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CONFERENCE MATERIALS
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IN ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

    CTEBVI 2015 - Burlingame, CA

    Pre-Conference Workshop: Smarter Balanced: How to Access the Test and Identify the Skills
    Your Student Needs to Succeed
    THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 2015 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Handouts available on the Smarter Balanced page

    Workshop 105:
    Wondrous World of Advanced JAWS Capabilities
    FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015 8:00am to 9:30am
    The Wondrous World of Advanced JAWS Capabilities
    (Website created by presentor Megan Borella, student Millbrae, CA using JAWS and HTML code)

    Workshop 205:
    Holy BrailleNote Batman!
    CSB is Revising the BrailleNote Guide
    FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015 10:00am to 11:30am

    Workshop 405: How to Survive Middle School and Remain MOSTLY Sane!
    SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2015 8:00am to 9:30am
    (Presentation and Handouts created by presentor Rio Popper, student Redwood City, CA)

    CTEBVI 2014 – Los Angeles, CA

Pre-Conference at Western University Eye Care Center
Intro to eye care center, determining appropriate magnification,
and built-in accessibility to Mac and Windows

            • Built-in Accessibility Presentation
            • Built-in Accessibility Handout
            • Braille Institute Young AdultProgram

Cloudy with a Chance for Blind Kids
Using cloud storage as a means to access, turn-in, and receive assignments

Quit Telling Your Kids You Don’t Like Math
Understanding the math to print options available to blind students.

        • Examples for Using Nemeth on the BrailleNote
        • Nemeth Translation Abbreviations Guide
        • Nemeth Tutorial Overview
        • Print Math on the BrailleNote

Giving Our VI Kids a head start with Technology
Getting kids started with technology

        • Potentially useful technologies for little ones
        • Selective Assistive Technology for Greater Independence

Part II – Listening for Learning in the Secondary Years:
Getting kids started with technology

        • Note-taking using Microsoft Word
        • BrailleNote for note-taking
        • iPad Apps for noite-taking

2011 Conference

Electronic Book Access Draft

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