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Woodring College of Education Resource Center


The Ershig Assistive Technology Resource Center (E-ATRC) is a 'hands-on' lending library and demonstration center, located in Woodring College of Education, housing hundreds of low to high tech support tools.


This center works to increase awareness and use of assistive technologies in order to improve participation in life and increase access to learning for a wide range of individuals with diverse needs.


Assistive Technologies have historically been considered for individuals with complex disabilities. However, affordable AT options are now available to help meet the diverse needs of a wide range of individuals in our society, not just those with significant disabilities.


The Journal of Educational Controversy

Founded in 2006 by Dr. Lorraine Kasprisin and edited by an interdisciplinary group of WWU professors, the Journal of Education Controversy (JEC) examines the many controversies surrounding education in our society and societies around the world. For each edition, the editors pose a new dilemma related to education and call for response papers from readers across multiple disciplines. Their newest volume will focus on "The Ethics of Memory: What Does it Mean to Apologize for Historical Wrongs?" 


JEC Website

JEC Blog

New Grad Challenge!
Thank you! Generous gifts from new grads have unlocked an additional $3,000 in funds!
$3,000 MATCHED
Top Fundraisers!
The WWU Alumni Association will reward the top five areas that secure the most donors with a bonus of $1,000 each. Congratulations to our winners!
Rank Prize Area of Support Donors
1 $1,000 Club Sports 420
2 $1,000 College of Business and Economics 381
3 $1,000 Athletics 377
4 $1,000 College of Humanities and Social Sciences 310
5 $1,000 College of Science and Engineering 199
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