There are only 15 seats left in the Masie Group e-Learning Briefing to be held in Washington, DC - April 13 to 14th. This is the only vendor-neutral briefing on the exploding eLearning arena. There are participants from throughout the world attending this 2-day program that is led by the Masie Institute. Demo's, strategies and case studies from successes and failures in the e-learning field are included in the Briefing. If you are interested, please go to: http://www.masie.com.
BARRIER-FREE WEB DESIGN, beginning April 3rd and continuing for four weeks, will be led by Norm Coombs and Dick Banks of the TLT Group's award-winning Project EASI (Equal Access to Software and Information). Learn how Web sites can be made informative, visually appealing, fully accessible to users with disabilities and compliant with the intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Designing for accessibility benefits everyone, as barrier-free Websites also accommodate users with diverse learning styles. Not a programming course, BARRIER-FREE WEB DESIGN instead is intended to help those who influence Web design better understand how to use Web technology as a means of expanding, not limiting, access to information. Syllabus and registration fees at: http://www.rit.edu/~easi/workshops.htm.
The Wisconsin Technology Literacy Challenge Fund (TLCF) Spring Conference will be held May 4-5, 2000 at the Ramada Inn, Wausau, WI. This conference theme is: "Standards, Assessment and Curricular Integration: What are the Possibilities with Technology?" TLCF FY '99 will exhibit their successes. For more information see: http://www.dpi.state.wi.us or email Robert Roy: email@example.com
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