Trialing Programs

St. Vrain’s Assistive Technology Department allows students to trial various devices.  These devices include Chromebooks, Fusions and iPods.  Descriptions of these devices are included below.

 

Chromebooks are laptops that run Chrome Operating System (Chrome OS).  This allows the device to store most of it’s data in the cloud.  Chromebooks are easy to manage and they allows students to utilize real time collaboration and share their work with others on the web.

Fusions are portable easy to access devices that can be used for tasks ranging from note taking to communication support.  Fusions are designed to assist a wide variety of ages and abilities.  They have many unique features including sentence prompts, spell check, word prediction, text to speech and work can be transferred with a USB flash drive to a computer.

 

6 Week Chromebook Trialing Program

Chromebooks are laptops that run Chrome OS as its operating system.  This allows the device to store most of it’s data in the cloud, however leaving it with limited offline capablitites.  Chromebooks are easy to manage and they allows students to utilize real time collaboration and share their work with others on the web.   …

Fusion Trialing Program

Fusion Trialing Program What is a Fusion: A Fusion is a portable word processing device which has additional ‘writing process’ features that are more robust than standard word processing and can be customized to meet individual intervention needs of a student. The student types their document on the Fusion and has the option to keep …