Broadcast 31: The Role of Assistive Technology in Dyslexia Treatment

picture of Mary K Alexander Mary K. Alexander of Learning Ally (formerly Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic) shared how assistive technology can help students with Dyslexia and other learning disabilities succeed in education.

Mary K. Alexander is the National Program Director for Learning Ally.  Having worked with the organization for the past eight years, she has seen the national non-profit evolve and grow.  She has a passion for assistive technology, accessible instructional materials, and helping schools and states serve their students with print disabilities in the most effective manner.  Her interest is driven by her desire to make sure her youngest son, who is blind, has the best chance at a great education. Learning Ally has been a big part of his success. Mary and her husband live in North Texas with their three children.


Watch the video below to hear from Mary or click here to download the presentation for this Live Broadcast in pdf format.

Broadcast 24: English Morphology with Gina Cooke

headshot of Gina CookeGina Cooke, Educational Linguist and Ph.D. candidate,
discusses English Morphology: What is it and how it can help struggling readers and writers.


Watch our Live Broadcast #24 below to learn more.