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Webinar: Exploring Accessible Campus Maps

The webinar recording on using SAS Graphics Accelerator Maps - fully accessible non-visual digital maps - is now available!

Update 6/18/20: The recording of the Exploring Accessible Campus Maps Using SAS Graphics Accelerator webinar is now available!

This spring has been challenging for many O&Ms with school closures and remote instruction. How are you handling university orientation for students transitioning to college? Paths to Technology has a series of blog posts about SAS Graphics Accelerator Maps – cutting-edge technology that enables O&Ms, TVIs, Disability Support Staff and family members to quickly create fully accessible campus maps using Google Maps and SAS Graphics Accelerator.

You may be following the recent posts about Victor, the rising college freshman, as he uses a non-visual campus map during a Zoom lesson to build a mental map of campus and how he applies this mental map during his on campus O&M lesson. Intrigued?


During this webinar you will learn how students with visual impairments or blindness explore online campus maps. The webinar will explore specific scenarios that:

Note: The webinar and software is free!


For details and more information, go to SAS Accessibility Webinar: Exploring Accessible Campus Maps using SAS Graphics Accelerator.

For a list of posts about SAS Graphics Accelerator Maps, see the SAS Graphics Accelerator Summary Page post.

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