They look so cool, those tablet devices with faster-than-lighting technology that provide access to just about any kind of information you can imagine.
As a librarian at Oakstone Academy, a school where students with autism are immersed in
all academic and social activities with their typically-developing peers, I'm always on the
lookout for tools that will help children with autism better access library materials. And as
far as learning tools are concerned, these tablets offer a lot with their stunning visual and
sound capabilities. My thought: Would iPads used as e-readers help increase comprehension
among students who are significantly behind?
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