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CATEA: Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access

The CATEA website provides a wide range of information on accessibility news, events, projects, resources, products, and publications The Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA), formerly the Center for Rehabilitation Technology (CRT), was established at the Georgia Institute of Technology on December 1, 1980. In its first two decades it grew to include expertise in the disciplines of engineering, industrial design, architecture, computer science, rehabilitation counseling, occupational therapy, adult literacy education, orthotics and recreational therapy. By the 1990's, CATEA was an established interdisciplinary research and design center devoted to applications of technology to alleviate problems of human need, providing service, research and education under the... Show More
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Amy Grincewicz
Amy Grincewicz (Administrator)
6 years ago

This website is great for helping instructors desgin materials for students with special learning needs.  The website provides many other websites and lising of what other sources are doing to help students with special learning needs.

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