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Episode #130 features the first in a series of episodes which share stories of how educators supported the needs and preferences of students by selecting instructional materials that were accessible. You are encouraged to share your own stories in the comments below!
A.T.TIPS in this Episode –
A.T.TIP #418 – Planning to use text-based materials that are already available in a digital format.
A.T.TIP #419 – Check your local public library for digital versions of text
Upcoming Presentations –
ISTE SIGML Second Life and TweetChat –
Mobilize your Productivity with iOS7 Accessibility Options – Tips and Tricks for All! – Monday, March 24th 8:00pm – 9:00pm ET Second Life Presentation with Mark Nichols (SLURL to VSTE Island: http://bit.ly/17zxhaZ) & 9:00pm – 10pm ET Tweetchat (Follow the hashtag #sigml)
VA Training and Technical Assistance Center Region 5 –
REGISTER NOW! AT, UDL, and Me, Oh My! with Sally Norton-Darr
Tuesday, April 8th – 8:15am – 3:30pm
Texas Assistive Technology Network –
Tuesday, June 10th
UDL 2.0 – with Beth Poss (3 Hour Session)
Indiana Jones meets the Internet: Becoming an Assistive Technology Archaeologist – with Beth Poss (3 Hour Session)
Low Cost Ways to Provide More Options To Help Students with Reading and Writing – 3:30pm – 4:30pm ET on November 12th, 2014. Webinar for the Assistive Technology Industry Association
Getting Your AT Party Started: Answers to Commonly Asked Questions About Program Building with Sally Norton-Darr – 3:30pm – 5:00pm ET on December 11th, 2014. Webinar for the Assistive Technology Industry Association
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