The following websites are helpful resources for providing information on assistive technology or could be useful in the classroom setting.
The National Center on Accessible Technology in Education(AcessIT)
AccessIT is designed to help educational institutions find information about assistive technology. The searchable Knowledge Base allows users to search for questions and then answer them with case studies and examples of best practices. This will be extremely helpful for the classroom teacher.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
This page on the ASLHA website offers FAQs about assistive listening devices (ALDs). A brief overview is given of ALDs, which is followed by descriptions of devices that could be used. This is an excellent starting place for all teachers.
Assistive Technology for Children with Autism
This online paper by Susan Stokes provides strategies and different levels of technology that could assist students with autism. As a teacher who has students with autism every year, it is important to keep up to date with this area of assistive technology.
Axistive is an excellent source for the latest review and news about assistive technology, as well as organizations and services. Use of the site would help teachers stay current on the newest products and opportunities for their students.
LD Online provides a host of interventions, strategies and product suggestions for students with learning disabilities. As the sometimes unseen disability, this is the most commonly encountered in the classroom setting.