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Friday, Nov 08, 2013
8:00 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
Cotton Creek IIFramework for Localisation of Assistive and Online Technologies for Ease of Access, E.A. Draffan, University of Southampton, David Banes, Mada (Qatar Assistive Technology Center)
[Online Ed.] [Virtual Track A]
1-hr
Standley I LabAsk the Experts!, Cath Stager,
[Interactive Lab Session]
Meadowbrook IThe Future of Curricular Access in Postsecondary Education, Ron Stewart, AHEAD
[Curriculum Access]
2-hr
Standley II LabClockwork Enterprise Solutions: Disability Services Management System, Braouch Chai, Microcomputer Science Centre Inc.
(1.5 hr session - ends at 9:30 a.m.)
1.5 hrs
MeadowBrook IITesting for Accessibility – What to You Need to Know, Ken Nakata, Cryptzone
[Web Accessibility] [Virtual Track B]
1-hr
WindsorDesigning, Developing, and Implementing Accessibility for Efficiency: A Case study from DeVry Inc, Giovanni Duarte, DeVry Inc
[Institutional Policies/Initiatives]
1-hr
9:15 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyHow to Assess a Student for AT Needs, Leyna Bencomo, Community College of Denver
[Assistive Tech]
2-hr
Cotton Creek IIeText - an accessible, interactive, multimedia-capable, electronic course content delivery platform, Yury Borukhovich, eText@illinois, Anne Taylor, National Federation of the Blind
[eText][Media Access][LMS] [Virtual Track A]
1-hr
MeadowBrook IIOpening Doors to Accessibility: How and where to share the work and make accessibility happen, Rob Carr, Oklahoma State University
[Institutional Policies/Initiatives] [Virtual Track B]
1-hr
10:30 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
Cotton Creek IIAlternate Format – I Do My Best With What I’ve Got and That’s Better Than Nothing, Susan Kelmer, University of Colorado Boulder
[Alt Format] [Virtual Track A]
1-hr
Standley I LabHands-on Science Workshop for Blind & Low Vision Access Technology, Greg Williams, Independence Science, April Hill, Metropolitan State University of Denver
[STEM]
2-hr
Meadowbrook I"Building Bridges and Breaking Down Barriers" Implementing Act 124: A Guide for Wisconsin's New Accessible Instructional Materials Law, Scott Ritter, Univ. of WI-Whitewater
[Legal]
1-hr
Standley II LabLync in the classroom, Pooja Malpani, Microsoft
CANCELLED
1-hr
MeadowBrook IITips for evaluating the VoiceOver experience of iOS applications , Janna Cameron, Desire2Learn
[Mobile] [Virtual Track B]
1-hr
WindsorUsing Universal Instructional Design? A study of faculty processes and Universal Instructional Design strategies across multiple modalities, Julie Frese, University of the Rockies, Marilynn Force, University of the Rockies
[UD] [Curriculum Access]
1-hr
11:45 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
Waverlythe Cognosco Project - Online screen reader training to help users harness the power of WCAG best practices., Birkir Gunnarsson, Deque Systems, Hlynur Hreinsson, Stockholm Low vision Center
CANCELLED
1-hr
Cotton Creek IIRead & Write Gold and Universal Design, Liz Henley, Southern New Hampshire University
[UD][Assistive Tech] [Virtual Track A]
1-hr
Meadowbrook ICreating a Transparent Orientation Center for All Stakeholders , Sam McCool, Nevada State College, Sam McCool, Nevada State College

2-hr
MeadowBrook IIInclusive Technologies - new methods to support students and faculty with the need for alternate formats, Lars Ballieu Christensen, Sensus Aps, Tanja Stevns, Sensus Aps
[Assistive Tech] [Curriculum Access] [Virtual Track B]
1-hr
WindsorBalabolka: a Free Flexible E-reader for the Computer, Beth Coombs, EASI, Beth Coombs, EASI
[EASI Track]
1-hr
Breakout SessionsLength