[games_access] WG: [games-for-health] NCTI Conference Passalong
mark at ablegamers.com
Tue Sep 22 16:29:44 EDT 2009
Yes, I am on a panel discussion and AbleGamers has put in a few
proposals for the tech expo.
If anyone is looking for more details let me know, and I can see what I find.
On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 4:20 PM, Sandra Uhling <sandra_uhling at web.de> wrote:
> I got this today. I thought this maybe interesting for you.
> @Michelle: I do not understand of which "group" he is talking about.
> Best regards,
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Ben
>> Hello Everyone,
> For those of you who NEED (and this is pretty much EVERYONE) to improve the
> accessibility of your games and projects I want to highlight this conference
> below. It's a great group and they're working with us to do more work to
> make games/serious games more accessible. Mark Barlet from Ablegamers I
> believe is presenting and I know there are others here who have or are
> playing a role this year.
> The passalong email is below:
>> Friends don't let friends pay full conference registration rates!
>> Register for NCTI's 2009 Technology Innovators Conference before
>> 1 and save $60!
>> The 2009 National Center for Technology Innovation's (NCTI) Technology
>> Innovators Conference, Educational Futures - Powered by Technology,
>> will focus on how learning and assistive technologies can supercharge
>> education for all students, including those with disabilities.
>> With "must-attend" keynote speeches, engaging panel discussions,
>> powerful presentations, and the extraordinary opportunity to network
>> with fellow leaders and innovators representing exciting programs
>> across the country...this is YOUR conference!
>> Register now at
>> Over 200 nationally recognized leaders from academia, corporations,
>> government and the media will examine the big ideas that have
>> emerged to
>> strengthen teaching and learning through the effective use of
>> technology. The presentations will focus on best and emerging
>> to ensure that all students, particularly struggling learners, fulfill
>> their academic and social potential. View the conference agenda at
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