October 14th, 2010
In the Articles page, added an article from the Wall Street Journal Digits feature on how iPads with technology like Proloquo2Go is helping children with autism. Also found a feature from Minnesota on a program that is using iPads and other mobile tech to helpadults with autism as they try to integrate into the work force. Great to see the range of people who can benefit from these devices.


October 14th, 2010
Added a section to the Apps page for apps that can be used in place of a mouse to control the computer. Added the following to the Story telling section of the Apps page: StoryBuddy, Storyrobe and SonicPics. Added Sign4Me to the Hearing section, and Bumps to Vision section. These are apps for those who want to practice the Braille alphabet or learn sign language. Also added oMoby, which is a shopping app recommended by a friend who is blind as a quick way to identify products at the supermarket or store. Added Idea Sketch to the Literacy section. This is a free brainstorming app for creating diagrams and outlines.

September 29, 2010
Added new sections for story telling apps (new apps: Story Patch and Drawing Pad) and vision apps (new app: Color Identifier). Added Wikipanion to Apps page.


September 16, 2010
Added a new video tutorial on how to create ePub books for the iPad with Pages '09. To view the tutorial, visit our Video Tutorials page.

September 13, 2010
Added a new forum to consolidate all discussions in one place. Update (10/14/10): this was later removed. Embedded forum was not being used.

September 10, 2010
Created a new Articles section to compile news stories and other features on the iPad and iPod touch.
Added several new apps to the Apps page, including: SmallTalk Aphasia, iComm, TapToTalk, Model Me Going Places 2, Visules, and Time Timer.

August 20, 2010
Added embedded videos for Behavior Tracker Pro, Percentally, and iConverse. As I come across more of these, I will add them to our Video Tutorials page.

August 19, 2010
Say hello to Steve from Behavior Tracker Pro in our PDF Tutorials discussion area. He is giving away some codes for BTP for those who are interested. I'm sure he would love to hear how you are all using his program in your classrooms. Codes are first come, first served. For more information about Behavior Tracker Pro, visit their website.

August 18, 2010
Updated App List: Talk to Me, MyTalk, TapSpeak Sequence, Tap Speak Button, WordWeb, iDress, First Then Visual Schedule, Aurify
New Video Tutorials: Captioning for Mobile Devices