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Free Webinar - Accessibility in the Learning Environment: Lessons Learned
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5/4/2017
When: 05/04/2017
1:00pm EDT
Where: Online
United States
Contact: CCUMC Executive Director
8128556049


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About this webinar:

For this presentation, we will look into how best incorporate accessibility to physical and virtual classroom spaces. It is our hope of providing case study examples, we will be looking at increased campus awareness, policy practices and an overall increased productivity.

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To join the webinar: 

https://IU.zoom.us/webinar/register/5ef2b1da3ca7bd5634538d7d4481ef37

**You MUST register with Zoom, using the link above, first. Once you that registration is complete, you will receive a confirmation email containing how to access the webinar.

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http://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CCUMC 

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Presenter:

Kamran Rasul
Director of Assertive Technology 
Columbia Basic College
Pasco, Washington

Kamran Rasul joined Columbia Basin College as their Director of Assistive Technology and shortly established the Assistive Technology Center to ensure support for students with disabilities are ready to receive adaptive technology support. In the spirit of section 508 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) adaptive technology supports a range of disabilities, including deaf, hard of hearing, blind/low vision and individuals with mobility impairments and learning disabilities. Prior to CBC, Kamran came from Washington, D.C., where he worked at American University as their Assistive Technology Specialist. His interest in the profession began when he worked several years at a number of health care settings as their Assistive Technology staff. He earned a B.A. in Anthropology and a Masters in Teaching Education.