The Assistive Technology Library (ATL) offers educators, member districts and family members the technological resources needed to maximize learning and develop the skills of learners with disabilities. The ATL provides cutting-edge, high-tech equipment, as well as basic low-tech equipment on loan to Northeast Metro 916 and its member districts for up to six weeks. This service allows educators and families the opportunity to try technology hardware, software, and adaptive equipment prior to making a decision to purchase products for a student.

The ATL objectives are to:

· Provide access to assistive technology

· Promote functional life skills through education, training, and advocacy

· Support people engaged in those activities

· Offer collaboration and networking

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