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Fwd: November Assistive Technology Conference

From: Kynn Bartlett <kynn-edapta@idyllmtn.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2000 12:06:12 -0700
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I got this from the VICUG mailing list -- it looks like a great
line-up of session presenters.


>Date:         Tue, 12 Sep 2000 12:47:27 -0600
>Reply-To: Thomas.Younkerman@COLORADO.EDU
>Sender: "VICUG-L: Visually Impaired Computer Users' Group List"
>From: Tom Younkerman <Thomas.Younkerman@COLORADO.EDU>
>Subject:      November Assistive Technology Conference
>Accessing Higher Ground
>Third Annual Assistive Technology
>in Higher Education Conference
>November 15 - 17, 2000
>Keynote Speaker: Janice Hertz,
>Microsoft Accessibility Group
>Disability Services at the University of Colorado at Boulder invites you to
>attend our third annual conference on Assistive Technology in Higher
>Education.  This year's conference will provide information on the
>availability and benefits of assistive technology in the university and
>college setting.  The main conference on Thursday and Friday will take
>place at the Raintree Plaza Conference Center in Longmont, CO.  There will
>also be a full day of hands-on workshop and other preconference activities
>on Wednesday at the University of Colorado, Boulder Campus.
>Wednesday - Pre-conference Highlights
>* How to Teach Over the Web, Accessibly, Laurie Harrison, University of
>* JAWS for Windows, full day hands-on workshop, Eric Damery, Freedom
>Scientific, Inc.
>* Accessible Web Site Creation, Mike Paciello, WebABLE!, full day hands-on
>* AT Issues in Postsecondary Education: Making the Classroom and Campus
>Accessible, Ron Stewart, Oregon State University, and Leah Vickery, CSUN
>Thurs & Fri  -  General Sessions Highlights
>* Creating and Maintaining Accessible Libraries, Lisette Volkmar, Arizona
>State University
>* Focus on Participation: Making the Electronic University Accessible, John
>Slatin, University of Texas at Austin
>* Assistive Technology for Students with Learning Disabilities, Marcia
>Norris, California Community Colleges High Tech Center
>Federal Law and Access to Technology, Sarah Hawthorne, U.S. Dept. of Education
>C-Print and Other Technologies for Deaf and HOH Students, Pam Francis,
>Rochester Institute of Technology
>Recorded Textbooks and the Future in Digital Talking Books for the Blind
>and Students with Learning Disability, Viki Vogli-Phelps, Recordings for
>the Blind & Dyslexic, Denver
>For a complete conference agenda and registration form, visit the
>conference Web site at: www.colorado.edu/sacs/ATconference,
>303-492-8671 (V/TTY), e-mail: dsinfo@colorado.edu.
>Tom Younkerman
>AT Lab Assistant
>Disability Services
>University of Colorado (Boulder)
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Kynn Bartlett  <kynn@idyllmtn.com>                    http://kynn.com/
Director of Accessibility, Edapta               http://www.edapta.com/
Chief Technologist, Idyll Mountain Internet   http://www.idyllmtn.com/
AWARE Center Director                      http://www.awarecenter.org/
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