AACknowledge website now live!
“Wow, it is great! Love the information and accessibility.”
“A terrific new AAC resource”
“A great resource for anyone interested in AAC”
The AACknowledge website went live on 10th December 2012 and as you can see we’ve already had some very positive feedback about it. The website was developed by Manchester Metropolitan University with the extensive involvement of people from across the AAC community in both the design and testing phases.
www.AACknowledge.org.uk brings together information and research evidence about AAC in one place. In order to meet the needs of a wide audience it provides different ways of finding out more about AAC. The website features:
- A bibliography of published research into AAC
- Plain English summaries of research articles
- Case stories
- Frequently asked questions
- Links to many other sources of information
Do have a look at www.AACknowledge.org.uk and let us know what you think via the site’s feedback form or or tweet @Katie_JH @Comm_Matters or email katieholmes@Communicationmatters.org.uk
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