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24 March 2017

If You Are a Practitioner, What is Your Experience of Technology Use in Autism Education?

Maggi Laurie, PhD student in DART  at the University of Edinburgh, is looking for practitioners who work […]
19 March 2017

Connecting through Kinect: Designing and Evaluating a Collaborative Game with and for Autistic Individuals

An interdisciplinary team at the College of Staten Island led by Dr. Kristen Gillespie (Psychology) and Dr. […]
18 March 2017

Details on Topics Covered – ITASD International Conference 2017: 30 June – 2 July, Valencia, Spain

As mentioned in a previous news post, the 3rd edition of the International Conference on Innovative Technologies for […]
27 February 2017

Brain-imaging methods and computer algorithms might predict autism in children at high-risk

Part of a collaboration between various universities from U.S.A and Canada, a recent study provides evidence for the potential […]
22 February 2017

Following Directions App

Following Directions Game is a new app from Innovative Investments Limited that aims to help children learn […]
19 February 2017

RASD Journal – Special Issue on Digital Technologies for Autistic People to Support Interaction and Embodiment in the Real World

The Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders (RASD) journal with Mark Brosnan, Nicola Yuill, Judith Good, Sarah […]
6 February 2017

ITASD International Conference 2017: 30 June – 2 July, Valencia, Spain

The International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ITASD) is back in 2017 with its 3rd […]
31 January 2017

Autism and New Technologies Call for Projects

The International Foundation of Applied Disability Research (FIRAH) in collaboration with Orange Foundation and UEFA Foundation […]
31 January 2017

Giving Voice – Book on the Role of Communication Technologies for People with Speech Disorders

Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at Northeastern University, Meryl Alper provides new perspectives on the role mobile […]
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