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The ABLEDATA site is considered to be one of the premier Internet sites currently available on assistive technology. It... see more

Michigan State University's ASL Browser web site is an online American Sign Language (ASL) browser where you can look up... see more

This is the home page of the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), an educational, not-for-profit organization... see more

Many ESL and FL lesson plans and resources. This rich site has been up since 1996 and is regularly updated.

This website is designed to provide information, technology, and resources to teachers, administrators, and parents... see more

Excellent article on how to communicate effectively in a cross cultural setting. Discusses common obstacles and gives... see more

The Waisman Center is a disability-related site with information to meet the needs of professionals, parents, and... see more

This webcast from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln describes the authors' research of AAC with Visual Scene Displays... see more

This is a webcast of a 2006 speech given by Colin Portnuff. He discussed his personal experience with Amyotrophic Lateral... see more

This site provides information in regards to technological accessibility to students with learning disabilities. The... see more

This website allow a student to select an age and an area of the brain.  Questions then appear for the student to answer.... see more

This interactive website allows you to adjust the facial expression of an animated head.  This site is excellent for... see more

PBS NOVA transcript of a program on the infamous Genie, a child reared in isolation.

The Linguist List, which is hosted at Eastern Michigan University and at Wayne State University, is an interactive... see more

' The history of the Foundation is the story of how one person with a significant stutter led a successful life and made... see more

You can create an attractive PowerPoint presentation today. Get basic visual communication pointers and take the... see more

The UCLA Phonetics Lab researches sounds from many languages and describes these sounds as a part of the language's... see more

This site from Penn State provides resources related to literacy instruction for persons with disabilities. Includes case... see more

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for... see more

FreeReading is a free, high-quality, open-source reading program addressing literacy development for grades K-3.... see more

"Hands down the most powerful, easy to use, and affordable articulation app on the market." This is an iPad app designed... see more

"RESNA is the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America. We are a professional society... see more

This collection of ready-to-use graphic organizers will help children classify ideas and communicate more effectively.

Timetoast allows people to create interactive timelines, which they can share anywhere on the web. Anyone can join... see more