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The 3rd Annual Virtual TechKnowledgy Conference was held on November 11-15, 2013. The opening keynote was on Monday, November 11, featuring Penny Reed who focused on integrating assistive technology to improve the performance of students on the Standards of Learning. Daily webinars featured:

  • Digital Print Plus MS Word Equals Access…a Winning Equation,
  • Accessible Academic Activities – Literacy, AAC and Core Vocabulary
  • Who Needs AT in an Early Childhood Classroom?
Registration was free and Certificates of Participation for licensure renewal were provided following completion of each event. The new Virtual Exhibit Halls stayed open the entire week for the participants to explore new and "tried-and-true" AT resources.

Welcome from Erin Smydra, Education Specialist for Autism, Intellectual Disabilities, and Assistive Technology,Virginia Department of Education

This conference is sponsored by the Virginia Department of Education’s Training and Technical Assistance Centers (T/TAC) in an effort to provide ongoing professional development in the area of assistive technology to practitioners and families supporting students with disabilities.