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Archived Webinar on Transition and AT

The Maryland Assistive Technology Network, MATN Online, presented a webinar on Transition and AT:  Ensuring Continuity in March 2010.

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Archived Webinar on Tech Integration & Classroom Organization

The Maryland Assistive Technology Network, MATN Online, presented a webinar in March 2011 on Implementing Assistive Technology; integrating technology into the classroom and how to manage the classroom. A recording and two handouts are available.

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Archived Webinar on Universal Design for Learning

The Maryland Assistive Technology Network, MATN Online, presented a webinar in April 2011 on Universal Design for Learning: Focus on Instruction. The recording and Powerpoint is available.

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Archived webinar on Accessible Webinars

 

Peggy Greenwell, Accessibility Specialist , U.S. Access Board and Robin A. Jones, Director , DBTAC - Great Lakes ADA Center presented on 9/6/2012. The  pdf, text, and webinar recording is available at Accessibility Online.

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Making Curriculum Accessible: The Common Core State Standards, AT & UDL

Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012
3 PM Pacific, 6 PM Eastern

The MATN Fall 2012 Webinar series will focus on making curriculum accessible in light of the changes in K-12 education with the adoption of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) by Maryland and more than 45 other states. Registration opens 10/29/12.

The MATN Fall 2012 Webinar series will focus on making curriculum accessible in light of the changes in K-12 education with the adoption of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) by Maryland and more than 45 other st

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Making Curriculum Accessible: The Common Core State Standards, AT & UDL

Thursday, October 25, 2012
3:00PM Pacific

The MATN Fall 2012 Webinar series will focus on making curriculum accessible in light of the changes in K-12 education with the adoption of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) by Maryland and more than 45 other states.

This is the second in a three part series to investigate how the Common Core Standards target the needs of students, including those with disabilities and how assistive and instructional technology is incorporated into the CCSS, as well as tools and resources that will support access to curriculum aligned with the standards. This session  will focus on tools and resources to support i

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Making a Measurable Difference with Accessible Instructional Materials

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
10 am Pacific, 11 am Mountain, Noon Central, 1 pm Eastern

Offered by the AIM Center, presenters Joanne Karger and Joy Zabala consider the impact of accessible instructional materials formats delivered in a timely manner and what impact that should be having on students educational outcomes.

Offered by the AIM Center, presenters Joanne Karger and Joy Zabala consider the impact of accessible instructional materials formats delivered in a timely manner and what impact that should be having on students educational outcomes. This webinar will highlight three aspects in which change would be expected to occur and consider ways to capture qualitative and quantitative data on these c

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Archived Webinar: Accessibility and Emerging Technology for Employment

Accessibility and Emerging Technology — Keys to Improving the Employment of People with Disabilities is the title of the webinar with Kathy Martinez, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Disability Employment Policy, Jim Tobias, President of Inclusive Technologies and Vint Cerf, Vice President and Chief Internet Evange

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