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  • G3ict.org - Event overview
    conference will focus on solutions and various impacts of implementation relevant to people in public spaces Topics to be addressed are issues related to universal design in planning legislation politics education buildings outdoor areas information and communications technologies ICT and public transport The latest international practical knowledge and R D results on universal design will also be presented Our aim is to make the universal design conference in Oslo a

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    Proceedings Agenda NCIL 2012 Annual Conference on Independent Living Washington D C USA June 11 14 2012 Grand Hyatt Reservation The 2012 Annual Conference on Independent Living celebrates NCIL s 30th Anniversary Conference website http www ncil org conference conference2012

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    Hotel For further details please visit http webconference psu edu The Web Conference at Penn State is an annual event that brings together committed individuals in the higher education web community who want to learn listen connect engage and do From content strategy to programming this conference covers it for Penn State and beyond 2012 is no exception This year we are pleased and excited to offer a conference focused

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  • G3ict.org - Event overview
    look like trends in smartphones and tablets and how assistive technologies will continue to develop in the mobile environment Listen to users experience and feedback on the latest accessible and assistive mobile available on mobile phones and tablets Explore with leading experts what is coming next how it is being approached by industry and what will be necessary from an infrastructure perspective to leverage innovations Discuss with service providers key success factors in offering promoting and delivering mobile accessible and assistive solutions and services to seniors and persons with disabilities Featured Speakers Karen Peltz Strauss Deputy Chief Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau FCC Frances West Worldwide Director IBM Human Ability and Accessibility Center Peter Mahoney Chief Marketing Officer Nuance and General Manager Dragon Susan Mazrui Director Global Public Policy AT T Services Inc Jeff Kramer Director of Public Policy and Strategic Alliances Verizon Scott Freiermuth Counsel Government Affairs Sprint Jim Tobias President Inclusive Technologies John Herzog FCC Christian Vogler Director Technology Access Program Gallaudet University Peggy Remis National Connections Program Manager The OASIS Institute Paul Schroeder Vice President Programs and Policy Group American Foundation for the Blind Ari Ne eman President and co founder of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network Cathy Bodine Assistant Professor Department of Rehabilitation Medicine University of Colorado at Denver AT Advisor Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities VIDEO Watch the Global Briefing Tour kick off Session at FCC HQ with captions Featuring remarks by ITU Secretary General Dr Hamadoun Touré BLOG Mobile Innovations for Persons with Disabilities Require Increased Spectrum The Hill s Congress Blog by Axel Leblois G3ict Executive Director 6 5 2012 Follow Latest M Enabling Summit Updates M Enabling Australasia 2013 August 14 15 2013 Australian Technology Park Sydney Background Mobile technology is a potential game changer for people with disability and many older

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  • G3ict.org - Event Summary
    infrastructure as well as a technology perspective o Jim Tobias President Inclusive Technologies Will discuss what the future of technology may look like the impact of smart phones and tablets and how assistive technology has developed and will continue to develop in the mobile environment Presentation 9 30 a m User Panel Live testimonies on the benefits of mobile accessibility and assistive technologies for seniors and persons with disabilities Panelists who have experience with a wide range of disabilities will present hands on case studies and provide feedback on latest technologies Moderator Paul Schroeder Vice President Programs and Policy Group AFB American Foundation for the Blind Panelists o John Herzog FCC o Christian Vogler Director Technology Access Program Gallaudet University o Peggy Remis National Connections Program Manager The OASIS Institute o Ari Ne eman President and co founder of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network o Cathy Bodine Associate Professor Department of Rehabilitation Medicine University of Colorado at Denver AT Advisor Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities 10 30 a m Break 10 45 a m Latest technology enablers for assistive and accessible mobile apps Panel will explore what is coming next how it is being approached by industry and what will be necessary from an infrastructure perspective to leverage those innovations Moderator Matthew Gerst Counsel External State Affairs CTIA The Wireless Association Panelists o Karen Peltz Strauss Deputy Chief Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau FCC New programs enabled by new technologies o Peter Mahoney Chief Marketing Officer General Manager Dragon Nuance Communications Inc o Anne Taylor Director of Access Technology National Federation of the Blind o Amanda Stent Principal Member of Technical Staff AT T Research 11 30 a m Developing an effective mobile accessibility eco system Panel will discuss success factors in offering promoting and delivering mobile accessible and assistive

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  • G3ict.org - Event overview
    Interactive with brainstorming break out sessions led by moderators rapporteurs and participants It is assumed that attendees accept the goal of inclusion and the importance of inclusive participation for persons with disabilities and will contribute to a meaningful debate about innovative strategies to accomplish this goal Information about successes and failures will be recognized as equally important Sessions are designed to facilitate the greatest interaction possible among participants Focus of discussions will be on the process and lessons learned from implementing policy and programs rather than on the policies and programs themselves Discussants with specific experiences to be shared as case studies will be identified ahead of the sessions to ensure adequate preparation time It is expected that a white paper will be developed to capture the analysis shared during the meeting and its conclusions Participants by invitation only Government persons with disabilities advocates United Nations affiliated organizations private sector service providers experts and academia Hotel and Accomodation The DEEP 2012 meeting will take place at OCAD University Great Hall 100 McCaul St Toronto Hotels near OCAD University A block of rooms has been reserved at the following hotels Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown 92 Peter Street Toronto Ontario Canada M5V 2G5 Tel 1 416 593 9200 Reference DEEP Conference Accessibility information from Access Guide Canada The special room rate CAD 144 per night will be available until May 7 or until the group block is sold out whichever comes first To begin the reservation process online click on Book a Room to receive the DEEP group s preferred rate Hilton Toronto 145 Richmond Street West Toronto Ontario Canada M5H 2L2 Tel 1 416 869 3456 or 1 800 HILTONS Email info toronto hilton com Reference OCAD University Accessibility information from Access Guide Canada The special room rate CAD 209

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  • G3ict.org - Event Summary
    o Mark Chignell University of Toronto o Dave Dougall RIM Research In Motion Ltd o Robert Floyd TD Bank Group o Mary Louise Hayward CRTC Canadian Radio television and Telecommunications Commission o John Lee RIM Research In Motion Ltd o Cindy Jones Sherk Bell Canada Accessiblity Services o Bill Kapralos University of Ontario Institute of Technology UOIT o David Lepofsky The Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee o Susan Mazrui Global Public Policy AT T Services Inc o Dan Shire IBM Interactive o Alf Spencer Accessibility Directorate of Ontario ADO Contents and Services Room 554 Every form of content and almost all interactive services are now delivered through online systems Issues of accessibility interact with issues such as identity management security and access What are creative ways to ensure that online content and services are accessible What are some threats to greater accessibility What strategies have not been successful What are some of the solutions that can be reused or repurposed Moderator Kiran Kaja Accessibility Engineer Adobe Systems Rapporteur Tom Smith VP of Sales and Business Development Ephox Corporation Participants o Ron Baecker Technologies for Aging Gracefully lab TAGlab University of Toronto o Doreen Balabanoff OCAD U o Anne Bermot Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation o Kathryn Church Ryerson University o Colin Clark FLOE Project and accessible OER OCAD U o Steve Driz OMOD Ontario March of Dimes o Robert Harvie Inclusive Media o Jeff Kline Strategic Accessibility o Robert Luke George Brown College o Mike Paciello The Paciello Group o Peter Pennefather University of Toronto o Inmaculada Placencia Porrero Directorate General Justice European Commission o Amin Remtula Ontario Ministry of Government Services o Cyndi Rowland Utah State University o Kevin Stolarick Martin Prosperity Institute University of Toronto o Gregg Vanderheiden University of Wisconsin Madison o Scott Walker U S Consulate General Toronto 3 45 4 45 p m Plenary Session Reports from Breakout Sessions Discussion and Conclusions 5 15 7 00 p m Reception hosted by the Honorale David Onley Lt Governor of Ontario Queen s Park Buses to Queen s Park will be provide Business casual attire Day 2 Friday May 25 2012 08 00 AM 04 00 PM Venue OCAD University Auditorium Room 190 100 McCaul St Toronto 8 00 8 45 a m Coffee and networking 100 McCaul St 8 45 10 30 a m Plenary Session Levers for Greater Inclusion and Accessibility Session Chair Jutta Treviranus Director Inclusive Design Institute OCAD University Economic Levers and Market Forces Richard Donovan Managing Partners IPS Insights Technology for Aging Gracefully Ron Baecker Technologies for Aging Gracefully lab TAGlab University of Toronto The Importance of Community and Social Cohesion Kristyn Wong Tam Toronto City Councillor 10 15 10 30 a m Coffee Break 10 30 a m 12 15 p m Breakout Brainstorming Sessions Acting with Levers Multi stakeholders perspectives Technology Levers Room 556 New publishing standards supporting digital readers bring the structure required to make documents accessible to individuals with print impairments cloud services offer a way to

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  • G3ict.org - Event overview
    learning technologies technologies designed to advance independent achievement for people with disabilities and or students with learning difficulties It includes sessions looking at these technologies in the following three interest streams Struggling Students People with Complex Communication Needs People with Disabilities What do we mean by struggling students Here we are talking about students who are in Regular Ed settings but are struggling to keep up with the reading writing

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