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Assistive Technology Literature

A.T. Literature contains references to a wide variety of books, articles, papers and other paper and electronic publications that deal with topics relating to assistive technology. These include reviews of products; research to develop products and improve existing ones; guidance for selecting assistive products or finding information about funding; or general information on a class of products.

We include a brief summary of each item with information on its content. When possible, we also include a link that will take you to the actual text of each resource. When the material is not available on the Web, there is a link (if available) to the publisher so you can request a copy.

To search by a keyword or key phrase for assistive technology information, type the desired word or phrase below, then click on the "Search" button to the right of the input field or hit the "Enter" key on your keyboard.



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