[AI] FW: Webinar on a Basic Beginner Screen Reader

Pranav Lal pranav.lal at gmail.com
Sat May 26 11:04:18 CDT 2007


 

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Subject: Webinar on a Basic Beginner Screen Reader

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EASI is presenting a public Webinar
Thunder RJ: A Screen Reader with Training Wheels
Tuesday June 19 - (2PM EASTERN)


Screen reading software that is really robust and gives the user nearly 
total control of almost all major software programs has to be complex and 
powerful.  This also means that it is usually expensive.  Most have demo 
versions to let people try them, but this Webinar will demonstrate an 
inexpensive beginner screen reader that comes on a USB drive and will run 
from that drive without being installed as part of the computer 
system.  You can take it anywhere: to a friend's house or to a public 
library!

It is good for someone with learning disabilities or with limited 
vision.  It could be great for a senior wanting mainly access to simple, 
public Web sites or to exchange email with grandchildren.  It could be 
useful for a person who is blind but who only requires very limited 
computer access on a periodic basis.

It is NOT a substitute for the mainstream screen readers.  It is like 
transportation using a bike instead of a car.  There is a place for both 
forms of travel.

You can read more and register free at:
http://easi.cc/clinic.htm




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EASI In June!
Barrier-free Web Design is the EASI online course leading to the 
Certificate in Accessible Information Technology
http://easi.cc/workshop.htm
The EASI Webinars in June are: Creating Accessible Forms and Thunder RJ: A 
Screen Reader with Training Wheels
http://easi.cc/clinic.htm

Norman Coombs
CEO EASI http://easi.cc
(949) 855-4852 (Pacific time zone)

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EASI is presenting a public Webinar<br>
Thunder RJ: A Screen Reader with Training Wheels<br>
<font size=2>Tuesday June 19 - (2PM EASTERN) <br><br>
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Screen reading software that is really robust and gives the user nearly
total control of almost all major software programs has to be complex and
powerful.&nbsp; This also means that it is usually expensive.&nbsp; Most
have demo versions to let people try them, but this Webinar will
demonstrate an inexpensive beginner screen reader that comes on a USB
drive and will run from that drive without being installed as part of the
computer system.&nbsp; You can take it anywhere: to a friend's house or
to a public library!&nbsp; <br><br>
It is good for someone with learning disabilities or with limited
vision.&nbsp; It could be great for a senior wanting mainly access to
simple, public Web sites or to exchange email with grandchildren.&nbsp;
It could be useful for a person who is blind but who only requires very
limited computer access on a periodic basis.<br><br>
It is NOT a substitute for the mainstream screen readers.&nbsp; It is
like transportation using a bike instead of a car.&nbsp; There is a place
for both forms of travel.<br><br>
You can read more and register free at:<br>
<a href="http://easi.cc/clinic.htm"
eudora="autourl">http://easi.cc/clinic.htm<br><br>
<br><br>
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</a>------------------------------<br>
EASI In June!<br>
Barrier-free Web Design is the EASI online course leading to the
Certificate in Accessible Information Technology<br>
<a href="http://easi.cc/workshop.htm"
eudora="autourl">http://easi.cc/workshop.htm<br>
</a>The EASI Webinars in June are: Creating Accessible Forms and Thunder
RJ: A Screen Reader with Training Wheels<br>
<a href="http://easi.cc/clinic.htm"
eudora="autourl">http://easi.cc/clinic.htm<br><br>
</a>Norman Coombs<br>
CEO EASI <a href="http://easi.cc/" eudora="autourl">http://easi.cc<br>
</a>(949) 855-4852 (Pacific time zone)<br>
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Check out EASI's New Synchronous Clinics:
http://easi.cc/clinic.htm
<p>
EASI Home Page http://www.rit.edu/~easi
Online Courses and Clinics http://easi.cc/workshop.htm
To sign off this list
send e-mail to listserv at listserv.icors.org saying
signoff itd-jnl
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