Project AT is a collaboration between the RI Department of Education, TechACCESS, and the Sherlock Center on Disabilities.
Project AT offers Fall and Spring Cohorts for Teachers and Teacher Assistants where they can learn about assistive technology (AT), the SETT Framework, and implementation strategies for integrating AT into their classrooms.
To date, we have had over 100 Rhode Island teachers and teacher assistants participate in Project AT.
We are proud to launch the Project AT Network website. This website will provide past Project AT participants with an opportunity to network by sharing ideas, asking questions, and collaborating in a secure forum.
This site will also offer vast resources, searchable by content area, and weekly Tech Tips to anyone who visits the site.