A.T.TIPSCAST Episode #95: Itchin’ for Switchin’

This is a picture of two marks caused by a type of damage on a piece of furniture

Episode Overview-

This episode of the A.T.TIPSCAST is sponsored by Texthelp Systems, provider of award-winning literacy solutions including Read&Write GOLD and Fluency Tutor. To learn about these products and their new suite of web apps go to www.texthelp.com.

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Episode #95 features a discussion of implementation strategies and tools for accessing technology using switches.

This episode also features a bumper from Kirk Behnke, from the Texas Assistive Technology Network, who offers an invitation to the statewide assistive technology conference coming up in June.

A.T.TIPS in this Episode:

A.T.TIP 277 – Using a Switch to Cause a Human Reaction

A.T.TIP 278 – Favorable Tactile Textures on Switch Surfaces

A.T.TIP 279 – HelpKidzLearn.com – Switch accessible games

A.T.TIP 280 – http://bbc.in/sixgames – Switch accessible games

A.T.TIP 281 – Switch accessible mini-golf from the AccessApps suite of tools from EduApps as presented by Mark Nichols, Loudoun County Public Schools Special Education Supervisor.

A.T.TIP 282 – OneSwitch.org.uk – Blog with information about accessibility including switch accessible materials.

Also Mentioned in This Episode-

Can you guess what caused the damage to the piece of furniture in the picture at the top of this blog post? Leave your guesses in the comments section of the blog or contact me using the links below with your guesses.

HINT: It is related to the content in this episode.

Contact Information-

About.me/chrisbugaj

Twitter.com/attipscast

attipscast@gmail.com

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6 thoughts on “A.T.TIPSCAST Episode #95: Itchin’ for Switchin’

  1. Christine Horvath

    I believe the picture is of a burn of some sort made into the surface of a table covered with vinyl wood veneer. The burn could be from a cigarette, but given the nature of this blog I am guessing it is from a switch that shorted out

    Reply
    1. Christopher Bugaj Post author

      Christine!!! You are partly correct! That is indeed a burn on a table, but not from a switch shorting out. It absolutely has to do with switches (and being frugal). AWESOME GUESS!!!

      Reply
    1. Christopher Bugaj Post author

      Exactly Jeannette! Nice teamwork! Christine got the first part and you brought it home! We were making our own switches using a soldering gun to make the connections!!! Someone, not me, no never me, put the gun down on the table…more than once!!

      Reply

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