Project BRAIN (Brain
Resource & Information Network) invites you to
tour our virtual school!
interactive CD-ROM was developed as a learning tool for educators,
health care and related service professionals who work with
students that have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
It is dedicated to TBI survivors, their family members and
In using this CD-ROM, you can explore rooms of the virtual
school while learning about TBI, the causes and potential
effects of TBI on an injured person, and suggested strategies
and resources for helping students with TBI.
Learn from the experts…
apply what you learn.
See video interviews with TBI survivors, family members
Search through local and national resources on TBI.
Apply what you learn to TBI case studies in the classroom.
Read about developing and using classroom strategies,
with contributions from internationally recognized experts
Mark Ylvisaker & Tim Feeney.
Includes several printable documents for use in the classroom
This portion of our web site contains many media rich elements
and high quality video. For highest quality playback, we recommend
minimum 400mhz or faster processor [Pentium III, G3 or
better are recommended.]
minimum 4MB graphics card [8MB or higher recommended]
monitor display size of 800x600 or higher [set to millions
minimum 64MB RAM
sound card and speakers
Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, XP or Mac OS 9 or higher
Internet Explorer 4.x or higher or compatible browser.
[Internet Explorer 5.x or higher recommended]
QuickTime 5 or higher [required for virtual tour]
Real Player [required for video content]
NOTE: If you see the message above
stating: "Congratulations, you have QuickTime 5 or later
installed!", then you may continue. Otherwise you need
to install QuickTime and Real Player.
BRAIN is a project of the Tennessee Disability Coalition.
The Project is implemented through a contract with the
Traumatic Brain Injury Program of the TN Health Department
in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Education,
Division of Special Education.