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Maine CITE

The Maine Department of Education’s Maine CITE Program
helps make Assistive Technologies (AT) available to the Maine children,
adults and seniors who need them.

What is Assistive Technology (AT)

Assistive Technology (AT) is any device, piece of equipment or product that makes it easier for someone with a disability to live more independently and safely, work at a job, learn in school, get about their community or pursue play and leisure.

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UMF honors longtime faculty member Loraine Spenciner with dedication, May 6

FARMINGTON, ME (April 29, 2016)—The University of Maine at Farmington is proud to recognize the contributions of Loraine Spenciner, longtime early childhood special education faculty member, with a celebratory dedication of the newly-renamed Loraine J. Spenciner Curriculum Materials Center located in the Theodora J. Kalikow Education Center. The event will be held at noon, Friday,… Read more UMF honors longtime faculty member Loraine Spenciner with dedication, May 6

Free Webinars in May 2016

The following information about free webinars comes from Accessible Technology Coalition: AT And AIM/AEM For On-Demand Access To Reading Materials – Maine AIM Program May 18, 2016 at 3:15 pm Eastern ARIA (“Accessible Rich Internet Applications”) Made EASI from EASI Tuesday May 3, 2016 at 2 pm Eastern Accessibility Basics from ssbBART at 2 pm… Read more Free Webinars in May 2016

Deaf/Hard of Hearing Work Group Webinar

This message is from the RESNA Catalyst Project: Deaf/Hard of Hearing Work Group Webinar: Hearing Loops May 04, 2016 at 3:00 PM EDT. Deaf/Hard of Hearing Work Group Facilitator, Laura Plummer with Wistech/UW Stout, in conjunction with the RESNA Catalyst Project, is scheduling a Work Group/Webinar for May 4, 2016.  This Webinar will feature Audiologist,… Read more Deaf/Hard of Hearing Work Group Webinar