ttp://www.ataccess.org Alliance for Technology Access: Features technology solutions for individuals with disabilities, focuses on adults.
http://www.brainpopesl.com BrainPop ESL BrainPop video for Special Educators
http://www.cast.org CAST: This site includes an annotated list of software able to accommodate different learning styles, information about learning resources, plus effective teaching strategies that accommodate the needs of a wide range of learners.
http://www.childrenssoftware.com Children's Software: The foremost authority on children's software, electronic toys and Internet sites.
http://www.closingthegap.com Closing the Gap: An organization that focuses on computer technology for people with special needs.
http://dotsub.com DotSub This site is a great resource for foreign language teacher, ESL, EFL teachers and teacher of students with hearing impairments. This site has user generated content that is subtitle into many different languages.
http://www.cogcon.com Earobics Cognitive Concepts: Software that teaches phonemic awareness - EXCELLENT program. A leading provider of language and literacy software, books, internet services, and staff development.
http://safesurf.com Internet Rating System: This site is a starting point known for its technical support for parents or for a parent guide to Internet Lifeguard. It will also e-mail new information for parents about new sites appearing on the Internet on a regular basis, along with tips and guides for parents with children online.
http://www.pbs.org/kids PBS for Kids: This is an interactive site for parents and children to play together. The games and activities are focused around characters from PBS programs. They include Arthur, Charlie Horse, Kratt's Kreatures, Mister Rogers, Seasame Street, Storytime, Teletubbies, Theodore Tugboat, Tot's TV, Wimzie's House, Zoom, and other Kids' Shows. Instructions are give about how to play the games and activities.
http://www.sln.org Science Learning Network: This site will enable students, families, and teachers to go to science linked sites that change on a monthly basis. You can also talk with the teachers who teach at one of the six Science Learning Network Schools across the U.S. Visiting one of six science museums is also an option. You can also explore the earth's resources.
http://www.laureatelearning.com/professionals602/index.html Software for Learning Disabled: This web site provides information on special needs software for LD Children. Laureate offers programs for Autism, language delays, voice disorders, and many more. Parents could use this site because it could introduce them to some software that would help their children depending on the learning disability. Laureate programs are used worldwide in homes, schools, and hospitals. It also gives parents an excuse to play on the computer.
http://www.trace.wisc.edu TRACE: TRACE research web site. Mission of the web site is to help people with disabilities reach their lifetime goals through the use of communication, computers, and technology. A good site for parents to get them more educated on assisted technology.