Monday, April 28, 2008

Assistive Technology Blog Carnival Edition 2 is Up

The April Edition of Assistive Technology Blog Carnival is Live.
There are some interesting posts for you to link to.

Read about:
-Taking students with multiple disabilities to see Les Miserable
-Assistive Gaming
-A boy with CP writes "My Trip to Space"
-Yahoo's (non)response to issues of "Captcha"
-A virtual community tool designed for Autism
-Leading students out of "The Mystery Spot"
-Issues on E textbooks for College Students
-Wheelchairs, movement and cognitive development for little ones
-iTunes University and podcasting in the classroom
-A trip to Wendy's without AAC , and more...

Contributors unclude myself, Kate Ahern, Ricky Buchanan, Ron Graham, Dr. Barbara Boucher, Robert Martinengo, Jason Voiovich and others.

I am so excited to see some incredible people submit their work. I was humbled and awed by the skills and talents of these folks. Their personal stories alone are amazing, let alone the posts they submitted.

Check it out - you'll be glad you did.

Also: Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 29 at 10:30 am I will be visiting with Patricia Sublette Ph.D about Traumatic Brain Injury on "No Limits to Learning Live". This interview will be followed up next week with an amazing interview with a TBI survivor.

All the best to you!


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