Activity 13.1 - Assistive technology "familiarity audit"
My context is that I work with disabled students in a university setting. On a daily basis I work one-to-one with students with sensory impairments and Asperger syndrome and so I am very familiar with the enabling technologies that they use. In the summer I work for Open University summer schools and with students who have a wider range of impairments which has given me some experience of technologies used by students with motor and cognitive impairment.
Some of the technologies of which I am aware and that were not included on this list are:
Not familiar with this
If you have some direct or indirect knowledge please fill in these columns by ticking the type of impairment that has been addressed with this technology
* one handed
Switches (with mounting device)
USB memory stick
Software - (in-built)
On screen keyboard
Software - (third party)