AT Independence in College: The QIAT-PS Student Self-evaluation Matrix
In this session, we will look at factors students must consider when attending college, including accessing available AT services and supports. A newly revised student self-evaluation matrix will be presented as a strategy for preparing students for independence with AT during the transition from high school to post-secondary education.
Gayl Bowser’s work as an independent consultant focuses on the integration of technology into the educational programs of students with disabilities. Ms. Bowser provides assistive technology consultation, training and technical assistance throughout the United States and internationally. Gayl has co-authored numerous publications about assistive technology services and is a member of the leadership team of the Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology (QIAT) Consortium. She is a member of the faculty for Portland State University and the University of Oregon. You can learn more about Gayl on her blog at http://www.integrateat.com
Project Coordinator on Educational and Assistive Technology with the Great Lakes ADA Center
Janet has 20 years of experience and knowledge in the area of technology for people with disabilities. She has worked extensively with transition teams and higher education institutions to improve service delivery of assistive technology. She is the creator and developer of Punch-in a self-directed employment resource for young adults with disabilities. Janet also codirects, with the Southwest ADA Center, the Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology in Post Secondary (QIAT-PS) project which provides tools and training for students and campuses to improve assistive technology service delivery.