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But, Is It Effective?

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Date Added to MERLOT: July 31, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 16, 2014
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Author: Dave Edyburn Send email to Dave Edyburn 
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Submitter : Tamarah Ashton

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This site is a listing of resources for evaluating the effectiveness of Assistive Technology. The resources run the range of a "Toolkit of Measurement Strategies" to a list of selected Web sites.

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
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Avatar for Susan Powers
13 years ago

Susan Powers (Faculty)

The document created on this website is really a useful tool to have at all
levels, and address a question common to many teacher education students - does
the technology work. While this page is related to use for special education
(and assistive and other technologies) that topic and material contained on the
page can be used for any teacher and teacher education student. However, the
special education faculty member or teacher education student who goes to this
site with the expectation that information will be geared directly to him/her
will be disappointed.

Some of the tools and tips included in this website could make great field
experience assignments and have students become more familiar with technology in
the field, the schools, and the students.

Technical Remarks:

Of the weblinks that are provided for additional information, some of these do
not work, others take you directly to the main page for the organization,
leaving the user to find the appropriate tools that might help in evaluating
student learning.

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