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The UDLab has over 60 devices, applications and other software that are identified as low, middle, or high technology. Many of these AT tools are made available through our collaboration with Tools for Life, Georgia's Assistive Technology Program. Items ranging from pencil grips, ball chair, and color overlays to digital microscopes, virtual reality (VR) headsets, and the Oculus Rift can be found in the lab inventory. Descriptions are provided at each station for the assistive technologies. These descriptions provide instructions for interacting with each station, how the technology can be implemented in the classroom, and how the technology addresses the specific needs of learners.

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