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Technology Supports for Individuals with Disabilities in New York State: A Survey of Current Status
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Journal for Leadership and Instruction Volume 17, Number 1, ISSN 2475-6023

Abstract

This exploratory study examines the current use of instructional technology, and assistive technologies for support of individuals with learning disabilities as well as other disabilities in New York State. The researchers used SurveyMonkey and postings on social media websites for various professional organizations to solicit responses to a questionnaire from individuals working with or caring for persons with disabilities. A small sample of responses (N=122) revealed barriers to the use of technology, as well as the preferred type and most convenient for persons with disabilities. School districts may want to use this survey with students, parents and community members.

Citation

Laskowski, M.M., Reinecke, D.R. & Chen, H.l. (2018). Technology Supports for Individuals with Disabilities in New York State: A Survey of Current Status. Journal for Leadership and Instruction, 17(1), 20-26. Retrieved November 12, 2019 from .

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