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An announcement on a free professional development opportunity from Marlene Zentz at the UMOnline. Please spread the word and attend this conference.

19th Annual Accessing Higher Ground Virtual Conference!

Accessible Media, Web and Technology Conference


November 16th – 18th

Todd Building, University of Montana Campus


The School of Extended & Lifelong Learning, Disability Services for Students, IT’s Accessible Technology Services, and the EITA Working Group are pleased to sponsor the 19th Annual Accessing Higher Ground Virtual Conference. This conference provides the entire campus community with an opportunity to learn more about a wide array of pertinent accessibility topics.


The two Main Conference Tracks A and B will be streamed simultaneously in the Todd Building, Rooms 201 and 205. Over three days, twenty three one-hour presentations will be provided, including LaTeX and MathML – What Content Creators Need to Know, Promoting the Universal Design Paradigm on Campus – Everywhere, and Interactive Maps: How Do You Make Them Accessible?


All members of the campus community are welcome to drop into sessions of interest, free of charge as your schedule allows. No pre-registration is required. Please take advantage of this convenient opportunity to learn from accessibility experts around the nation!


For more information, contact Marlene Zentz ([log in to unmask]" target="_blank">[log in to unmask] or 243-6434).




Mika Watanabe, Ed.D. Coordinator Disability Services for Students University of Montana Ph: 406.243.6535 Fax: 406.243.5330