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Putting Assistive Technology to Work

July 12 – 14, 2015

Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa,  Scottsdale, AZ

The Arizona Technology Access Program is pleased to announce that the Call-for-Presenters for the upcoming 17th Annual Assistive Technology Summer Institute is now open.  The deadline for submitting a proposal is January 16, 2015.

Conference Breakout Sessions: In keeping with the theme of “Putting Assistive Technology to Work”, we are seeking breakout session presentations that show how assistive technology can be used across environments (education, employment and/or community living) to support and enhance the abilities of persons with disabilities regardless of age or disability type. Presentations should focus on innovative, evidence-based approaches that develop and enhance inclusion, productivity and independence.  Breakout sessions run 75 minutes (1hour, 15 minutes) in length. To submit your proposal(s), scroll down to the form below and complete all required fields.

Presentation Options for Conference Exhibitors*: If you intend to be an exhibitor at the conference and would like to be considered for a presentation, two options are available:

(1) If your presentation addresses product implementation related to one or more of the core areas described above, you may submit a proposal for a full breakout session by completing  all required fields on the form below. Submission deadline is  January 16, 2015.

(2) You can submit a proposal to highlight your organization’s products or services during a 30 minute “Fast Track Exhibitor Spotlight” session; Fast Track presentations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Proposals will be accepted until all slots are filled.    Click on this link to submit your proposal for a Spotlight session.

*Final acceptance of an Exhibitor Proposal (for either option) is contingent on the Exhibitor’s registration for the conference.

For questions or assistance, contact Adi at adi.kalika@nau.edu or 602.728.9534, 800.477.9921

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