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Bookmark #4: AT Hero

Hello everyone,

Download the bookmark: AT Hero

There is no new podcast episode with this post. This is the fourth bookmark to be released. You’ll be able to find these files here or over at the Facebook Fan Page for the book. Each bookmark features a character from a cartoon strip within the book created using Bitstrips.com. Feel free to download these bookmarks and do any or all of the following:

1. Post to your blog.

2. Print out to use while you read the book!

3. Print out to give to other educators.

4. Share via your favorite social networking site (like Twitter or Facebook).

5. Post to an online discussion forum.

6. Post to an educational listserv.

and anything else you can think of!

Here’s a link to the fourth bookmark called “AT Hero

AT Hero Bookmark

AT Hero Bookmark

The Book – http://iste.org/chewat
The Book’s Facebook Fan Page – http://bit.ly/atbookfb
Twitter – http://twitter.com/attipscast

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Marketing for “The Practical (and Fun) Guide to Assistive Technology in Public Schools”

Hello everyone,

No new podcast episode with this post but I do have some book related news.  The Practical (and Fun) Guide to Assistive Technology in Public Schools comes out in April 2010.  You can pre-order your copy now from www.iste.org/chewat.  Over the next few weeks there will be much more information coming out about the book, the content within, and ways you can help spread the word to other educators about the book.  Here is just a taste of what is coming down the pike, not necessarily in this order:

1. Table of Contents

2.  Book Excerpt – Chapter 6: Choosing Assistive Technology Teammates (.PDF version)

3.  Book Excerpt – Chapter 6: Choosing Assistive Technology Teammates (.mp3 version)

4. “Practical” Video Trailer

5. “Fun” Video Trailer

6. Bookmarks for Bloggers —>Download the Complete Set of Bookmarks!

and more!

In order to get the word out about the book, it is our hope that you will spread these files around, sharing them with other educators who might be interested in the content.  Feel free to send them out via e-mail, post to your favorite social networking site (like Facebook or Twitter), tell people about them on listservs, have discussions on forums, and  print out paper versions to give other educators!

Thanks in advance and I hope you enjoy the experience of reading the book as well as helping it become a success!

The Book – http://iste.org/chewat
The Book’s Facebook Fan Page – http://bit.ly/atbookfb
Twitter – http://twitter.com/attipscast

Cover for The Practical (and Fun) Guide to Assistive Technology in Public Schools

The Practical (and Fun) Guide to Assistive Technology in Public Schools