Assistive Technology for Students with Mild Disabilities
Intervention in School and Clinic Volume 30, Number 2, ISSN 1053-4512
This article reviews the legislative history of assistive technology, discusses its benefits to and applications in learning environments for students with mild disabilities, outlines pertinent issues, and makes suggestions for selecting and using the various technologies. An appendix examines national policy on assistive technology and state policy in Virginia. (JDD)
Behrmann, M.M. (1994). Assistive Technology for Students with Mild Disabilities. Intervention in School and Clinic, 30(2), 70-83.
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