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.
ATOB Aim & Scope
The journal’s purpose is to advance the AT industry by (a) fostering communication among stakeholders interested in the field of AT, including manufacturers, vendors, practitioners, policy makers, researchers, consumers with disabilities, and family members; (b) facilitating evidence-based demonstrations and case-based dialogue regarding effective AT devices and services; and (c) helping stakeholders advocate for effective AT devices and services. Articles may be submitted under three categories: Voices from the Field, Voices from the Industry, Voices from Academia. Refer to the ATOB Editorial Policy for more information.
Here’s a short video, introducing ATOB, the free online access and subscription, and how to become a reviewer or an author: ATOB: An Introduction
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ATOB is also available with a subscription to EBSCO, the world’s largest online research database, and through the Education Resources and Information Center (ERIC), the world’s largest digital library of education literature. ATOB was recently added to ProQuest and Scopus – internationally recognized online research databases.
Call for Reviewers!
ATOB is looking for reviewers for the next issue of the journal. If you are interested in becoming a reviewer, please sign up online: ATOB Reviewer Sign Up
Volume 17 Theme: Best Practices for the Design and Development of AT Products
This volume of ATOB invites authors representing Voices from Academia, Voices from Industry, and Voices from the Field to submit manuscripts pertaining to the design and development of hardware, software, or hybrid products benefiting individuals with disability. Research articles from academia, case studies from the industry, as well as experiences from AT Makers are all welcome to contribute to Volume 17.
CURRENT VOLUME NOW AVAILABLE: Volume 16 Issue 1: Assistive Technology Services During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic
Volume 16 Issue 1 aims to explore assistive technology services during and after the COVID-19 pandemic along with an analysis of lessons learned. Articles cover services across a range of age groups (e.g., school-aged children, post-secondary education, adults in the workforce) and across different forms of assistive technology. Articles include studies on organizational efforts (e.g., states, school districts, non-profit organizations, vendors) to pivot traditional service delivery models as well as new service delivery models (e.g., remote instruction, tele-practice, web-based). Articles may describe any “lessons learned,” and, if available, evidence of the effectiveness of the new service delivery models and how such models may be continued or extended in a post-pandemic world.
This issue also includes articles from the broad scope of assistive technology research as part of ATOB’s mission to bring together the latest research in assistive technology in its annual issue.
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Open Access Policy
All articles published in ATOB are made freely available online immediately upon publication, without fees or registration requirements.
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