Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits (ATOB)

ATIA, in partnership with the Special Education Assistive Technology (SEAT) Center at Illinois State University, produces ATOB to promote the outcomes and benefits of assistive technology for persons with disabilities across the lifespan. ATOB is a peer-reviewed annual publication. The journal is free for download and available in multiple accessible formats.  ATOB is available with subscription to EBSCO, the world’s largest online research database, and via Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), the world's largest digital library of education literature.

Free ATOB Journal Subscription Sign Up         Questions? Email us at: atob@atia.org

Copies of ATOB Journal are available for download at no fee or as formatted printed copies, for a fee, via Lulu, an online print-on-demand service. (Special Issues may be only available via Lulu.)  

NEW: Vol 8 Issue 1 (Fall 2012) Focused Issue: The Role of Higher Education in Preparing Education Professionals to Use Assistive Technology

Vol 7 Issue 1 (Nov 2011)
Vol 6 Issue 1 (Nov 2010) Focused Issue: State of the Science for Technology Transfer
Vol 5 Issue 1 (Nov 2008)
Vol 4 Issue 1 (Nov 2007)
Vol 3 Issue 1 (Nov 2006)
Vol 2 Issue 1 (Nov 2005)
Vol 1 Issue 1 (Nov 2004)

Individual Issues available in printed versions or as collected volumes.

Archived ATOB Special Issues:

2008 Special Issue

Delivering the D in R&D: Recommendations for Increasing Transfer Outcomes from Development Projects. 

 

 

 

Lane, Joseph P. (PDF Download)

*Cited in World Health Organization World Report on Disability (2011)

 Delivering on the 'D' in R&D: Recommendations for Increasing Transfer Outcomes from Developmental Projects  Paperback version. 69 pages. $49.95 fee.

2010 Special Issues

SUMMER, 2010: Focused Issue: State of the Science for Technology Transfer, Summer 2010 

FALL, 2010: Special Issue: Assistive Technology and Autism Spectrum Disorders: Research-Based Practice & Innovation in the Field

This special issue of Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits focuses on research related to assistive technology applications for children with autism.  Paperback version only. 92 pages. $49.95 fee.

A A A