9.1 Educational resources for teachers and policy makers on assistive technology, accessible formats and curriculum development

The Adaptive Braille Writing Tutor project http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~nidhi/brailletutor.html#factsheet

Adobe (2009). "What is accessibility?" http://www.adobe.com/accessibility/gettingstarted/accessibility.html

Annor, J. (2002) Implementing Government Policy for Supporting Technology Use by Persons with Disability. http://www.csun.edu/cod/conf/2002/proceedins/98.htm

AHEAD Text Access. Ireland’s Resource Guide & Union Catalogue for the Print Disabled at Third Level http://www.textaccess.ie/

Bray, M., Brown, M., & Green, T. (2004). Technology and the Diverse Learner: A Guide to Classroom Practice. Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin Press.
IT Procurement Toolkit from the Centre for Excellence in Universal Design, Ireland. http://www.universaldesign.ie/useandapply/ict/itprocurementtoolkit.

Casely-Hayford, L. and Lynch, P. ICT and Special Needs Education in Africa, Imfundo Report- Phase 1 http://imfundo.digitalbrain.com/imfundo/web/papers/refpapers/?verb=view

Casely-Hayford, L. and Lynch, P. ICT Based Solutions for Special Educational Needs in Ghana, Imfundo Report - Phase 2 http://imfundo.digitalbrain.com/imfundo/web/papers/refpapers/?verb=view

Craddock, G, D Gordon, O’Callaghan, K & M. Scherer, (2006) Thinking Beyond Assistive Technology In The Classroom: Phase two of the Inclusive Learning Project (ILT) accepted for publication in Special Education and as a paper at the Assistive Technology Industry Association 2006 conference

Craddock etc (2005) Over the Parapet: Thinking Beyond Assistive Technology In The Classroom, Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America, Annual Conference, June 2005 Atlanta, GA. in press

Craddock, G (2005) The AT Continuum in Education: Novice to Power User, Journal of Disability and Rehabilitation in press

Craddock, G, M Scherer & D Gordan. Inclusive Learning through Technology: Individualized Curriculum in Special Education, Assistive Technology Industry Association 2005 conference, 19th-22nd Orlando Fl

Duxbury Systems software for Braille with Windows, Macintosh, DOS, and UNIX programs http://www.duxburysystems.com/

EDeAN. Resources on Universal Design Education and Training http://www.education.edean.org/

Edmonds, C. (2003). Providing Access to Students with Disabilities in Online Distance Education: Legal, Technical, and Practical Considerations. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a783720878

European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education (2003). Key Principles for Special Needs Education. Recommendations for Policy Makers. Online: http://www.european-agency.org/publications/ereports/key-principles-in-special-needs-education/key-principles-in-special-needs-education

Gateway. Guidance for Assistive Technology in Education and Workplace Advancing Young People with Disabilities" http://www.gateway2at.eu

G3ict http://www.g3ict.org

IMS (2001). Guidelines for Developing Accessible Learning Applications. http://www.imsglobal.org/accessibility/accessiblevers/index.html

ITU/G3ict e-accessibility Policy Toolkit for Persons with Disabilities http://e-accessibilitytoolkit.org

Lahm, E.A. (2003). Assistive Technology Specialists: Bringing Knowledge of Assistive Technology to School Districts. Remedial and Special Education, 24(3), pp.141-153.

Moore, D. and Taylor, J. (2000). Interactive Multimedia Systems for Students with Autism. Journal of Educational Media, 25 (3), pp. 169-175.

Microsoft information and tutorials on the inbuilt accessibility features in Microsoft products such as Windows 7, Vista and XP and Office products http://www.microsoft.com/enable/download/default.aspx

Microsoft. Accessibility: A Guide for Educators. “This guide from Microsoft provides information about accessibility and accessible technology to help educators worldwide ensure that all students have equal access to learning with technology.” http://www.microsoft.com/enable/education/

Technology and Social Change (TASCHA), University of Washington. First Workshop on Technology and Disability in the Developing World http://change.washington.edu/access/workshop_1/

Toolbox for Educators: Technology for Mild Disabilities Providing Access to the General Education Curriculum http://www.ed.sc.edu/caw/toolboxvendors.html

UNESCO IITE ICTs in Education for People with Special Needs. http://www.iite.ru/pics/publications/files/3214644.pdf

University CSUN. Assistive Technology programme. http://www.csun.edu/codtraining/

University of Buffalo Assistive Technology Training Online Project http://atto.buffalo.edu

WHO. International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) http://www.who.int/classifications/icf/en/