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Functional Digital Literacy: Improving Email Skills with Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities
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Technology continues to permeate many areas of daily life. This has become more apparent during the current pandemic. Many services innovatively moved to hybrid or technology-based methods of service. However, not all individuals accessed technology with the same opportunities. Persistent inequities remain for individuals with disabilities, stemming from several variables, but most noticeably a lack education-based planning to include skills required to access technology necessary to improve post-secondary outcomes. A multiple probe design across three behaviors replicated across six participants investigated the use of direct instruction and the use of systematic prompting to increase basic email skills in adolescents with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).