Want to go to Orlando in January? ATIA may be Just the Excuse you Need

Originaly published at: http://www.blindbargains.com/bargains.php?m=15383

Registration is now open for those who are interested in attending the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) conference in Orlando. The 2017 edition will be held from January 19–21 in Orlando. Saturday will be a half day, while Thursday and Friday will be full days. Attendee registration prices start at $100 for a half day Saturday and go up from there. More information can be found on the registration fees page.

If you wish to attend the entire conference, and feel you would be well suited to a presentation, you can earn a discount by contributing to the conference itself. If this is an idea you want to pursue, the call for presentations remains open until June 17. Find out more information by going to the above link. While we won’t be able to bring you the warmer weather if you can’t attend, Blind Bargains will bring you information from the conference as it happens.

Publicado por

  • Ruan Carlos

    Discente da disciplina Áudio-descrição, do curso de graduação de Rádio, TV e internet, da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE).View all article by Ruan Carlos

ACB’s Conference and Convention 2016

Originally published on https://acbconvention.org


The 55th ACB conference and convention will take place from July 1 to July 9, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Approximately 1,000 blind and visually impaired people are expected to attend this conference from across the United States and from many foreign countries. Countless others will listen to selected broadcasts from the conference on ACB’s Internet radio service. Still others will read the conference program and newspaper from the ACB website and on ACB email lists. Included among these participants will be blind entrepreneurs, students, teachers, rehabilitation professionals, attorneys, musicians, parents and grandparents.

See more on https://acbconvention.org

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  • Francisco José de Lima

    Professor Adjunto da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE); Coordenador do Centro de Estudos Inclusivos (CEI/UFPE); Idealizador e Formador do Curso de Tradução Visual com ênfase em Áudio-descrição “Imagens que Falam” (CEI/UFPE);Tradutor e intérprete, psicólogo, coordenador do Centro de Estudos Inclusivos. E-mail: cei@ce.ufpe.brView all article by Francisco José de Lima