Assistive Technology Leaders in Special Education (ATLiS)
ATLiS is a collaborative, interdisciplinary project that will prepare participants with deep knowledge of assistive technology practices and polices. Graduates will acquire the skills to become school and district leaders who are able to support the academic and behavioral needs of students with multiple disabilities through the use of effective, evidence-based assistive technology methods.
To take courses in this program you must apply and be accepted into a program cohort. To learn more about the certificate program or to apply, please visit the department’s website. Or you can submit a question to project coordinator Chris Emerling at firstname.lastname@example.org.