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==='''Assistive Technology Conference - LDA of Washington State'''===
==='''Assistive Technology Conference - LDA of Washington State'''===
* What: A customized Assistive Technology Conference designed to educate and demonstrate technology solutions to increase success in educational and workplace environments.  
* '''What:''' A customized Assistive Technology Conference designed to educate and demonstrate technology solutions to increase success in educational and workplace environments.  
* When: Saturday, November 7th  
* '''When:''' Saturday, November 7th  
* Where: Hamlin-Robinson School
* '''Where:''' Hamlin-Robinson School
* Who: This event that is open to LDA members and non-members in Washington State (predominately in Seattle/Eastside areas). The Conference is focused on parents, teachers, adults, and children so they can become exposed to the technology solutions they may need for middle school, high school, and postsecondary/work.
* '''Who:''' This event that is open to LDA members and non-members in Washington State (predominately in Seattle/Eastside areas). The Conference is focused on parents, teachers, adults, and children so they can become exposed to the technology solutions they may need for middle school, high school, and postsecondary/work.
** CEUs will be provided
** CEUs will be provided



Revision as of 14:38, 29 October 2015

Assistive Technology Conference - LDA of Washington State

  • What: A customized Assistive Technology Conference designed to educate and demonstrate technology solutions to increase success in educational and workplace environments.
  • When: Saturday, November 7th
  • Where: Hamlin-Robinson School
  • Who: This event that is open to LDA members and non-members in Washington State (predominately in Seattle/Eastside areas). The Conference is focused on parents, teachers, adults, and children so they can become exposed to the technology solutions they may need for middle school, high school, and postsecondary/work.
    • CEUs will be provided

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AT Solutions Lab Equipment List

Equipment List

  • 2-Mac
  • 2- Chromebooks
  • 2- Laptops with windows 7
  • 2- laptops with Windows 8
  • 10- iPads/iPad minis
  • 3- Surface tablets
  • Software:
  • Zoomtext
  • MAGic
  • Dragon
  • Read and Write Gold
  • Solo
  • WordQ- Do you have Speech Q?
  • Inspiration
  • Kurzweil 3000
  • Ginger
  • mount kit
  • Ruby
  • Livescribe pens
  • Keyboards
  • mice
  • pencil grips
  • different cases for iPads
  • Eye-Pal Reader
  • Droid Watch
  • Talking Calculator
  • Talking Theromometer
  • Talking Pill alarm
  • Pocket talker
  • Wireless headphones
  • sit to stand desk
  • ball chair

WATAP

  • Telepresence Robot
  • Android devices
  • Kindle Fire
  • Ram mounts
  • scale
  • pebble
  • magnifiers
  • laptop with WYNN, ClaroRead and ReadIt
  • iPod touch
  • Reading Pen
  • Talking Dictionary
  • Eye Pal Reader
  • ergonomic seat
  • Foot Fidget
  • Wizcom SuperPen Scanner
  • Optelect ClearReader +
  • LiveScribe Echo

TFL

  • Kubi
  • iPod touch
  • Samsung watch
  • smaller keyboard
  • new Android tablets
  • Kindle Fire
  • Franklin Anybook anywhere
  • Laptop stand
  • iGuys case-
  • Big Grip Tablet-
  • Personal fitbits
  • We will have our laptop and new surfaces as well

Agenda

  • The tentative working Agenda:
    • 8:30 am Registration
    • 9:00 am Opening/Introductions
    • 9:15 - 10:45 am Panelist Presentations and demonstrations of some of the technology (Georgia Tech, UW and Dr. Dupuy) (about 15-20 minutes each with Q & A after)
    • 10:45 - 11:00 am Break
    • 11:00 - 12:50 pm Hands-on experiential learning with demonstrations in the “lab”
    • 12:50 - 1:00 pm Wrap-up