Jennison Asuncion has been appointed to the Advisory Council of the International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, Center on Disabilities, California State University, Northridge (CSUN).
Natalie Martiniello was a panelist at CRISPESH’s Universal Design of Learning Symposium on March 4 at Dawson College.
Jennison Asuncion, co-director of Adaptech, was one of the spotlight speakers at the Ontario Library Association (OLA) Super Conference. His presentation was on Web accessibility.
Funded by FRQSC, this study will explore best pedagogical practices in the use of ICTs and e-learning by Cegep instructors. Take a look at the project description for more information.
We contacted students who participated in a previous study and asked follow-up questions on their academic status or employment situation. Take a look at the project description for more information.
Our research assistant and M.A. candidate, Jill Budd, talks at the Society for the Promotion of the Teaching of English as a Second Language in Quebec (SPEAQ) annual convention on ICTs for English as a second language (ESL) students.
Our Free and Inexpensive Adaptive Technology Database has been updated and includes a new section on Android apps. To extend the usefulness of this database and to make it truly interactive, we implemented accessible Web 2.0 functionality to enable students with disabilities to rate the various software options, propose new ones, and discuss their experiences […]
Adaptech is pleased to welcome Hajer Chalghoumi from Collège de Rosemont as a research associate.
All of us at the Adaptech Research Network mourn the loss of co-director, Maria Barile, who passed away on July 24 after a short illness. A long time, tireless community advocate on behalf of Canadians with disabilities, we at the Adaptech Research Network were extremely fortunate to benefit from her years of knowledge and experience. […]
Catherine Fichten and Laura King discussed findings related to the academic success of students with disabilities and to how faculty can best assist them.