Assistive Technology Outcomes & Benefits, ATIA’s open-access, online, annual journal of peer-reviewed papers, highlights new information on the outcomes and benefits of assistive technology for persons with disabilities.
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The ATOB Editorial Board invites papers for the upcoming Volume 12, focused on ‘Implementing AT in Practice: New Technologies and Techniques.’ Manuscripts are due on Sunday, April 30, and will be peer reviewed for an anticipated publication date in early 2018.
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Volume 11 ‘Maximizing the Benefits of Evolving Assistive Technology Solutions’ is currently in production.
2016: Vol. 10, Issue 1, “Assistive Technology Outcomes: Meeting the Evidence Challenge”
Editor-in-Chief: Jennifer L. Flagg, Center on KT4TT, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
Associate Editor: Carolyn P. Phillips, Georgia Institute of Technology
2015: Vol. 9, Issue 1, Focused Issue: “Knowledge Translation and Technology Transfer in Assistive Technology”
Editor: Joseph P. Lane, MBPA, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
2012: Vol. 8, Issue 1, Focused Issue: “The Role of Higher Education in Preparing Education Professionals to Use Assistive Technology”
2011: Vol. 7, Issue 1
2010: Vol. 6, Issue 1, Focused Issue: “State of the Science for Technology Transfer”
2010: Vol. 6, Issue 2, Focused Issue: “Assistive Technology and Autism Spectrum Disorders: Research-Based Practice & Innovation in the Field” (available only in print from Lulu for $49.95)
2008: Fall Special Issue: “Delivering on the ‘D’ in R&D: Recommendations for Increasing Transfer Outcomes from Developmental Projects”
Author: Joseph P. Lane, Center for Assistive Technology, University of Buffalo
Special Issue Editor: Howard P. Parette, Special Education Assistive Technology Center, Illinois State University
2008: Vol. 5, Issue 1
2007: Vol. 4, Issue 1
2006: Vol. 3, Issue 1
2005: Vol. 2, Issue 1
2004: Vol. 1, Issue 1
Open Access Policy
All articles published in ATOB are made freely available online immediately upon publication, without fees or registration requirements.
ATOB Editorial Board
Jennifer L. Flagg, Co-Principal Investigator, Center on Knowledge Translation for Technology Transfer
University at Buffalo
Kate Herndon, Director of Educational Product Research
American Printing House for the Blind
Carolyn Phillips, Director, Tools for Life
Georgia Assistive Technology Act Program
Caroline Van Howe, Chief Operating Officer, ATIA
Editorial Board Members
David Banes, Managing Director
David Banes Access and Inclusion Services
Russell T. Cross, Director of Clinical Operations
Prentke Romich Company
Anya Evmenova, Assistant Professor, Assistive and Special Education Technology
George Mason University
Lori Geist, Research Associate/Project Director, Center for Literacy & Disability Studies
UNC Chapel Hill
Ben Satterfield, Research Consultant, Center for AT Excellence
GA Tools for Life at Georgia Institute of Technology
Melissa Snider, Executive Program Manager
Louisiana Assistive Technology Access Network (LATAN)
Co-Director, National Center on Accessible Educational Materials (AEM Center)
Director of Technical Assistance, CAST
2004–2012: Published in partnership with the Special Education Assistive Technology (SEAT) Center at Illinois State University under the editorial leadership of Howard P. Parette, PhD..
2015: ATIA published Vol. 9, Issue 1, Focused Issue: Knowledge Translation and Technology Transfer in Assistive Technology, under the editorial leadership of Joseph P. Lane, MBPA, University at Buffalo (SUNY) and Brian Wojcik, PhD, University of Nebraska, Kearney.
2016: ATIA published Vol. 10, Issue 1, Assistive Technology Outcomes: Meeting the Evidence Challenge, under the editorial leadership of Editor-in-Chief, Jennifer L. Flagg, University at Buffalo (SUNY) and Associate Editor, Carolyn P. Phillips, Georgia Institute of Technology.