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Friday - November 16, 2012
TimeWaverlyCotton Creek IIStandley I LabMeadowbrook IDolphin LabMeadowbrook IIWindsor
8:00 a.m. Providing Alternative Text to Distance Learners: One Online University`s Approach, Jackie Dutot, Capella University
[Virtual Track A]
Read & Write Gold, Robert Beach, Kansas City Kansas Comunity College
My Accessible College: Blind & Low Vision Learners, Jeff Bazer, Dolphin Computer Access
Clockwork Database Scheduler - Academic, Barouch Chai, Microcomputer Science Centre Inc.
(note: this session runs until 9:15; the Ginger session will follow immediately after)
Media Accessibility: International Guidelines and the Development of Descriptive Video Standards, Robert Pearson, Accessible Media Inc (AMI)
[Virtual Track B]
9:15 a.m.Recommended Apps in Support of Students with Disabilities in Higher Education, Shannon Lavey, Assistive Technology Resource Center: Colorado State University-Fort Collins
SCRIBE: A Web-based Platform for Alternate Format Creation, Sean Keegan, Stanford University
[Virtual Track A]
Read & Write Gold lab continues My Accessible College lecture continues The Dyslexia Revolution: Ginger Software takes text correction and progress tracking to the next level, Barouch Chai, Microcomputer Science Centre Inc.
(note: the previous 8:00 session runs until 9:15; the Ginger session will follow immediately after)
You Don`t Know Me, But I`m Here to Help - the Trials and Tribulations of Integrating an AT Position into Campus, Van Credle, Catholic University of America
[Virtual Track B]
What’s New in Office 2013? , Karen McCall, Karlen Communications
10:30 a.m.Recommended Apps in Support of Students continues Bookshare: Leveraging Impact Through Technology, Cherie Miller, Bookshare
Lab: the Truth about JavaScript Accessibility, Derek Featherstone, Simply Accessible
(2 hrs) [Virtual Track A]
Accessibility and Usability: Working Together at MIT, Katherine Wahl, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
(Note: 2nd speaker is off-site)
Become a Dragon Master: Hands-on Training Workshop on Dragon NaturallySpeaking, Wink Harner, Mesa Community College
How to Use Automated Solutions to Improve Accessibility of College and U.Websites and SharePoint Workspaces, Pamela Riesmeyer, Purdue University Calumet
[Virtual Track B]
11:45 a.m.TBA Inexpensive Tactile Pictures, Ann Cunningham, Sensational Books / Colorado Center for the Blind
The Truth about about JavaScript Accessibility continues [Virtual Track A] Creating a Universally-Designed for Learning (UDL) Course in Blackboard Learn 9, John Paul Harris, JPH Inc.
Become a Dragon Master Lab continues Accessibility with WordPress, Joseph Dolson, Accessible Web Design
[Virtual Track B]

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