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Using Cornell IT with assistive technology, Does it make the grade?

IT@Cornell staff members are invited to “Using Cornell IT with assistive technology, Does it make the grade?”
Date: January 31, 2014
Time: 10-11am
Location: G10 BioTech

The program provides a unique opportunity to learn from a panel of speakers about how Cornell IT works for students, faculty and staff who use assistive technology. Kappy Fahey will provide an overview of our institutional responsibility to provide access and Clare Van Den Blink will discuss technology expectations and campus resources. More information and registration information can be found on the Cornell Events Calendar .

This program is part of the 2013-14 Disability Access Management Strategic Plan  and the second program in a series of Critical Ways We Make Cornell Accessible. The January 10th program on Assistive Listening Devices was a huge success, with over 75 engaged attendees.

Cornell Teaching with Technology News, January 2014

The latest news about the tools and techniques available at Cornell to support your teaching can be found in the Teaching with Technology newsletter from Academic Technologies.
acadtech.cit.cornell.edu/files/2013/12/Teach-Tech-Jan-2014-vtiopj.pdf

Inside the January 2014 issue

Blackboard Info Day will be at Olin Library, Wednesday, January 15. Stop by anytime from 11am until 2pm!

News about use of technologies for teaching, including Turnitin updates, lecture capture, FERPA, and class polling.

Information about the upcoming SUNY Conference on Instruction and Technology.

Highlights of Cornell’s upcoming MOOCs.

Plus, visit the Mann Mac lab, borrow new multimedia equipment, check out our updated, easier-to-use websites, and sign up for training!

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To see class listings to learn about LabArchives Electronic Lab Notebook, Blackboard, or Turnitin, visit it.cornell.edu/atregister.