Welcome to the ATOMS Project
(Assistive Technology Outcomes Measurement System)
The ATOMS Project was launched by a five year assistive technology (AT) outcomes and impacts project funded in part by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) under the Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects (DRRP) program.
This website hosts one of the largest resources specifically related to assistive technology outcomes. Documents include FieldScans, Technical Reports, Bibliographies, and informational databases. These are public resources that you can freely use. We simply request that you fully reference and cite our work. Plus, keep us informed. If the resources are helpful, please let us know.
The project is led by Dr. Roger O. Smith, Professor of Occupational Therapy, College of Health Sciences (CHS) and Dr. Dave L. Edyburn, Professor of Exceptional Education, School of Education. The ATOMS Project is a highly collaborative and interdisciplinary effort. We describe our complete team in more detail in the summary documents.
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Executive Summary of NIDRR funding 2001-2006
- Executive Summary
- Appendix A: Major Accomplishments Over the Life of the Grant
- Appendix B: Publications
- Appendix C: Presentations
Frequently Requested Resources
Excerpted from Products
- Graphing of Vocational Rehabilitation Technology Data from the RSA-911
- IMPACT2 Model information and slides available
- ID-AT-Assessments interactive database - review AT Assessment tools
in our listings of more than 40
- Consolidated listing of ATOMS Project technical reports available
- AT Outcomes bibliographies available.
- Isolating the Impact of Interventions (I3) Instrumentation