All this week, I’m counting down to this Saturday’s big event: EdRev! I’m one of several presenters who will be promoting advocacy and education about all kinds of minds and all kinds of learners. Register today and come join us on Saturday for all the fun at AT&T Park! — PMK
There are a ton of great technology exhibitors at EdRev this year; I’m planning to spend as much of the morning as I can just wandering around (and possibly accumulating free stuff). Visit this link to learn more! And register TODAY for EdRev!
These are the ones I’m most excited to see. Check out their links to learn more!
Center for Accessible Technology
Every person has a unique constellation of abilities and disabilities. What tools will help each one to succeed in school and in life? Where do you even begin the search? The Center for Accessible Technology – a demonstration, training, and consultation resource – can help.
Learning Ally is a national non-profit working with thousands of schools, parents, and adults across the U.S. to make reading accessible for all. Our collection of more than 75,000 human-read audio textbooks and literature titles – downloadable and accessible – is the largest of its kind in the world.
Notability – Ginger Labs
Notability is the best-selling note taker on iPad. Capture and organize information in a way that best suits you. Handwrite, type, record audio that links to text, import PDFs, ppts, docs, and more. Create and store all of your notes, handouts, and important documents in one place.
Technology to Unlock Potential – Shelley Haven ATP, RET
TechPotential is a “traveling assistive technology resource center” serving families, educators, and schools throughout the Bay Area. Certified AT Professional Shelley Haven specializes in matching students with appropriate tech tools, and provides hands-on training, strategies, and technical assistance on devices and software for reading, writing, math, notetaking, organization, and attention. Shelley also helps schools select and implement instructional technology to address the diverse abilities of all learners.