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Assistive technology and autism: Expanding the technology leadership role of the school librarian

@article{EnnisCole2011AssistiveTA,
  title={Assistive technology and autism: Expanding the technology leadership role of the school librarian},
  author={Demetria L. Ennis-Cole and D. Smith},
  journal={School Libraries Worldwide},
  year={2011},
  volume={17},
  pages={86}
}
  • Demetria L. Ennis-Cole, D. Smith
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology
  • School Libraries Worldwide
  • Assistive Technology is any device, auxiliary aid, or low to high technology tool that allows a user with a disability (cognitive, physical, or neurological) to perform tasks that would be extremely difficult or impossible without the apparatus. Access to assistive technology in schools and public places is an attempt to "level the playing field" for individuals with disabilities by providing them with access to services, education, and employment. Technology support enables individuals with… CONTINUE READING
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