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MITS Summer Institute

AT Low Tech Make-n-Take

Presenters: Barbara Meier & Darryl Robbins
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What’s new at Tobii ATI

Presenter: Dan Lipka
Powerpoint Icon Celebrating Communication!
PDF Icon Revealing The Secrets Of Eye Tracking
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Digital Reading: From Evaluation to Implementation

Presenters: Denise C. DeCoste, Ed.D.&Linda Bastiani Wilson, M.A., Ed.
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Kurzweil 3000 - v.11 New Features

Presenter: Dennis Haggerty
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Learn Morse Code in 20 minutes. Use it for a lifetime of communication!

Presenter: Dixon Romney
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Introduction to Universal Design for Learning and the Brain Science Behind It

Presenter: Melody Faith
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Using the SETT Model to Create Opportunities to Communicate

Presenters: Raynell Clark, M.A. CCC-SLP and Kim Ceasar
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Create&Share: Accessible eBooks with UDL BookBuilder &
Pocket Pals: Portable Apps for Learning

Presenter: Skip Stahl
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Evaluating for Technology: Task Components and Task Solutions

FreeTech: Ubiquitous Tools as Individualized Supports

Toolbelt Theory for Everyone: Preparing for a Lifetime of Learning

Presenter: Ira Socol
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A member of The Alliance for Technology Access

Michigan's Integrated Technology Supports (MITS) is an Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Grant Funded Initiative through the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Special Education.