Upcoming Webinar about Accessible Design

Posted by Matt on April 09, 2015
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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards and planning Accessible Design in Device Demonstration and Display Rooms for Tech Act State Programs

Please join the Great Lakes ADA Center in collaboration with the RESNA Catalyst Project and the Southwest ADA Center for a webinar on “The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards and planning Accessible Design in Device Demonstration and Display Rooms for Tech Act State Programs” on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. eastern.

This webinar will provide a discussion on improving the quality of program accessibility for Tech Act State Device Demonstrations. The Maryland Technology Assistance Program model includes two demonstration sites and a descriptive on line device inventory. The program is working with the Montgomery County Public Libraries to increase statewide access to assistive technologies for people of all ages with disabilities.

To Register or for additional information visit:

http://www.adaconferences.org/RESNA/   
Sessions are presented via a fully accessible Blackboard Web Conferencing platform. For first time users it is recommended that you prepare your technology prior to the session. Captioning is also provided via the Blackboard Web Conferencing platform. Please visit the registration site for more information.

For more information about this platform visit:

http://www.adaconferences.org/RESNA/FirstTimeUsers.php

You may receive CEUs for attending some webinar sessions. RESNA is an approved authorized provider for CEU credits by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). You can receive 0.1 CEUs for a 60 or 90 minute webinar. Contact Paul Galonsky via email at pgalonsky@resna.org to apply for CEUs. There is a $16 fee to receive credits for each webinar.
We hope you will join us, Wednesday, April 15, 2015.

This webinar is a collaborative of the Southwest ADA Center, The RESNA Catalyst Project. The Great Lakes ADA Center and ADA National Network.

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