• Florida’s Instructional Technology Resource Center (ITRC)
Ways to improve your teaching and thus improve student outcomes through technology
• The National Center to Improve Practice in Special Education through Technology, Media, and Materials
Compiled information about technology, disabilities, and instructional practices through a broad range of resources. This site also provides opportunities for teachers to exchange information, build knowledge, and practice through collaborative dialogue:
• The Center for Applied Special Technology
Helpful suggestions for the universal design of learning materials and teaching practices to reduce the need for developing special accommodations and modifications for individual students in general education classes; also provides a link to the National Center on Accessing the General Curriculum website, which also offers research, solutions, and resources for universal design.
• Kid's Web
Students can research their papers more independently by accessing a World Wide Web digital library specifically designed for children
• The Write Site
Designed for language arts students in middle school; allows students to take on the role of journalists and editors to research, write, and publish their own newspaper and provides unit outlines, handouts, exercises, downloadable teaching material, information about how to write and more.
• National Assistive Technology Research Institute (NATRI)
Information about assistive technology, research reports, vendors, and video clips of AT devices being used
• PBS Parents: Inclusive Communities: Assistive Technology
Provides information about types of assistive technology, augmentative communication, and links to additional resources. Information is available in English and Spanish.