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From: Cindy Sue Causey <butterflybytes@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2008 17:59:29 -0400
Message-ID: <dbdb69c90809181459w2e7a9221r7c6630cfab3923d7@mail.gmail.com>
To: "My Extended Family" <ButterflyBytes@gmail.com>

FYI.. LONG, but didn't want to accidentally snip important attendance details..

Also :: Noticed they mention videoconferencing and say there are
limited positions available for that alternative..

If anyone attends, I would LOVE to hear how it went..

Peace and best wishes from North Georgia..

Cindy Sue

- :: -
Celebrating Olmstead * June 22, 1999

Georgia Voices That Count, 2005
Talking Rock, GA, USA

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From: "Anderson, Sarika, CTR, OASD(HA)/TMA" <sarika.anderson.ctr@tma.osd.mil>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2008 14:01:01 -0400
Subject: Section 508 Training Events

CAP would like to remind you about the following Section 508 Events:

When: Friday September 26, 2008; 9AM to 4PM

Where: U.S. Census Bureau Conference Center

4600 Silver Hill Road, Suitland, MD 20746

Conveniently located at the Suitland Metro Station on the Green Line.

Driving directions are at: http://www.census.gov/main/www/cbmaps.html

Why: This is an event organized by the U.S. Access Board as part of our
commitment to provide training and technical assistance on Section 508.

Who is invited: This is open to everyone: federal employees,
contractors, industry, advocacy organizations and consumers.

Cost: The training is provided free of charge. However, you are
responsible for paying for your lunch and refreshments, available at the
cafeteria within the building. Remember to bring your own pen and paper
or note taking technology.

What can I expect?  The training will devote several hours in the
morning to review many of the specific Section 508 Standards.  The
afternoon will address testing, e-learning, agency implementation, the
504-508 connection, and other issues. There will be several Q&A periods
to encourage discussion.  The trainers will represent multiple federal
agencies and departments. Audio visual presentations will be used and
will be available in electronic form upon request afterwards. We are not
planning to provide handouts.

Accommodations: Interpreting and CART services will be provided.
Requests for other accommodations should be made to the Census Bureau
Disability Program Office as soon as possible. Disability Program Office
staff can be reached at 301-763-4060, or via e-mail,

Videoconferencing: The event will be broadcast to other locations
throughout the country; however, there are restrictions on the number of
connections available. Anyone interested in participating via
videoconference should provide their contact information, including
ISDN#, to the Census Bureau Disability Program Office,
hrd.disability.program@census.gov, at least one week prior to the event.

Registration: There is space for over 300 people in the room. Advance
registration is requested to help prevent going over that number.
Please preregister by sending an email stating the names of the people
coming and the organization with whom they are associated to David
Baquis: baquis@access-board.gov or you may call me with questions:
202-272-0013.  People who provide their email addresses will receive an
advance agenda.

IDEAS 2008

IDEAS 2008 - The Interagency Disability Educational Awareness Showcase
(IDEAS) is GSA's premier event focused on partnering industry and
education with government to meet the requirements under Sections 504
and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

Year after year, attendees of IDEAS gain skill sets through Section 508
focused agendas on issues such as electronic and information technology
accessibility, 508 law and standards, website standards compliance,
acquisitions, market research for accessible product and services, and

You'll learn practical, real-world solutions and best practices that can
be implemented today, to make a difference in your agency's operation
and bottom line.

Attendees will learn:

*	Updates on Section 508 policy and standards
*	Valuable insight from government experts
*	The latest assistive technology solutions and products from
leading exhibitors in the field
*	How to boost compliance within your agency or organization
*	Expert advice, lessons learned and more by attending free
education sessions

You'll also network with government peers and leaders from the public
sector as well as have the opportunity to examine best practices as
experts in Section 508 implementation and compliance share their

Web 2.0 and Section 508

This session will be an interactive discussion that will raise issues
related to accessibility and Web 2.0 technology that your agency may
want to use. Some of the Web 2.0 technologies that will be discussed

*	Blogs
*	Wikis
*	Web conferencing
*	Bookmarking sites
*	Multi-media

Kol Peterson - Program Analyst, EPA

Amanda Babcock - Section 508 Coordinator, EPA

Alex Koudry - Deputy Director, IT Accessibility & Workforce Division,

Registration is FREE, but space is limited, so register today
<http://www.1105info.com/t.do?id=1588993:3386143>  and reserve your
place at IDEAS 2008 or visit our www.IDEAS508.com
<http://www.1105info.com/t.do?id=1588994:3386143>  or call 800-746-0099
for more information.

Register Now <http://www.1105info.com/t.do?id=1588995:3386143>
or call 800-746-0099

Your FREE registration includes admission to:

*	All Education Sessions
*	All Keynotes
*	All Networking Events
*	Technology Exhibit Showcase

Don't miss this practical, hands-on educational conference and
technology showcase on Section 508!

Sarika Anderson
Communications and Customer Service Representative
TEL 703-681-5538
FAX 703-681-9075
Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP) visit us online at
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