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Title of Handout/Link to website Description Company Name/Author Website

25 Things to Do with a Switch Activated Pouring Cup

This is a list of some fabulous ideas that you can do with your students if you have a switch activated pouring cup…let the fun begin!

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs Blog

Kate Ahern
60 Things to Do With a Single Switch This is a list of some great ideas of things to do with a single switch.

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs Blog

Kate Ahern

Fifty Fun Ideas for Simple Switch or Low Tech Activities

This is a list of some great ideas of things to do with a single switch

NCATP

Molly Shannon

Two Switches for Success: Access for Children with Severe Physical and/or Multiple Challenges

This article helps you consider what your children need to become successful scanners.

Simplified Technology

Linda J. Burkhart, Dale Gardner, Gretchen Hanser, Deanna Wagner
Mouse House Directions

This is the handout for you if your students experience physical challenges that prevent them from being able to control the mouse on the computer

Simplified Technology

Linda Burkhart

PowerLink Switch Elementary: Using a Switch in Elementary School

This is a wonderful article that is chalked full of ideas and activities that you can use for your PowerLink. Provincial Integration Support Program

Ideas on How to Use the PowerLink at Home and School

This is a fabulous article of great activities that you can use with the PowerLink. Northcott: Computer Assistive Technology Services
Camera Mouse A free program that enables you to control the mouse pointer on your computer screen just by moving your head. Cameramouse: Innovative software for people with disabilities
Dwell Clicker This is a free program that works with the Camera Mouse.  It allows the user to Left-Click, Right-Click, Click & Drag, and Double Click. Sensory Software International Ltd.

Free and Low Cost Head and Eye Tracking software

Head Tracking and Eye Gaze Tracking are two very different things. Head tracking uses a camera to translate a body part movement, typically the head, into mouse movement. Eye Gaze Tracking is more complicated, using one or more cameras to translate slight movements of the eye into mouse movements. Please do not use the terms interchangeably.

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs Blog

Kate Ahern

System Utilities OATC Handout OATC put together a handout on system utilities for Windows '07 OATC take me there