Registration Form 

Register by October 5th to save on registration fees

Name _________________________________________________________________ _____________

Organization/Company_________________________________________________________________

Address_____________________________________________________________________________

City ______________________________________ State/Prov ___________ Zip __________________

Day  Phone _____________________________________ Fax ______ ___________________________

Email _______________________________________________________________________________

 

Make checks payable to the University of Colorado.  No refunds after October 31, 2000.

 

   

 

By Oct 5 After Oct 5 Amount Enclosed
Preconference (Nov. 14)

Keynote Dinner (Evening of Nov. 14)

o $195

$ 20

$250

$ 20

 
Main Conference (Nov. 15 & 16)

Keynote Dinner (Evening of Nov. 14)

o $220

$ 20

$280

$ 20

 
Preconference Lecture Track and Conference Package * (Nov. 14 - 16)

Keynote Dinner Included

o $385

 

$490  

 

Preconference Hands-on Workshop Track and Conference Package (Nov. 14 - 16)

Keynote Dinner Included

o $415

 

$530  

 

Keynote Dinner Selection:

Chicken Kiev o Rocky Mt. Trout o Vegetarian o

 

 

 

 

Campus Parking Permit ($5/day)   $5 $5 $5 See Transportation and Accommodations section for parking information  
W o Th o Fri o
   

 

Total  Enclosed:

 

* This package limited to preconference sessions D & H only

 

Preconference Workshops:        Morning Session (Select from A, B, C or D)                                    

 

Afternoon Session (Select from  E, F, G or H)                                  

 

A.  EASI: Accessible Web Site Creation Beginners

B.  JAWS for Windows, Advanced Features and Access to the Internet

C.  Web Access - Evaluation and Repair Tools and Utilities

D.  Lecture: Implementation of Section 508 in the University Environment

E.  EASI: Advanced Web Design

F.  EASI: The Tiger Tactile Graphics and Braille Embosser

G.  Creating accessible Web pages and Multimedia using DreamWeaver  and other Tools

H.  Lecture: Technology and the Law, Collaborating for Success

 

 

Method of Payment:      o Check enclosed  

o Credit Card (MasterCard or Visa only)

Credit Card #:                                                                     Expiration date:                              

 

Signature:                                                                                                                                             

Accommodations and Transportation Needs

 

Interpreter Needed:       o Oral                           o Sign Language           o Tactile

 Alternate format:          o Braille                        o Large Print                o Disk (ASCII)

                                    o Assistive Listening Device

 Care Provider coming with me (Name:                                                                                     )

 Accessible Parking Space o     

 Wheelchair Accessible Transportation o   

 Other                                                                                                                                         

Meal Information

The Preconference includes a continental breakfast

The Main Conference includes two continental breakfasts and Friday lunch

Please indicate your choice of breakout sessions:

(This is to help us determine room arrangements.  Attendees will be free to select different workshops on the day of the conference)

 

Thursday, November 15

 
7:45 Courseware Accessibility... o Learning Disabilities and Technological Accom. ... o Qualifications for AT Providers ... o   o

 

9:00 Access to Online Learning and Other Educational Tech... o Enhanced Reading and Study Strategies with WYNN... o The ABCs of Cprint & other Tech Services

 

o   o

 

10:15 Making Web-based Physics Multimedia Accessible o Improving Postsecondary Outcomes for Students with Disabilities o The Changing Role of AT Labs o Interfacing JAWS to Hardware o
11:30 508 in the University Environment (Part 1) o Making Distance Learning Courses Accessible o Getting Started with AT: a roundtable discussion o Interfacing JAWS to Hardware o
1:45 508 in the University Environment (Part 2) o FlashPlus and the Accessible Graphing Calculator o Starting an Assistive Technology Research Center o   o
3:00 Panel: Going the Distance: (Part 1) o Accessible Courseware o Students Transitioning to Higher Education (Part 1) o Hands-on WYNN (Part 1) o
4:15 Panel: Going the Distance: (Part 2) o The Electronic Text Boost For Students with LD, Low Vision or Blindness... o Students Transitioning to Higher Education (Part 2) o Hands-on WYNN (Part 2) o

 

 

Friday, November 16

 
8:00 - 9:30 Accessibility of Online Resources in Higher Ed. o Legal Issues and Student Accommodation... o Reading, Writing & Web Access for Students with Learning Disabilities, Kurzweil... o   o
9:00   o   o   o Accessible Science Labs o
9:45

Making Gender and Disability Visible in Dist. Ed...

o 1 Coordinator + 200 Students = Creative Technology! o Music Technologies for the Blind Musician,  Vision Teacher and Mainstream Music Educator (Part 1) o Accessible Science Labs o
11:00 From Policy to Practice: Implementing Web Accessibility Policy o Current Advances in "High and Low" Technology (for Vision Disabilities) o Music Technologies for the Blind Musician,  Vision Teacher and Mainstream Music Educator (Part 2) o Accessible Science Labs o

  

Contact Information

Contact Disability Services at 303-492-8671 (v/tty), Fax: 303-492-5601, or e-mail us at dsinfo@spot.colorado.edu.

Conference Website: http://www.colorado.edu/sacs/ATconference

Access the above website for more information on workshops and speakers. Additional registration forms can also be printed from this site.

Register Early, Conference Space is Limited

The conference is limited to 150 attendees. The preconference hands-on workshops are limited to 20 participants each.

Location

All preconference workshops take place on the Boulder Campus. All conference workshops take place at the Coors Events Center/ Conference Center on Regent Drive. Enter through the north side entrance at the lower level. The keynote dinner and closing lunch will take place at the Millennium Hotel Boulder (800-545-6285).