In an attempt to meet the need for validation research that contributes to assistive technology (AT) evidence-based practices, this chapter presents the findings of a study aimed to identify latent dimensions of information and communication technology (ICT) that can serve as the basis for the eventual development of a standardized instrument for ICT assessment and selection in the context of AT. The ICT preferences and practices of 1,258 postsecondary students across seven major universities were examined. A confirmatory factor analysis within the framework of structure equation modeling revealed the five latent dimensions: communicating, socializing, downloading and sharing, gaming, and learning. These dimensions examined in the context of age, gender, and income, further revealed that these demographics, as sole determinants of ICT usage, are not supported. Noteworthy findings were also found with regard to participant’s preferences for ICT, to include a tendency to text over all other technologies surveyed.