Assistive Technology CoP

Region 10 Guide to Consideration

Region 10 Assistive Technology Training

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Region 10 AT Training is available for increasing your knowledge and skills in providing access to students with disabilities to:

  • Create Accessible Documents
  • Complete AT Consideration Process
  • Understanding the AT Process used in Region 10


  • To increase your effectiveness as an AT Consultant/Specialist.
  • To collect information that pertains to how you spend your time.
  • Increase the ability to track your work.
  • Identify levels of intensity for the support you provide staff, students, and parents.

Join the Course

  1. Log in to Schoology at
  2. Select the Courses dropdown menu in the top menu.
  3. Click on the Join link in the Courses dropdown.
  4. Enter your access code: SNRSZ-RC53W
  5. Click the Join button.

Assistive Technology Low Incidence Talking Points

Lending Library Resource Links:




  • Bookshare® has a number of guides and webinars to help you get the most out of Bookshare.

Increasing Accountability & Service Delivery Data Share with District Representatives

Accessibility Quick Cards

Accessibility Quick Cards are available as a cheat sheet to making accessible documents to provide Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) for students.

ARC Toolbox

The Arc’s Tech Toolbox™ is a place to find, share, rate and review technology for people with disabilities.\


Accessibility Settings: iOS 10 & 11 (iPad)

Check out the question scenarios for the Accessibility iOS 10, or Accessibility iOS 11 if you find yourself asking the same question then click on the link and discover how you can assist your student by turning on the specific accessibility setting built into iOS 10 & 11.

Microsoft: The Innovator’s Guide to Modern Note Taking

Innovators-Guide-to-Notetaking is How businesses can harness the digital revolution – “Keeping notes is a mess. There’s the three semi-filled notebooks on your bookshelf, stickies plastered to your desk, and in all the reminders you’ve completely forgotten which record is where.”