Assistive Technology Journal

Assistive Technology Journal LogoAssistive Technology®, the official journal of RESNA, is a peer reviewed applied, scientific publication in the multi-disciplinary field of technology for people with disabilities. The journal's purpose is to foster communication among individuals working in all aspects of the assistive technology area including researchers, developers, clinicians, educators and consumers.

RESNA members receive an online subscription to the journal as part of their membership. Members may also receive a printed copy of the AT Journal for an additional $35 annual fee. The journal is published by Taylor and Francis.

The AT Journal considers papers from all assistive technology applications. Only original papers are accepted. Technical notes describing preliminary techniques, procedures, or findings of original scientific research may also be submitted. Letters to the Editor are welcome and books for review may be sent by authors or publishers.

Please see the submission guidelines for more information.

Member Access

RESNA membership includes an on-line subscription to the AT Journal and provides full access to current and past issues. If you are a member, login to your RESNA account through the button below. After logging in, the website will take you directly to the AT Journal website. Please note that you can only access the Journal by logging in through the button below.

Members may also receive a printed copy of the AT Journal for an additional $35 annual fee. Please contact membership@resna.org for details if you are a current member and wish to sign up

Click here for Member Access to the Journal

Non-member access

Non-members may have access to Tables of Contents, Article Abstracts, and an online sample copy. The link below will also provide access to a specific article full text, where you may purchase a single article electronically, or purchase a full subscription.

Non-member access: Visit Taylor & Francis Online for the AT journal.

Click here for Non-Member Access to the Journal

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