EASI Sponsored Special 3-part Series: Low Tech Computer Applications for Learners with Disabilities

April 20, 2004

These are aimed at those who may not know about such technologies teachers, parents, school administrators and school counselors. While most special software to assist users with disabilities are expensive, these tools can be useful for beginners, for those with temporary disabilities or to plug specific technology gaps. The presentations are May 6, May 20 and June 3:

  • Low Tech Clinic 1 The Operating System and Accessibility
  • Low Tech Clinic 2 Applications for Learners with Low Vision and Learning Disabilities Low Tech Clinic 3 Applications for Learners with Mobility Impairments

    To read more details or to register online, go to: http://easi.cc/clinic.htm
    Norman Coombs