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Technology News for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
From the American Foundation for the Blind
 November 2003 Issue  Volume 4  Number 6

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November 11–14, 2003

Accessing Higher Ground: Assistive Technology in Higher Education

Boulder, CO

Contact:

Disability Services, University of Colorado at Boulder; phone: 303-492-8671; email: <dsinfo@colorado.edu>; web site: <www.colorado.edu/ATconference>.

November 13, 2003

Web Access Seminar for Web Designers

London, England, United Kingdom

Contact:

Royal National Institute for the Blind; email: <wac@rnib.org.uk>; web site: <www.rnib.org.uk/xpedio/groups/public/documents/publicwebsite/public_seminar_info.hcsp>.

January 14–17, 2004

Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference and Exhibition

Lake Buena Vista, FL

Contact:

ATIA; phone: 877-OUR-ATIA (687-2842) or 312-673-4838; email: <info@atia.org>; web site: <www.atia.org>.

March 15–20, 2004

19th Annual Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference

Los Angeles, CA

Contact:

Center on Disabilities, California State University, Northridge; phone: 818-677-2578; email: <ctrdis@csun.edu>; web site: <www.csun.edu/cod>.

July 13–15, 2004

Sight Village: 8th Annual International Exhibition of Services and Equipment for People with a Visual Impairment

Birmingham, England

Contact:

Queen Alexandra College; phone: 011-44-(0)121-428-5050; web site: <www.qac.ac.uk/sightvillage>.

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