Save the date, because the 7th Annual CUNY Accessibility Conference is around the corner! Every year, this event gives us the opportunity to inform you of the new advancements in accessible technologies, updates and new features of popular accessibility software, and much more. Last year’s conference was a success with many great presentations on various accessibility topics that helped inform and engage participants, and things will be even better for this year’s conference.
Mark your calendars for the 7th Annual CUNY Accessibility Conference, which will take place on May 6th, 2016 from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm at John Jay College. Here is the save the date link to have the date automatically saved to your calendar. Check out the photos from last year’s conference in the slideshow above, and follow CATS on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates on this year’s conference.
Students familiar with the LiveScribe Pen are already familiar with the value of audio-synced notes and how they make studying an easier task. But, what if you could use that technology without the pen? With AudioNote, you can do just that.
For people who are blind or have vision impairments, learning Braille is useful and, in some cases, essential. However, resources for learning braille can be limited and difficult to find. Fortunately for Apple users, there is a free resource for learning braille in the form of Pocket Braille Reference.