Paths to Technology is excited to announce its first newsletter! Previously, P2T subscribers received an email each Monday with one popular P2T post. Starting today, December 17, 2018, P2T subscribers will receive a bi-weekly newsletter containing multiple posts. The newsletter will share popular posts covering a wide range of tech-related topics. Today's inaugural newsletter contains posts that focus on what your students need to be successful with tech.
If you are one of the 2,000 P2T subscribers, who have been receiving an email each Monday, you will automatically receive the newsletter. If you have not registered on P2T and you have not been receiving the Monday email, you can subscribe to the newsletter here or simply scroll down to the bottom of the Paths to Technology home page. Spread the word - please share the newsletter with colleagues, students and families!
Paths to Technology has grown by leaps and bounds since it was launched in the spring of 2016. We have 50+ bloggers who are Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments, Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialists, students and adults with visual impairments, Assistive Technology/CATIS specialists, and tech companies/app developers who share their knowledge and creativity. Do YOU have a creative tech-related activity or skill that you would like to share? If so, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more! Bloggers of qualified posts can receive payment or CEU credit!
Since the website launched, Paths to Technology has listened to viewer requests and has added pages for Orientation and Mobility and Early Intervention, and has added a block for Technology Discussions. Have a question, suggestion or comment about a particular post? Want to ask the author/blogger for more details? Add your thoughts to the comment section below the post. This suggestion or question will automatically appear in the Tech Discussion section on the Home page, encouraging other viewers to chime in on the discussion. Do you have a question that is not related to a specific post or that you do not want to be made public? Go to the Learn More drop down menu on the left side of the page and select Ask a Question. We will do our best to answer the question or find someone who can answer the question!
Note: The Paths to Technology Newsletter is sent from email@example.com. Please add this email to your contacts or address book to ensure delivery of the newsletter; this is a change from the previous Monday email.
A big thank you to all our bloggers, subscribers and viewers! Together, we are supporting our students to be successful with tech.