that are typically presented in a rigid way into accessible and meaningful activities for all students. Participants will be encouraged to share ways they have made curriculum accessible and meaningful.
The Power of a Programmable Switch Interface
Looking for a better way to access the computer using one or more switches?
Atomic Learning invites you to attend this webinar that will demonstrate the possibilities a programmable switch interface opens. Learn how to use one to maneuver the Start menu on a Windows machine or open applications in Finder on a Mac. Learn how to make use of keyboard shortcuts to access features in popular software programs. The StealthSwitch AT and the Crick USB Switch Interface will be demonstrated, but the methods shown can be applied to other programmable switch interfaces as well.
Windows Vista Accessibility Features
Are you wondering if the accessibility features built into Windows Vista would be helpful?
Atomic Learning invites you to this webinar where you will get an over view of all the features available such as Speech Recognition, Narrator, On-Screen Keyboard, and Magnifier. Come learn how to get started with these tools.
Windows XP Accessibility Features
Wondering if there are accessibility features built into Windows XP that would be helpful?
Atomic Learning invites you to this webinar where you will get an over view of all the features available such as Narrator, On-Screen Keyboard, and Magnifier. Come learn how to get started with these tools.
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