U. Illinois loans devices, Wi-Fi hotspots for early childhood therapy
With face-to-face meetings restricted, the university has expanded early-intervention programs so therapy can continue during the pandemic.
Increasingly online, more universities are being sued by students with disabilities
At least 35 lawsuits have been filed this summer against universities for not making their content accessible to disabled students.
5 ways edtech tools can support small group reading instruction
Commentary: Though not a replacement for paper, edtech can enhance learning for struggling students says edWeb.net’s Eileen Belastock.
EdTech Hero: Val Emrich promotes accessibility for students with disabilities in Maryland
Under Emrich's leadership, "accessibility for all students" has become a major theme in statewide meetings, conferences and events.