Appendix C – QIAT Indicator #4: AT Implementation

Appendix C – QIAT Indicator #4: AT Implementation

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QIAT #4 - AT Implementation

QIAT INDICATOR #4

MEDIA

DESCRIPTION OF RESOURCE

SUB-CATEGORY TARGETED

AT Implementation

Guide

Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology Implementation AND Quality Indicators for Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Assistive Technology: These are two of 8 quality indicators included in the resources available from ©The QIAT Consortium.

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AT Implementation

Guide

Education Tech Points: A Framework for Assistive Technology 3rd Edition: Created by Gayl Bowser and Penny Reed, this manual guides teams through considering, assessing, implementing, and transitioning AT for students.

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AT Implementation

AEM and AT

Guide

Technical Assistance Document: Oklahoma Procedures for Providing Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM): The Oklahoma State Department of Education, Special Education Services guidelines for providing AIM in Oklahoma Public Schools.

AEM-TA document (pdf)
https://www.okabletech.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/2017_Oklahoma_AEM-TATVI-Addendum.pdf

Also, AEM TA section on this site

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Module

Assistive Technology Internet Modules: This online learning module focusing on AT Implementation is designed for use for professional development, higher education courses, and independent study and was developed collaboratively by Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) and the Texas Assistive Technology Network.
Note! You’ll need to create a login to access the information but it’s FREE.

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AT Implementation

Universal Design
for Learning

Web Link

CAST: A nonprofit leader in education, CAST works to improve opportunities and outcomes for all individuals through Universal Design for Learning. Explore this website to find out more
about CAST.

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Universal Design
for Learning

Web Link

Oklahoma State Department of Education – Special Education Services: Universal Design Resources include tools and activities, videos, fact sheets, and a parent guide.

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Universal Design
for Learning

Web Link

Universal Design for Learning and Assistive Technology: This online resource provides a definition of UDL and additional resources.

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AT and State Standards

Web Link

Oklahoma Academic Standards: The Oklahoma State Department of Education website for Oklahoma’s Academic Standards.

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AT Implementation

AEM and AT

Web Link

Oklahoma ABLE Tech: Provides assistance to Oklahoma elementary and secondary schools in providing accessible instructional materials (AIM) for students with print disabilities.

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AT Implementation

AEM and AT

Web Link

AIM Center: Located in the Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, the AIM Center assists Oklahoma students by providing textbooks and other instructional materials in Braille, large print, and other accessible formats.

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AT Implementation

AEM and AT

Web Link

Liberty Braille: Provides K-12 textbooks in both literary and Nemeth (mathematic) braille code with high quality tactile graphics. We also offer cost effective digital text delivery systems using the iPad for both students who have low vision and blindness.

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AEM and AT

Web Link

The PALM Initiative: This initiative provides guidelines for assisting states and publishers to promote best practice in the design of learning materials for all students.

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AT Implementation

AEM and AT

Web Link

National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials: This online resource provides information and resources about AIM.

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AT Implementation

Video

AT Implementation Plans: Steps to take in Implementing an AT plan for Oklahoma Schools

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AT Implementation

Webinar

Top 10 Questions for Administrators: Ensuring Legal, Effective and Efficient Assistive Technology Services: Presented by Gayl Bowser. This archived webinar aired live on Oct. 29, 2015 for Oklahoma ABLE Tech AT Support teams.

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AT Implementation

Webinar

Re-SETT Focus on the Environment: Presented by Gayl Bowser. This archived webinar aired live on Dec. 1, 2015 for Oklahoma ABLE Tech AT Support teams.

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AT Implementation

Webinar

AT Implementation: Everyone has a role to play! Presented by Gayl Bowser. This archived webinar aired live on Jan. 20, 2016 for Oklahoma ABLE Tech AT Support Teams.

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Webinar
and PowerPoint

Continuing QIAT Conversations – AT Implementation: Joan Breslin-Larson talks about processes and resources to help teams implement AT.

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AT Implementation

Form

SETT (Student, Environments, Tasks, and Tools) Scaffold for Implementation and Evaluation of Effectiveness Planning: This is one of several forms created to guide users through the process of considering, selecting, and implementing AT. The forms are intended to be examples and can be adapted and changed to meet the needs of the people who are using them as long as credits to the original source are maintained.

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