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EventsFriday, Feb. 28 — Qualitative Research Professional Development (Part 1), 3:30-5 p.m. Bluemont 21. Registration required.
Friday, March 7 — Qualitative Research Professional Development (Part 2), 3:30-5 p.m. Bluemont 21. Registration required.
Friday, March 14 — Qualitative Research Professional Development (Part 3), 3:30-5 p.m. Bluemont 21. Registration required.
April 8, 2014 — Microsoft ends support for Windows XP and Office 2003
- Grad students: Don’t miss ETDR overview March 12
- iPad user meeting March 13: Using the Numbers App
- NVivo 10: “Working with Documents and Managing NVivo Projects” March 14
- Dell product demonstration March 4
- iSIS Class Scheduler training sessions March 4-6
- Zoom videoconferencing: Limit raised to 100 per meeting; new numbers for phone connects
- NVivo site license renewed; new license key for users
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Category Archives: Accessibility
By Mary Lou Marino The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy issued an email and memorandum last week in response to the more than 65,000 individuals and organizations that responded to or signed a petition to require free access over the Internet to … Continue reading
Adaptive Technology resources are available in various venues throughout the campus computing environment. Windows computers in the university computing labs and K-State InfoCommons have this accessibility software: Magnifier — Screen-display utility for people who are visually impaired On-Screen Keyboard — Virtual keyboard for … Continue reading
iTAC is now offering Dragon NaturallySpeaking, a speech-to-text software, on one computer for use by K-State students and employees with disabilities. According to the Dragon software page, this speech-recognition tool “allows busy professionals to dictate documents, send email, search the … Continue reading
As I mentioned last month, one of the most basic needs for accessibility is readable text. For many students with disabilities, accessible text allows the computer to read documents out loud. This is extremely helpful for students with learning disabilities, … Continue reading
You can compose a document for a class you are teaching on your phone, iPad, netbook, tablet PC, iPod, or on the desktop computer in your office. You can even edit files online or on one of your devices. But … Continue reading