Accessibility Webinars from EASI

Equal Access to Software and Information (EASI) offers free 1 hour presentations on accessibility topics.  These topics cover a wide variety of assistive technology tools.  For example, on June 22, Robert Beach from Kansas City College will give a demonstration DAISY players.  EASI also has fee-based webinars with more detailed presentations on content for the web that […]

Assistive Technology and Learning Disabilities Training, May 21

The INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads recently held a public training covering topics related to assistive technology and learning disabilities.  Here’s a recap of the event: Toni Sayers from Cambium Learning Technologies walked us through the Kurzweil 3000 software.  After breaking down all the features and demonstrating its basic functions, she answered questions about […]

Kids on the Block Puppet Show Teaches Youngsters About Disabilities

Elementary school is a tender time for children when it comes to learning about the world.  They start forming strong opinions about their surroundings, and look to their teachers and parents for guidance.  In some classrooms, students have little to no exposure to people with disabilities, which can lead to confusion when they encounter someone […]

Special Olympics Indiana: Summer Games 2010

What: Special Olympics Indiana hosting 41st Summer Games event Where: Indiana State University, Terre Haute When: June 4 – June 6 Why: More than 2,500 Hoosier athletes will compete in seven different sports: Aquatics, Bocce, Bowling, Cycling, Horseshoes, Track & Field, and Volleyball.  The Summer Games will kick off with the Vigo County Law Enforcement […]