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Assistive Technology

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There's a new, interactive, assistive technology platform utilizing 'intended touch' technology. Educators at the ISTE 2010 conference in Denver received a preview of SmartEd Services' TAPit and are calling it a "game changer." What do you think? http://www.teachsmart.org/Tapit/index.html

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