Assistive Technology

Supporting Student Access to Education


Hello, my name is Jennifer Goodman. I am an Assistive Technology Consultant with the Tompkins-Seneca-Tioga BOCES in Ithaca, NY. With the Curriculum and Support Team (CAST), we perform assistive technology evaluations, training, workshops, research, and provide support to the component school districts in the region. I have also provided training at the local, regional, and state level regarding technology supports for students with disabilities. I am also a pediatric Occupational Therapist and have worked with students with children from birth – age 21 for over 14 years.

To request an Assistive Technology Evaluation, download and complete the referral form below and return to Cheryl Button at TST BOCES. Or call Jennifer Goodman at 257-2530, ext. 5034.

Assistive Technology Brochure

Assistive Technology Evaluation or Consultation Referral

Bookshare Web Reader now available for students with organizational memberships (optimized for
Google Chrome and Safari)


Roger Ebert TED Talk discussing Assistive Technology
and AAC


AT Word Cloud

Word Clouds

Tagxedo

Wordle

ABCya! Word Clouds


 The Case Against Assistive Technology


From the Babies with iPads Blog

Becoming Han Solo


Waiting to get your free digital NIMAS, DAISY or BOOKSHARE books into a portable eReader?

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Check out this link to learn the steps of transferring digital files into friendly formats for Nook, Sony Reader, iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone and Kindle:

http://assistivetek.blogspot.com/2010/11/daisytoepub-to-kindle-3.html

  • Using Don Johnston’s new application DAISYtoEPUB you can convert digital files (NIMAS, DAISY, Bookshare) to the EPUB format used by popular mainstream eReaders.
  • The Kindle 3 has an extra step requiring Calibre software to convert the files to the Mobi format used by Kindle.