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The ConnSENSE Bulletin
"We're dedicated to bring you practical resources on assistive technology that will help individuals with disabilitiesThe NEW ConnSENSE Bulletin is dedicated to becoming your essential resource for the latest assistive technology news and information.
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ConnSENSE is an acronym for Connecticut Special Education Network for Software Evaluation and was originally established in 1984 as a printed newsletter dedicated to reviewing and evaluating software for students with disabilities. The Bulletin was established as a dedicated website in 1999. Through the years the ConnSENSE website expanded its focus to include all types of assistive technology and has become an essential resource for professionals, individuals and families. It is currently accessed by over 23,000 individuals internationally."
Contact: Chauncy N. Rucker, Ph.D.