Technology: PDF OnlyThe Promise and Practical Application of Technology To Prepare Early Intervention PersonnelRowland, Cyndi PhD, CCC-SLP1; Rule, Sarah PhD2; Decker, David MS3Author Information 1CECSEP Project Coordinator 2Professor 3CECSEP Instructional Design and Technology, Specialist, Center for Persons with Disabilities, Utah State University, Logan, Utah Infants & Young Children: July 1996 - Volume 9 - Issue 1 - p 63-74 Free Abstract Applications of technology in the preparation of early intervention personnel are increasingly more commonplace and practical. This article describes a model developed and applied in Utah by two universities in cooperation with the State Office of Education. The purpose of the model is to prepare rural personnel for a birth-to-five teaching certificate, using an array of distance technologies. These include interactive television, Internet communications, CD-ROM, videotape, and traditional print material. Key decision-making points and the process of model development and delivery are described ©1996Aspen Publishers, Inc.