Focus of assistive technology is expanding

The universal design trend in assistive technology is focusing on creating devices that cater to students with a wide range of special needs. Schools should look at the technology already available to them, such as accessibility settings built into the Macintosh operating system. If additional technology is needed, research by education-technology groups can provide guidance. However, some caution not to overlook individuals with severe challenges through the use of universal design products.

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