TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES
Focuses on the understanding and application of Assistive Technology (AT) for individuals with disabilities. Students will review foundational knowledge; research AT assessment systems, AT resources and current technologies; apply Universal Design principles to lesson planning; demonstrate an understanding of advanced programming as it applies to commonly used AT devices; and design AT intervention plans using case studies. This course presents advanced educational technology content. Three hours lecture per week. Admission to Graduate Program; Completion of three (3) credits in undergraduate educational technology coursework. May be offered in traditional and distance education formats.