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(The title of each session links to details about the session. Session titles and times subject to minor changes.)

Thursday, Nov 20, 2014
8:00 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyAccessible High Stakes Assessments - How Digital Tests are Leveling the Playing Field, Bryan Gould, WGBH/NCAM

1-hr
Cotton Creek ILegal Aspects of Captioning for Higher Ed, Gaeir Dietrich, HTCTU

[Virtual Track A]

1-hr
Standley I LabWearable computers and accessibility: the next step in mobile technology , Ted Drake, Intuit

1-hr
Meadowbrook IAngular, web components and HTML5.1, OH MY!: An overview of the latest web technologies, Justin Stockton, Devis

[Virtual Track B]

1-hr
MeadowBrook II3D Printed Talking Tactile Learning Objects will make Learning by the Blind More Compliant, Michael Kolitsky, UT El Paso

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIThe Long Road from “Reactive” to “Proactive”: Project Highlights from Mason’s Assistive Technology Initiative, Korey Singleton, George Mason University

WindsorConnecting the Dots for a Visually-Impaired Musician, Marion Stevens, The University of Alabama, Heidi Lehmann, Bach to Braille, Inc.

1-hr
9:15 a.m.Round Table DiscussionLength
Westminster IIIRound Table Discussion 1 hr(s)
10:15 a.m.Exhibit Hall BreakLength
Westminster I (Exhibit Area)Break in Exhibit Hall 1 hr(s)
11:15 a.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyLiterature Review on Universal Design for Instruction, Kelly Roberts, University of Hawaii, Robert Stodden, University of Hawaii

1-hr
Cotton Creek ICentral Access Reader and CAR Check: Engaging Faculty and Students in Document Accessibility, Wendy Holden, CWU, Marshall Sunnes, Central Washington University

[Virtual Track A]

1-hr
Standley I LabTraining Your Dragon - A Hands-on Workshop with Dragon Naturally Speaking, Wink Harner, The Foreign Type

2-hr
Meadowbrook IAble Player: A Fully Accessible Media Player, Terrill Thompson, University of Washington, Ken Petri, Ohio State University

[Virtual Track B]

1-hr
Standley II LabE-Learning and Information and Communication Technologies in Postsecondary Education of Students with Disabilities: Where We Are and Where We’re Going, Catherine Fichten, Dawson College, Jennison Asuncion, Adaptech Research Network

1-hr
MeadowBrook IIMobile App Allstars for Reading, Robert Beach, Kansas City KS Comm. Col., Gaeir Dietrich, HTCTU

1-hr
Cotton Creek II5 Keys for Implementing Accessibility in Your Team CANCELLED, Angela Hooker, Microsoft
["It May Be True" moved to this room]

1-hr
WindsorIt May Be True, But is It Effective? An Examination of Points Often Used to Justify an Organizational Accessibility Initiative, Rob Carr, Oklahoma State University
[MOVED TO COTTON CREEK II !]

1-hr
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.Plenary LunchLength
Westminster IIIThe Viking & The Lumberjack: Accessibility Isn't Hard. Ignoring It Is.
1.5 hr(s)
2:15 - 3:15 p.m.Breakout SessionsLength
WaverlyProviding Nemeth Braille for Students in Graduate and Undergraduate Courses with Advanced Math, Todd Schwanke, Univ Wisconsin - Madison

1-hr
Cotton Creek IOpen Source Tools for Evaluating Web Accessibility, Jon Gunderson, University of Illinois

[Virtual Track A]

1-hr
Meadowbrook IPDF in the Classroom: The Future of Digital Textbooks, Karen McCall, Karlen Communications

[Virtual Track B]

1-hr
Standley II LabA Proven Methodology for Achieving Web Accessibility for Colleges, Universities, and Other Large Organizations , Jeffrey Singleton, Cyxtera, Ken Nakata, HiSoftware

1-hr
MeadowBrook IIMagnification; Using a Tablet PC with one hand, Jeff Bazer, Dolphin Computer Access

1-hr
Cotton Creek IIInstructional Technology and Accessibility: Strategies and Techniques, Rachel Thompson, University of Alabama, Rick Dowling, University of Alabama

1-hr
WindsorTools of the Trade for an A11y-Oriented Organization, Sandra Earl, Desire2Learn

1-hr
3:15 - 4:00 p.m.Exhibit Hall BreakLength
Westminster I (Exhibit Area)Break in Exhibit Hall .75 hr(s)
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.Breakout SessionsLength