There are multiple reasons why a student may not want to engage with, use, or buy-into assistive technology use. Consider the following reasons when working with a student who is resistant to use AT.
There are several methods and approaches you can use to try and encourage your students to embrace technology and benefit from it.
Western Sydney University was looking for an alternative to professional notetakers. In 2017, they put a note taking tool to the test, encouraging stronger note taking and study skills.
Join us as Lauren Sebel, Director of the Student Accessibility Services at Austin Community College explains how they are embracing an AT future, improving student independence and reducing costs.
Join us as Caitlin Rothwell, Director of the Office of Disability Support Services at Catholic University of America, discusses how their department sets students up for success.
Join us as Suzanne Hawks, Disability and Learning Assistance Specialist at Wake Forest University, discusses how note-taking technology has helped to promote a “Study Smarter Not Harder” philosophy.