Microsoft Office is widely used in schools and at home so it is a good idea to brush up on our skills to get the most out of this popular suite of programs. Microsoft have a dedicated site offering free tutorials at https://support.office.com/en-us/office-training-center. To find more free (and low-cost) tutorials, please visit the excellent MakeUseOf site.
Microsoft have a nice short video tutorial on how to make changes to Windows for your students. For example, for pupils who have difficulty in double clicking, a simple change to the mouse speed will suffice.
Special World (www.specialworld.net) is a very popular and authoritative site with teachers anxious to keep abreast of new thinking in the area of assistive technology and special needs education in general. The site is continually updated to reflect new insights and opinion from all over the world.
UKEdChat (http://ukedchat.com) is a site offering fantastic resources for teachers interested in integrating technology. You can sign up for free updates to their digital magazine and links. You can also access the magazines directly here: https://issuu.com/ukedchat