[Cato] [Athen] Webinar: Reporting out from Accessing Higher Ground
jess.thompson at sbctc.edu
Tue Nov 28 19:18:19 PST 2017
Wow, that seems odd - and pricy. I'll just share the slide deck with you all and tell you what I hear.
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Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges
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I didn’t realize there was a cost to watch this webinar. Jess – do you think it is worth the $140-200 to access it? Would it make as much sense for you to give us the synopsis?
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Subject: [Athen] Webinar: Reporting out from Accessing Higher Ground
If you were at the Accessing Higher Ground conference (either physically or virtually), you might now be sorting through your notes and contemplating your takeaways and how to apply them on your campus.
If you weren't able to attend, you might be wondering what you missed.
In either case, you might find it helpful to hear from others who attended the conference, sharing their highlights and lessons learned. AHEAD is offering this opportunity in a webinar next week, titled "Post-Conference Impressions: Accessing Higher Ground". I'll be moderating, and presenters will include:
Alisa Louther, American University
Dawn Hunziker, University of Arizona
Heidi Scher, University of Arkansas
Jess Thompson, Washington State Board of Community and Technical Colleges
Marla Roll, Colorado State University
Scott Marshall, University of Minnesota
To register, simply click on the "Register Here" link on the Fall 2017 Tech Series Webinars web page:
Hope to see you all there.
Technology Accessibility Specialist
DO-IT, Accessible Technology Services
UW Information Technology
University of Washington
tft at uw.edu<mailto:tft at uw.edu>
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