Information Technology in Education

Tuesday, December 4, 2001

NIDRR has formed the Do-IT Center at the University of Washington to develop and disseminate information regarding the responsibilities of education programs to meet the needs opf individuals with disabilities relative to their acquisition and utilization of information technology in the classroom and beyond. This session will focus on the objectives of the project and how the ADA and new Section 508 requirements apply to education settings. This session will be provided at no charge to all interested parties.
 
Speakers
Debbie Cook Director Washington Assistive Technology Alliance