Maine AT Transition Resources

National Resource Materials:

*The following 3 monographs were written in 2005 and are excellent resource for educators.

  1. Technology & Media for Accessing the Curriculum
  2. Considering the Need for Assistive Technology Within the IEP
  3. A School Administrator's Desktop Guide to Assistive Technology

They can be secured from:

The Center for Technology in Education & Technology and Media Division (CTE)
John Hopkins University
6740 Alexander Bell Drive, Suite 302
Columbia, MD 21046

Another wonderful curriculum resource- Penny Reed's "Education Tech Points"

The following materials can be found on the following web sites:

  1. "Achieving Goals"(Career Stories of Individuals who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing An award winning video series is being disseminated on DVD's at workshops and college fairs
  2. "Starting off on the Right Foot-Transition to College: Planning Advice from Professionals and D/HOH Students"
  3. "Gates To Adventure" is an on line course for students who are D/HOH and are winding their way through the transition maze
  4. Communication Access - This site provides information about accommodations frequently used by students who are deaf or hard of hearing in postsecondary programs

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