In a field as dynamic as Assistive Technology, keeping up with the latest information is ongoing. The quality resources listed here provide educational and professional development opportunities that can work around your schedule throughout the year. The best part is that the vast majority of them are FREE!

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ATIM

Free online AT training modules (free, but can receive certificates or graduate credit for fees)

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CTD 4 Teachers

Center on Technology and Disability AT module specifically designed for teachers (free)

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CTD

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ATC

AT Coalition resources, training, and webinars (free)

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CTG

Closing The Gap live and archived webinars (free)

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SETC

Washington Special Education Technology Center resources and webinars (free)

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AT Makers

DIY AT maker tutorials (free)

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PRC

Prentke-Romich Company sponsored AAC webinars live and on-demand (some free)

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AbleNet

“Ablenet University” webinars live and on-demand (free)

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Don Johnston

Tutorial webinars for Don Johnston software programs (free)

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Tools for Life

Georgia’s Assistive Technology Act Program webinars (free)

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QIAT

Quality Indicators in AT; worldwide listserv of AT practitioners and users sharing resources and info

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ATIA

AT Industry Association (ATIA) webinars (there is a charge)

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RESNA

Rehab Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America continuing education courses and webinars (most have a fee)

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TTAC Online

Virginia’s Training and Technical Assistance Centers online trainings (free)

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OCALI

Ohio Center for Autism and Low-Incidence ASD and Assistive Technology Video Collection

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Perkins

Perkins Schools for the Blind eLerning webinars for assistive technology (free)

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Texas School for the Blind

One of the areas of the Expanded Core Curriculum, AT is a critical area of learning for individuals with visual impairments and deafblindness. (free)

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National AEM Center

Making Everyday Curriculum Materials Accessible for All Learners course and other AEM webinars (free)

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UM-NSU CARD VINE

CARD Virtual Interactive Network for Education webinars on a variety of topics (including assistive technology) related to autism spectrum disorders (free)

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RST

RSTCE offers a variety of CEU accredited, on-demand webinars covering current topics in the field of Rehabilitation Science and Technology (free)

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PowerUp What Works

Personalize instruction with evidence-based strategies and technology to meet the needs of your diverse learners. Modules for ELA, Math, and UDL (free)

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Douglas Education Service District

A collection of webinars about a variety of AT in education topics (free)

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Crick Software

Training webinars for Crick Software reading, writing, and AAC products—such as Clicker (free)

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TextHelp

Trainings, webinars, and presentations about TextHelp products—such as Read & Write (free)

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Texas Assistive Technology Network

Modules as a self-study tool for those wishing to gain more knowledge of assistive technology in education (free)

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UATP

Utah Assistive Technology Program AT training video archives (free)

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CAST

Free Webinars from the developers of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). There are also paid courses available.

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Microsoft Innovative Educator

MIEs use Microsoft tools in the classroom and have learned the fundamentals of applying technology in education. (free)

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Pacer Center

The Pacer Ceter’s TIKES Project is launching a new on demand video series to help educate and inform parents and professionals about using assistive technology with young learners. (free)