WebEd Webinar Series

The Great Lakes and Southwest ADA Centers have joined with RESNA to provide a series of free webinar sessions to meet the needs of the AT Act Programs. The sessions are designed to provide timely information by experts on various aspects technology and it\'s interface with issues covered under the ADA. The programs are 90 minutes in length and provided free to interested persons. All sessions are close captioned.

Continuing education credits are available through RESNA and interested individuals should complete the application and required evaluation form (available for download prior to the session) and submit their application via email to dpaulson@resna.org or by fax to: 703-524-6630. There is a $16 fee to receive credits for each webinar.

Next Session:Wednesday, April 15, 2015 3:00pm ET
Topic : The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards and planning Accessible Design in Device Demonstration and Display Rooms for Tech Act State Programs
Description :

This webinar will include a discussion on improving the quality of program accessibility for Tech Act State Device Demonstrations. The Maryland Technology Assistance Program model includes two demonstration sites and a descriptive on line device inventory. The program is working with the Montgomery County Public Libraries to increase statewide access to assistive technologies for people of all ages with disabilities.

Assistive Technology Specialist
Denise Barton, Schuler an Assistive Technology Specialist with the Maryland Technology Assistance (MDTAP) and Lori Markland MDTAP Director of Communications, Outreach and Program Development.
Francie Gilman a librarian in Montgomery County Public Libraries who works on library and literacy services for people with disabilities will explain their inclusive planning process.
Training Associate
Andy Winnegar, Training Associate, Southwest ADA Center will provide an overview of ADA program accessibility.