1. “Kit of Tools” A conceptual framework used by A Koenig & K Holbrook, (Renwick Centre. November, 2001) to describe how students could develop competence with a range of technology options as a means to participating in all aspects of the curriculum.
  2. Tasmanian Resource Teacher Team (2004 – 5) with specific input from Philippa Daniel, Senior Resource Teacher, Vision Impairment Service
  3. Gaylen Kapperman & Jodi Sticken “Assistive Technology,” in A.J. Koenig & M.Cay Holbrook (Editors) Instructional Strategies for Teaching Children and Youth with Visual Impairments, AFB, Press, American Foundation for the Blind.2000.
  4. Joan Anderson “Expanded Core Curriculum: Technology,” in Stephen A. Goodman & Stuart H. Wittenstein, (Editors) Collaborative Assessment: Working with Students Who are Blind or Visually Impaired, Including Those with Additional Disabilities. AFB Press, American Foundation for the Blind, 2003.
  5. Frances Mary D’Andrea & Kitch Barnicle “Access to Information Technology and Braille” in Diane P. Wormsely & Frances Mary D’Andrea (Editors) Instructional Strategies for Braille Literacy.  AFB Press, American Foundation for the Blind, 1997.
  6. M.C Holbrook & A. Koenig, “Learning Media Assessment” Conference Papers, Renwick, November 2001.
  7. H. Caton (Editor) Tools for Selecting Appropriate Learning Media. American Printing House for the Blind, Inc. 1994.
  8. Frances M. D”Andrea More than a Perkins Brailler: A review of the Mountbattern Braillers, Part 1  (Volume 6, Number 1), January 2005.
  9. Frances Mary D’Andrea “Activities and Games for Teaching Children to Use a CCTV” in  Frances Mary D’Andrea & Carol Farrenkopf, (Editors) Looking to Learn: Promoting Literacy for Students with Low Vision, AFB Press, American Foundation for the Blind, 2000.
  10. Betty Dominguez & Joe Dominguez Building Blocks: Foundations for Learning for Young Blind and Visually Impaired Children. American Foundation for the Blind, New York. 1991.