A.T.TIPSCAST Episode #114: Achieving Change Through Professional Development

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Episode #114 features a reading of the extended version of an article written by Beth Poss and Chris Bugaj for the Assistive Technology Industry Association’s April Newsletter. The article describes effective professional development practices useful for any institution.

Read a transcript of the extended version of the article

A.T.TIPS in this Episode –

A.T.TIP #342 – Maryland Assistive Technology Network Webinars

A.T.TIP #343 – Screencastomatic.com

A.T.TIP #344 – Skitch

A.T.TIP #345 – ScreenChomp (App for iOS)

A.T.TIP #346 – Educreations

A.T.TIP #347 – Sliderocket.com

A.T.TIP #348 – Pinterest.com for Professional Development

A.T.TIP #349 – Zite (app)

A.T.TIP #350 – Scoop.it

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