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Maryland Assistive Technology Network

Established by Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education (CTE), the Maryland Assistive Technology Network (MATN) provides assistive technology specialists information on the most up-to-date AT policies, practices, and devices. CTE offers professional development opportunities to MATN members through its semi-annual institutes with nationally acclaimed leaders in assistive technology, regional meetings, and the MATN Online Web site.

MATN membership is free and open to all Maryland educators, including: special educators, general educators, speech language pathologists, assistive technology specialists, occupational therapists, vision specialists, state administrators, district administrators, physical therapists, and hearing specialists.

For more information about MATN membership, contact:
Jeanne Dwyer, Coordinator of Assistive Technology
Johns Hopkins University
Center for Technology in Education
E-mail: jdwyer@jhu.edu / Tel: 410-516-9830





Center for Technology in Education

The Center for Technology in Education strives to improve the quality of life of children and youth, particularly those with special needs, through teaching, research, and leadership in the use of technology. Through a unique partnership that combines the research and teaching resources of Johns Hopkins University and the leadership and policy support of the Maryland State Department of Education, we address the issues of equal access to the general education curriculum for all students, evidence-based instructional strategies that transform instruction, online learning and communities of practice, leadership that utilizes data to make sound instructional decisions, and application of new technologies in education.



For more information about CTE, call 410-516-9800 or e-mail cte@jhu.edu.