Assistive Technology and Accessible Media: Sixth Annual Conference
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The events and meetings listed below have been submitted by attendees to the 2003 Accessing Higher Ground: Assistive Technology and Accessible Media Conference. If you would like to organize a meeting or gathering, send an e-mail to: Howard.Kramer@Colorado.EDU and we will post it here.

NOTE: These announcements are for informational purposes only and are not meant as an endorsement of the activities below.


Don Frazier would like to convene a forum during the conference to receive input on a new publication he is establishing called The Forum. His description of the publication and request for input follows:

What's New: A Newsletter for Disabilities Services Managers and the Allied Professions

A new publication for our discipline has entered its final stage of planning; the publishers have asked for input from the registrants of Accessing Higher Ground.

It is called The Forum; its mission is "to inform and connect the allied disciplines serving students with disabilities in higher education." According to the prospectus, "The Forum intends to cover the wide range of news and ideas important to DS managers, and to do so with the urgency and relevance policy-makers need. We would do so in newsletter form, providing a regular synopsis of timely, credible, well-selected information; complete with the references you need to pursue further detail and contact your peers."

The planners of The Forum ask if you would be interested in attending a focus group to be held during the conference on the publication, its goals, and your need for information. If you are interested in this project and would like to offer guidance during this formative stage, contact The Forum at; by phone, 303 473 9590; or fax, 303 786 8556.

For more information contact Disability Services at 303-492-8671 (v/tty), fax: 303-492-5601, or e-mail us at