Center for Accessibility

Accessible App Demo and Problem Identification Workshop

Presenters: Mark Reumann – Patent Office, Zuhair Mahmoud – Library of Congress, Don Barrett – Dept. of Education.From 1 to 3 p.m., presenters will demo and discuss accessible smart phone apps, like MoneyReader, Color Identifier and VisWiz.From 3 to 5 p.m. developers and project managers are invited to participate in a Problem Identification Workshop, to get requirements and problems out of this user community. This will be an opportunity to put heads together to come up with tools that can be built at a Hackathon that will be held the following Saturday.

Saturday Technology Training Sessions

Demonstrations of adaptive technology for the blind and disabled community and opportunities to network and share ideas. For children and adults who use adaptive technology. For special guest announcements, call 202-727-2142. Adaptive Services Division, Second Floor, Room 215.

Tech Talk Tuesday

This meet up gives more experienced Assistive Technology users to the chance to receive training in specific technologies. Learn how to use adaptive technologies such as GW Micro Braille Sense, NoteTaker and Window Eyes screen reader. For more informaton, call (202) 727-2142. All ages.

Book Discussion

The Talking Book Club of the DC Regional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped will read and discuss The Other Wes Moore.

DC Rehabilitation Services Administration Jobs Lab

The DC Rehabilitation Services Administration, Blindness and Vision Impaired Unit, will train on how to prepare résumés and cover letters, search for jobs, communicate with prospective employers, accept job offers, and enhance job-related skills. For information, call 202-727-2142. Adaptive Services Division, Room 215. All ages.

DC Rehabilitation Services Administration Jobs Lab

The DC Rehabilitation Services Administration, Blindness and Vision Impaired Unit, will train on how to prepare résumés and cover letters, search for jobs, communicate with prospective employers, accept job offers, and enhance job-related skills. For information, call 202-727-2142. Adaptive Services Division, Room 215. All ages.

Accessibility Camp DC

An informal conference focusing on web accessibility and bringing together web developers and adaptive technology users to network and share information. All ages.

Accessibility DC Meet-up

Meet Web developers with an interest in accessibility and people who use adaptive technology. All ages.

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