Educators

Welcome to RESNA!  Educators are an important and growing component of membership within RESNA. We offer many opportunities for educators at the primary, secondary, and post-secondary level. 

News and Information 

  • RESNA Newsbriefs - Subscribe to RESNA's free weekly e-newsletter, with organizational news as well as articles on assistive technology from several different media outlets.
  • AT Forum - Post questions and get instant feedback from the RESNA community in this free, on-line forum. 
  • Position Papers & Resource Guides - RESNA's position papers and guides provide valuable information on the appropriate application of different types of assistive technologies.
  • Social Media - Follow RESNA on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google Plus. 

Assistive Technology Journal

RESNA’s prestigious scientific journal is published quarterly. Members have full, free access to the Journal's current issues and archives. Non-members may view abstracts and order individual copies. In addition, the Journal publishes AT Quizzes for each issue. Click here for the AT Journal webpage.

Annual Conference

Share your knowledge and enhance your career by offering a workshop or instructional course at RESNA’s annual conference. Or, attend the conference to keep up with what educators in the field are doing. Visit the conference webpage for more information.  

Professional Development

Board leadership and volunteer involvement through the RESNA Education Committee Educators Professional Specialty Group (for members) Certification Continuing Education Career Center/Job Board 

Membership

Find your AT community through RESNA’s numerous on-line communities and receive deep discounts on continuing education, the annual conference, and more. Click here to visit the membership webpage.

Connect

All of the Professional Specialty Groups can connect as communities through our new, online community platform, RESNA Connect! Access RESNA Connect and join the Educators PSG community to take part in discussions, share resources, and collaborate with fellow community members. 

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