Americas Feb 6, 2015
MACOMB, IL: The Western Illinois University Center for Exceptional Children (CEC) will hold its first Assistive Technology Conference on the WIU-Macomb campus, Friday, Feb. 13.
The daylong, free conference—made possible by a grant from the Illinois State Board of Education—will provide educators with an overview of assistive technology and an introduction to augmentative and alternative communication for students with communication disorders. It will be held in Horrabin Hall, room 1.
Infinitec will provide the training, and educators will be able to earn continuing education credits (CEUs) and continuing professional development units (CPDUs). The conference session line up is listed below (or see www.wiu.edu/coehs/curriculum_and_instruction/eventsindex.php). To register, visit http://bit.ly/WIUATC2015.
Parking will be available at no charge in the faculty/staff lots surrounding Horrabin Hall.
For more information, contact Mary Jensen, WIU professor of curriculum and instruction, at (309) 298-1778 or MM-Jensen@wiu.edu.