Assistive Technology Internet Modules
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ATIM is designed to provide high-quality information and professional development on assistive technology (AT) for educators, professionals, families, persons with disabilities, and others. Each module guides you through case studies, instructional videos, pre- and post-assessments, a glossary, and much more. ATIM modules are available at no cost. Fee based certificate and credit options are coming soon.

Earn Graduate Credit

Coming soon! Earn graduate credit - ATIM makes it easy. ATIM graduate credit courses are self-paced take place entirely online. No face-to-face meetings are required. Stay tuned for a list of universities offering graduate credit for ATIM modules.

Earn Professional Development Certificates

Coming soon! It's simple to earn professional development certificates using ATIM. Certificates verify your participation and completion of modules. Professional development certificates will be available in early 2014.

Earn Continuing Education Credit

Coming soon! Earn continuing education credits from various professional organizations using ATIM. ATIM will pilot this new program by providing continuing education credits from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) in 2014. Stay tuned for a list of other professional organizations that will offer continuing education credits.

Having this knowledge base so readily available is a wonderful resource! The information is timely, accurate and clearly presented. I refer professionals and families to the ATIM modules frequently and I am thrilled to see the expanding list of new modules!

MaryJo Wendling, OTR/L,
The Ohio State University Nisonger Center
Toy and Technology Library

As a university instructor for both undergraduate and graduate courses for special education teachers, I find that the ATIM modules are invaluable in helping my students get the information that they need about assistive technology. The modules can be used individually in courses that address topics such as academic instruction, life skills development strategies, and transiton planning. The modules also provide an excellent resource for classes that focus entirely on Assistive Technology devices and services.

Gayl Boswer, MS., Ed.,
Independent Consultant,
Former coordinator of the
Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP)

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