Date: January 28-30, 2010
Dr. Penny Reed has had a very productive career in assistive technology. Her two snippets tell you how she entered the field of special education and her concerns about AT training for young professionals.
However, to get a more complete picture of her career you'll need to download the transcript of her interview.
There you'll be able to learn of some of the projects she has been responsible for:
- The Oregon Technology Access Program (ATAP) that she constructed with Gayl Bowser.
- The Wisconsin AT Initiative (WATI).
- The WATI Assessment Package.
- Assessing Students' Needs for AT (ASNAT)
- Penny was also an important player in the birth and growth of Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology (QIAT) with Jane Korsten, Joy Zabala, and hundreds more.
- Education Tech Points with Gay Bowser.
- The AT Quick Wheel.
Snippet 1: "Tell us about your entry into the field of disabilities."
Snippet 2: "What concerns do you have regarding AT training for young professionals?"
Download: Full Transcript