Open Access – Special Needs Resources

1Bookshare®Bookshare® is an ebook library. Members can access a huge collection of e-books and read their way with the most customizable e-books for people with reading barriers. The library has 996,893 titles and is the most extensive collection of accessible e-books in the world.
2PaTTAN Family Resources Website for Complex LearnersThe PA Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN), in collaboration with the Bureau of Special Education, has created this website for families and general educators supporting complex learners in virtual learning.
3ASD On The GoASD On The Go is a multi-component intervention for adolescents and young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), created by the University of Kansas, in partnership with Purdue University. Support is offered through three components: (1) online instructional modules, (2) coaching, and (3) self-monitoring.
4Communication, Access, Literacy and Learning (CALL Scotland)Developed by the University of Edinburgh contains information about a range of special needs and learning disabilities. It provides comprehensive insights as to how these needs can be supported in the classroom and makes suggestions regarding practices, tools, and assistive technologies.