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30 June 2017

Introducing our new ASDtech editor – Vanessa Zervogianni

Hello, amazing ASDtech readership! Mihaela has asked me to share a bit about myself with you […]
23 June 2017

How are Individuals with Autism Involved in the Design of Technology? – a 7-year Review

Technology is receiving increasingly more support as benefiting autism intervention. In this context, involving individuals with […]
23 June 2017

Free-access Articles on Autism and Technology – Journal of Enabling Technologies, ITASD & IDC

The Journal of Enabling Technologies (JET) has formed a partnership with the 2017 International Conference on […]
22 June 2017

App to Facilitate Reading – Endless Reader

From the creators of the Endless Alphabet and Sesame Street’s “Monster at the End of This […]
14 June 2017

Exploratory research into the design of computer-based rewards for children with autism and/or ID

Generally, rewards are considered to have a positive impact on motivation, engagement, and performance in learning. […]
1 June 2017

Post-doctoral Position on Technology for Autism at ISIR, Paris, France

Description at a glance Project Title: Developing and implementing a framework for evidence-based practice for technology relevant […]
28 May 2017

New ASDtech Editor: Deadline for Interest Statement and CV Submissions

It is very hard to believe that a year has passed since I am serving as […]
25 May 2017

AppyAutism Project – an Online Search Engine for Apps

Launched by Fundacion Orange and iAutism, AppyAutism is a website created for people with autism, their families and […]
20 May 2017

GapMap: a Crowd-sourcing Tool for Mapping Autism Prevalence around the Globe

In a recent collaboration, researchers from Stanford and Princeton universities have created a crowdsourcing tool, called GapMap, to […]
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