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Audio Note Taking Software: What is it and Why do Students Use it?
Proposal No: 627
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|Length of Session (in hours): .75||Format: Lecture||Expertise Level: Beginner||Type of session: Not provided|
Summary of Session
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.