Pepnet2 (pn2) is a national collaboration of professionals with expertise in a broad array of content areas and a variety of environments, including research, technology, personnel development, media production, and technical assistance who work in support of individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, including those with co-occurring disabilities.
- Live, one-on-one assistance in a variety of communication modes,
- In-person and online training,
- Materials that are downloadable, printable or available as hard copies
Pepnet2 also offers:
- Technical Assistance to improve educational, programmatic, and vocational accessibility.
- Professional Development
- Research and Evidence Synthesis
- Leadership Coordination
For more specifics about what is offered, check out the About Us website section.
A GREAT resource to peruse is the Online Notetaker Training! This is a self-guided training which defines the role of the notetaker, provides notetaking strategies, and information on hearing loss for students are deaf or hard of hearing.
COAT advocates for accessibility and usability of technology for people with disabilities. COAT’s overall aim is to ensure accessibility, usability, and affordability of all broadband, wireless, and Internet technologies for people with disabilities.
I’ve been preparing for a presentation on Apps and Ethics this week in North Carolina and was reminded of a good book for Non-Profit leaders…Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission…which reminded me of a great website for Non-Profit leaders…NTEN.
From the Book: (book can be found on Amazon)
How do you determine a good ROI?
How do you budget and staff for technology?
What is effective Online Communication?
From the Website:
The Non Profit Technology Network (NTEN) strives to provide resource and support to non-profit technology leaders. This is a membership organization, but there is a FREE journal subscription – NTEN Change!