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Assistive Technologies Seminar

The Computer Science and Software Engineering dept. (my alma mater) along with the folks from the AIDB E. H. Gentry Assistive Technology program will be hosting a hands-on seminar on assistive computer applications and other technologies for the disabled. The information they will provide will be a very useful guide to helping us as web developers build websites that accessible to all viewers whether they are disabled or not.  I encourage all AU IT specialists, webmasters, and others charged with web development to attend this seminar. I've pasted the original announcement below if you missed it the first time.


The Computer Science and Software Engineering Department and the
AIDB E. H. Gentry Assistive Technology program from Talladega are inviting all interested faculty, staff and students to a Computer Applications/Assistive Technologies seminar on Tuesday, Feb. 21. The seminar will take place in 238 Broun Hall from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. The E. H. Gentry Assistive Technology center team will provide theoretical and hands-on presentations of cutting edge software and hardware assistive technologies applications. Participants will have the opportunity to come forward at the end of the program and try the devices "hands-on." This seminar is free of charge for all Auburn University employees and students. For more information about this event contact Daniela Marghitu at