Grant Wood Area Education Agency and the University of Iowa Center for Assistive Technology Education & Research Presents:
The 2017 “Building Bridges: Eastern Iowa Assistive Technology Conference” will provide an opportunity to see first-hand the latest in assistive technologies (AT), practices, and services for school-age students with disabilities. This AT conference will serve as a unique opportunity for professionals, parents, administrators and service providers to exchange and gather information on the current status and assistive technology tools available for consideration.
Tuesday, April 25 • 9:30am - 10:20am
Navigating Microsoft Built-in Accessibility for K-12 Learners

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This session will inform participants of the built-in accessibility features within Microsoft 365. Participants will learn about Microsoft features that support student learning and accessible course design. The following features will be highlighted during the session: Text to Speech, Speech to Text, Magnifiers, OneNote, Word , and PowerPoint etc.

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Maggie Butler

PhD Candidate, U of I, Iowa Center for Assistive Technology Education and Research
Maggie Butler is a PhD Candidate at the University of Iowa. Maggie worked as a rehabilitation counselor with transition-aged youth. She also worked with college students with disabilities as the Director/ADA/504 Compliance Officer at a four-year liberal arts college.

Tuesday April 25, 2017 9:30am - 10:20am
American Gothic

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