The Success of Using Assistive Technology with Disabled and Non-Disabled Students


Published: 2021-06-23

Page: 162-165

Sameer Abuzandah *

Kansas State University, United States of America.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


(AT) Assistive Technology helps disabled and non-disabled students to enhance their independence in learning, executing practical tasks, and boosting their activeness during group discussion. AT also improves the class participation of disabled and non- disabled students while guaranteeing their accomplishment of difficult academic tasks. This study discusses the success of assistive technology with disabled and non-disabled students.  It argued that digital revolution has massively transformed the world of education. This study will utilize survey questionnaires to find out the success of technological devices with both disabled and non-disabled student’s schools. The knowledge of teachers in the success of AT make up the skills that such students need to access AT. This case study also explores the challenges faced and means to ensure the success of AT.

Keywords: Technology, assistive technology, computer access, disabled students

How to Cite

Abuzandah, S. (2021). The Success of Using Assistive Technology with Disabled and Non-Disabled Students. Asian Journal of Sociological Research, 4(1), 162–165. Retrieved from


Download data is not yet available.


Dos Santos ADP, Ferrari ALM, Medola FO, Sandnes FE. Aesthetics and the perceived stigma of assistive technology for visual impairment. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology. 2020;1-7.

Boiani JAM, Barili SRM, Medola FO, Sandnes FE. On the non-disabled perceptions of four common mobility devices in Norway: A comparative study based on semantic differentials. Technology and Disability. 2019;31(1-2): 15-25.

McNicholl A, Casey H, Desmond D, Gallagher P. The impact of assistive technology use for students with disabilities in higher education: A systematic review. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology. 2021; 16(2):130-143.

Campbel P, Milbourne S, Dugan L, Wilcox M. A review of evidence on practices for teaching young children to use Assistive Technology Devices; 2006.

Burgstahler S. The role of technology in preparing youth with disabilities for postsecondary education and employment. Journal of Special education Technology. 2003;18:7-19.

Stramondo JA. The distinction between curative and assistive technology. Science and Engineering Ethics. 2019;25(4):1125-1145.

Ymous A, Spiel K, Keyes O, Williams RM, Good J, Hornecker E, et al. I am just terrified of my future—Epistemic Violence in Disability Related Technology Research. In Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. 2020;1-16.

Pacheco E, Yoong P, Lips M. Transition issues in higher education and digital technologies: the experiences of students with disabilities in New Zealand. Disability & Society. 2020;1-23.

Johansson R. On case study methodology. Open House International; 2007.

Baxter P, Jack S. Qualitative case study methodology: Study design and implementation for novice researchers. The Qualitative Report. 2008;13(4):544-559.