(Student, Environment, Task, and Tool) format to guide the decision-making process. While all of the content is not specific to students with visual impairments, much of it is applicable or can be easily modified to guide teams in selecting the assistive technology that is most appropriate for an individual student.
Table of Contents:
Each section also includes a checklist that can be downloaded by teams doing an assistive technology assessment on an individual student. These forms are to be used while referring back to the full chapter.
Available as a free download
from WATI (Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative) and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI).
5th edition (2009)