Webinars and Presentations


In the age of online learning, webinars are one of the best ways to reach a large audience. I greatly enjoy giving webinars about how assistive technology can benefit those with dyslexia and other learning differences. Here are some of my recent web-based presentations that were recorded. You can watch them by clicking or tapping on the buttons below.


AIM Institute - Teachable Moments

  • AIM Institute - Access to the Experts Speaker Series - May 2017
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AT Solutions for Students with Dyslexia: Case Studies & Options

  • Central Texas Dyslexia Conference - October 2016
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Assistive Technology in the Workplace

  • Eye to Eye Alumni Webinar - June 2016
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A Step in the Write! Direction: Make Writing Easier with Assistive Technology

  •  Learning Ally Webinar Series - November 2014
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Conference Presentations

I also appreciate the opportunity to attend educational conferences focusing on dyslexia and assistive technology. In addition to meeting new people and reconnecting with friends, traveling to conferences gives me the opportunity to stay current in both AT and the best ways to educate those with dyslexia. It’s also a lot of fun to share what I already know. In recent years, I have given presentations at the following conferences:

  • ATIA (Assistive Technology Industry Association)
  • Closing the Gap
  • Spotlight on Dyslexia (Learning Ally’s online virtual conference)
  • ATCNE (Assistive Technology Conference of New England)
  • EdRev (Education Revolution)
  • IDA (International Dyslexia Association)
  • NJIDA (New Jersey Branch of International Dyslexia Association)
  • AOGPE (Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators)
  • Everyone Reading - New York

Here are the titles of some of my recent presentations:

AT Solutions for Students with Dyslexia: Case Studies and Options (Full-Day Seminar)

Lock and Key: Securing iPad Accessibility with Third-Party Keyboards

Mind Maps to the LD Stars: Graphic Organizers as AT

Playing with a Full Deck: Using Assistive Technology to Study Vocabulary

Postcards from the Cutting Edge: A Road Trip of Assistive Technology for LD Students

Man Seeking Chocolate: Using Assistive Technology to Write a Research Report

The Perfect Marriage: How AT Complements Language Remediation

iBooks as AT: Hands on with iBooks Author

Help! - Combining AT and Active Reading to Study The Beatles