March 27-29 in Orlando, FL
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Anya Evmenova

College of Education and Human Development
Tenured Associate/Full Professor
Division of Special Education and disAbility Research
Dr. Evmenova is a professor of special education in the Division for Special Education and disAbility Research in College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University. Dr. Evmenova teaches master and doctoral courses in assistive technology, special education, and research methods. She is the recipient of the Teaching Excellence and Online Teaching Excellence awards from George Mason University. Her research interests focus on the use of instructional and assistive technology for cognitive development and academic instruction for students with various abilities and needs; Universal Design for Learning; and high-quality online learning for teacher preparation programs. Dr. Evmenova has raised more than $12 million in federal and state grants to support her technology research and development. Her current projects focus on designing (a) a technology-based graphic organizer to support essay writing for students with high-incidence disabilities; (b) wearable technology application to support self-regulation for individuals with intellectual and development disabilities; and (c) online professional development for international teachers to support inclusive education. Dr. Evmenova has recently served in the presidential line for the Innovative Special Education Technology (ISET) Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. She is an editor-in-chief for the Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits journal.

***TEA-Technology 2016, OTEA 2018 Winner***