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Technology and Disability-Related Pages:
The Do-It program at the University of Washington - for students with disabilities who are high achievers
Center for Accessible Technology (CforAT) - "The Center for Accessible Technology is a non-profit organization that works with children and adults with disabilities, their families, teachers, counselors, and employers to explore computer systems, adaptive devices and software. We assist people in gaining the knowledge and expertise needed to make the best decisions about selecting and using adaptive computer equipment. The Center empowers consumers not by prescribing aids, but by recognizing that each person has something to contribute to the successful implementation of a technological solution." CforAT is a major contributor to PlaneMath.
Alliance for Technology Access - "The Alliance for Technology Access (ATA) is a network of community-based resource centers dedicated to providing information and support services to children and adults with disabilities, and increasing their use of standard, assistive, and information technologies. Centers can be found all across the country." (CforAT is an ATA site.)
The list of NASA funded K-14 aeronautics education programs.
The list of NASA's outreach programs.
NASA Ames Research Center
NASA's Aeronautics Education Information
NASA Dryden Flight Research Center - Photographs of Aircraft
National Air and Space Museum Home Page
Eisenhower National Clearinghouse - "The Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education (ENC) is funded through a contract with the U. S. Department of Education to provide K-12 teachers with a central source of information on mathematics and science curriculum materials. ENC was established in 1992 at The Ohio State University and is located in Columbus, Ohio."
CyberFair - CyberFair is "An "Internet Style Learning" opportunity that encourages schools and their communities to use the Internet to share resources, establish partnerships and work together to accomplish common goals."
LETSNet - "LETSNet is a dynamic on-line environment where teachers can develop their understandings of the Web and find ways to effectively use - or make sense of - the World-Wide Web in their classrooms. To help teachers achieve these goals, we have organized teaching resources around classroom teachers' stories, including lesson plans, curriculum standards and guides, pointers to e-mail discussion lists, and many other Internet and Web materials. The stories we have collected about teachers document their feelings about their successes, lessons learned, and plans for future Internet activities with their students."
Math Lessons - A comprehensive listing of math lessons available on the Internet.
SHAPE Project List of Math, Science, and Internet Links - SHAPE, one of the other NASA-funded cooperative agreements, has an extensive list of math, science, and Internet links.