Institute on Disabilities at Temple University

TECHNOLOGY

Pennsylvania's Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT)

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (AT) RESOURCES

AT Web Resources Page - All Categories

WEB RESOURCES - Education / Organization - Free Trial Resources


  • Kurzweil
    http://www.kurzweiledu.com/default.html
    Reading, writing and learning software for individuals with learning difficulties such as dyslexia, and attention deficit disorders. Supports the principle of Universal Design for Learning and provides access to a large quantity of print, electronic, and web-based documents.
  • Inspiration
    http://www.inspiration.com/Freetrial
    Program to assist users as they structure thoughts through visual cues. Offers an easy way to clarify and strengthen plans, papers, and reports. Format is user-friendly for both users and recipients.
  • Premier VideoCast Studio
    http://www.readingmadeez.com/products/
    Collection of easy-to-use utilities that help to convert teacher's lectures into a video presentation which can then be delivered to the students' portable media players.
  • Premier Test Builder
    http://www.readingmadeez.com/products/
    Software application designed for educators to simplify the creation of accessible tests for students with learning disabilities, and for those who are blind/low vision.
  • EduApps
    http://www.eduapps.org
    Eight different application groups that can be used on any computer, including: AccessApps, LearnApps, TeachApps, Mystudybar, MyVisBar, MyAccess, Create&Convert, and Accessibleformatbar.
  • Camera Mouse
    http://www.cameramouse.org/about.html
    Program enabling computer mouse function with head movement. Free trial available.

AT Web Resources Page - All Categories

For More Information, Please Contact PIAT

Telephone
Voice: 800-204-PIAT (7428), in state
TTY: 866-268-0579, in state
Voice/TTY: 215-204-1356

Email
ATinfo@temple.edu

Mailing Address
Institute on Disabilities
1601 N. Broad Street
University Services Bldg., Suite 610
Philadelphia, PA 19122



Institute on Disabilities at Temple University
University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service