I really enjoyed this resource. The problem or need was addressed clearly and provided multiple Universal Design points of view. Also, there was plenty Assistive Technology factors within the establishment of the problem. In the real world performance, students have the opportunity to play different roles, and develop the ability to expand their vocabulary. For the evaluations consisting of a test or observation, fallowing Assistive Technology students could use a screen reader together with their digital How-To book. Something else that could be added to within socialization, is distributing their creations to other 2nd grades, teachers, and possibly schools. They could receive feedback and engage with a broader audience.