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What’s Next for College-Aspiring Learners? Webinar

Tech, Literacy and Educational Equity: Exploring What's Next and Necessary for College-Aspiring Learners with Blindness and Low Vision.

UPDATE: In case you missed the webinar the recorded webinar and resource materials have been added to the bottom of this post!

College Success @ Perkins presents “Tech, Literacy and Educational Equity: Exploring What’s Next and Necessary for College-Aspiring Learners with Blindness and Low Vision”, a free webinar series that connects you with leading experts to explore the crucial intersection of technology and learning in 2021 and beyond. 

What: Interactive, live webinar “Literacy Through Technology: Effective Supports, Implementation and True Equity”

Presenter: Dr. Yue-Ting Siu, TVI and Assistant Professor at San Francisco State University, along with a panel of blindness experts

When: Wednesday, July 21st at 3 p.m. Eastern

Target Audience: All educators – including TVIs, special educators, assistive technology teachers, parents, vocational rehabilitation counselors and more!

Literacy Through Technology: Effictive Supports, Implementation and True Equity recorded webinar with Dr. Yue-Ting Siu:

 

Resources

Did you miss the first Tech Literacy and Education Equity for College-Aspiring Learners Webinar? The “Reading Brain in a Digital Culture – Promise and Concerns” by renown children’s literacy advocate, Dr. Maryanne Wolf.  Part 1 Webinar recording is now available here.

Attached File(s)

https://www.perkins.org/sites/elearning.perkinsdev1.org/files/College_Readiness_Checklist_Digital%20%281%29.pdf https://www.perkins.org/sites/elearning.perkinsdev1.org/files/Paths%20to%20Technology%20Links%20for%20webinar%20%281%29.docx
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