Upcoming Learning Opportunities
Register for the Online by Design Course - Creating Accessible and Engaging Online Learning - Deadline 1/21/2022

Participants will learn how to create well-designed online/blended instruction that incorporates both principles of accessibility and the Universal Design for Learning Framework. Participants will receive a $150.00 scholarship to enroll in the course.

Check out the ATIA Learning Center!

The ATIA Learning Center has over 140 high-quality professional development webinars and courses. These are available at no charge for Nebraska Residents. Many of these courses have FREE ASHA and IACET CEUs. To gain access to the ATIA Learning Center, please visit the link below.

Register for FREE Upcoming Professional Development Webinars!

Adoption vs. Abandonment: Assistive Technology Consideration with Sayard Bass

AT On the Move – Executive Functioning Supports that Fit in Your Pocket with Cassie Frost 

Visual Supports Beyond the Visual Schedule. Why Students on the Autism Spectrum Benefit from Visual Supports & in What Ways Can We Provide Various Visuals to Support Your Students Academically, Socially, and Behaviorally with Mo Buti

Switch Control on the iPad - Basic with Mark Coppin 

Quality Assistive Technology Services Webinar Series: What is AT? with Brian Wojcik

Access to Math on the IPad with Mark Coppin

Quality Assistive Technology Services Webinar Series: Evaluation of AT Needs (Part 1) - Gather and Discuss with Brian Wojcik

Early Childhood Math Series: Sets, Sorting, & Patterns with Beth Poss

Quality Assistive Technology Services Webinar Series: Evaluation of AT Needs (Part 2) - Feature Matching with Brian Wojcik

Assistive Technology Supports for Students Who Struggle with Processing with Cassie Frost

Quality Assistive Technology Services Webinar Series: Evaluation of AT Needs (Part 3) - Conducting Tool Trials with Brian Wojcik

The Nebraska Assistive Technology Partnership Education Program provides statewide services to IFSP and IEP team members working with children and students with disabilities birth to 21 who are receiving services within school systems. All decisions related to assistive technology services and devices are made by the IFSP/IEP team.