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Jason is an Instructional Technology Consultant in the state of Kentucky. He is a graduate of the Assistive Technology Applications Certificate Program (ATACP) from California State University at Northridge and holds a Masters in Business Administration. Jason’s focus is on integrating research based practices into the work he does and helping others ensure that what they are doing works. He specialises in assisting people to bridge the gap between operation of technology and actual implementation.

He has trained thousands on Assistive and Instructional Technology, and Universal Design for Learning concepts throughout the United States since his start with Kentucky Special Education Cooperatives nearly a decade ago. His focus is on bridging the gap between operation of technology and actual implementation. To help inform his work, Jason runs numerous studies and initiatives in a wide range of areas along with his colleagues each year. He has taught Instructional Technology and Universal Design for Learning at the University level in the Masters in Special Education program at Georgetown College KY and spends a significant amount of time on e-Learning and online course development consulting.

Conference Presentations

PATINS HECC 2012 State Conference – Indianapolis USA November 2012

Literacy Supports – In the Cloud

Merging AT and Literacy Strategies to Create Success

Closing the Gap – Minneapolis USA October 2012

Read&Write 5 Gold for Mac: Enhanced Literacy Solutions for ALL Students

Inclusive Learning Technologies Conference 2012 – Gold Coast QLD May 2012

Keynote: What Works? Assistive Technology + Literacy Strategies for Learner Success

UDL: Moving the Concept to the Classroom

AT Implementation: Professional Development that Works!

ATIA – Orlando USA January 2012

Top Barriers to Implementing AT: What You Can Do!

Inclusion Redefined: Delivering Instruction for All Learners

What Works: Merging Literacy Strategies and AT to Create Success

Reaching Digital Immigrants

Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference – Granada SPAIN November 2011

Using Online Technologies to Deliver Behavior Skills Training

Midnight Sun Assistive Technology Conference – Alaska USA August 2011

Enhanced Universal Design for Learning: From Theory to Practice

From Operation to Implementation: Professional Development that Works!

Mobile Strategies that Work! Getting the most out of your i-Device

Alabama Mega Conference – Alabama USA July 2011

Creating a Classroom for ALL Learners through Universal Design for Learning

Learning Solutions Conference and Expo – Orlando USA March 2011

Emerging Instructional Design and Outcome Measurement Strategies

 

AESA Conference – Colorado USA December 2011

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Social Media Links

Twitter: @jkcarroll

Blog: http://www.systemsofsupport.org/udlblog/

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jkcarroll

 

 

 

 

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