is pleased to announce that on Thursday, May 30, 2002, we will host
a live webcast on access to information through technology in K-12
and post-secondary educational entities.
Cook, Technical Assistance Coordinator of AccessIT
Johnson, Principal Investigator of AccessIT
Spofford, Attorney, Office for Civil Rights (OCR), US Department
of Education, and OCR webmaster
Stockford, Director of Special Services, Maine Department of Education
Spofford will discuss OCR's position on legal obligations of educational
entities to provide access to information through technology under
Section 504 and ADA. He will also discuss OCR recommendations
Stockford will discuss the process and outcomes of efforts to
improve accessibility of E&IT in the Maine K-12 system.
from the webcast audience.
have scheduled time for the panelists to answer your questions.
We encourage you to send us your questions to use before the webcast
so we can provide them to the panelists for review and consideration.
We will also be taking phone and email questions during the webcast.
email questions, please send them to email@example.com
call in questions, please call 866-968-2223 (toll free voice),
or 866-866-0162 (toll free TTY).
followup teleconference will be scheduled with Tim Spofford of OCR
in late June to explore in depth legal issues around electronic
and information technology, including details about settlement letters,
This webcast it available in Archived form - pleas Click the link above that says "Click Here for Globe Show" Here. People who register will receive further information about
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