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Smart Phones & Service for the Visually Impaired

Professor Norm Coombs of EASI has shared articles on a phone and a cell phone provider designed for people with visual impairments. The Project-Ray Smart Phone is an Android device that has simplified features and was reviewed by the AFB.

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Institutional Guidelines on Captioning

Creating institutional guidance for faculties and staffs on captioning can be a tricky issue. This NCDAE blog post shares what others in the field have to say. It's based on a discussion on the Educause ITACCESS list and shares perspectives of several institutions.

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Justice Dept. Joins Suit re: Inaccessible H&R Block Website

According to a press release from the Justice Dept. in late November 2013: 

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AT in Action: Meet Nick!


In the FCTD's newest AT in Action video, you'll meet Nick, a young entrepreneur with CP, who owns his own lawn-care business. Nick uses assistive technologies, both low and high tech, that aid him in driving and accessing his laptop computer and tablet.

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Archived Webinar: RSA’s Assistive Technology Programs and State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies – Working Together for Success

In March, 2013, Rob Groenendaal, RSA Assistive Technology Project Officer; and Brian Bard, RSA Assistive Technology Project Officer demonstrated how the Assistive Technology programs offer potential cost savings and enhanced services for VR agencies/counselors, and people with disabilities.

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Self-employment as an Individualized Process for Individuals with Disabilities

Tuesday, June 11, 2013
11 AM Pacific, 2 PM Eastern

JAN webinar on self-employment: " more than one way to the top of the mountain."

 

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Accommodations for Executive Functioning

Tuesday, May 14, 2013
11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern

AT can help with mental processes of managing time, making plans, multi-tasking, organizing, strategizing, and paying attention to and remembering details. Webinar from JAN.

JAN (Job Accommodation Network) presents Melanie Whetzel, M.A., JAN Senior Consultant, with Linda Carter Batiste, J.D., JAN Principal Consultant  who will spend an hour taking a look at the mental processes of managing time, making plans, multi-tasking, organizing, strategizing, and paying attention to and remembering details.

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