Starting June 1 - Three continuing credits are available.
ADAPT-IT is a four-week course providing an overview to the topic of adaptive computing and is ideal for administrators, teachers, librarians, computer support staff, ADA compliance officers and service providers. It focuses on how to set up computing technology and services for individuals with disabilities. Taught by people who have consulted extensively on adaptive technology and information access.
This workshop has been revised and enhanced in 1998 to include text assignments and web assignments. New material related to special education and students in K-12 has also been included.
The course is delivered using e-mail and some materials are accessed on the web. You can expect to spend at least 3-4 hours a week, but you can put in much more time if you like. We encourage that you interact by e-mail with teachers and other students. For more information including fees and how to register, look on the web at: http://www.rit.edu/~easi or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org for a syllabus and registration.
Distance Education Clearinghouse
Instructional Design at Instructional Communications Systems
Training for Videconferencing
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