What Information and Communication Technologies Do Canadian College Students with Learning Disabilities Use?
Proposal No: 209
Bios & Handouts
- Information and communication technologies Canadian college students with learning disabilities find useful.
- Information and communication technologies Canadian experts perceive to be useful to college students with learning disabilities.
- Information on Adaptech Research Network?s library of free or inexpensive ICTs.
Mr. Kramer has worked in assistive technology, disability, information systems and accessible media for more than 25 years. From 1997-2012 he worked with Disability Services at CU-Boulder, establishing the Assistive Technology Lab, which serves students with disabilities needing specialized access. He is founder and coordinator for the Accessing Higher Ground Conference: Accessible Media, Web & Technology, and teaches courses on Universal Design at CU-Boulder.
Norman Coombs, Ph.D. is the CEO of EASI (Equal Access to Software and Information) as well as professor emeritus from the Rochester Institute of Technology where he taught history for 36 years. He pioneered RIT\\\\\\\'s distance learning program and was chosen as New York State CASE, (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education), \\\\\\\"Teacher of the Year\\\\\\\" award in 1990 for using computers in teaching. in 2000, he was the recipient of the Francis Joseph Campbell Award of the American Library Association for work in helping libraries to meet the needs of customers with