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National Capacity Building Institutes

"Technology and Transition: Empowering Students with Disabilities as They Transition to College and Careers"

Photo: Seattle Space Needle

April 7th-8th, 2003

Claremont Hotel,
Seattle Washington

Prior to the Annual Conference of the Council for Exceptional Children

Who Should Attend: Secondary school and special educators, administrators and policy makers, secondary and postsecondary career guidance counselors, transition specialists, technology specialists, postsecondary education support personnel, rehabilitation counselors, individuals with disabilities, researchers and other persons interested in access to technology for individuals with disabilities.

Photo: Group of Participants around a Computer Photo: Participants Discussing Technology Issues

Invited Speakers:

Agenda: Includes pre-Institute readings and online discussion, presentations by nationally recognized speakers, interactive discussion groups, and post-Institute follow-up

Registration Closed

For more information or to apply by mail, please contact:
Velina Sugiyama, NCSET, Center on Disability Studies,
1776 University Avenue,
Honolulu, HI 96822,
Tel: 808-956-5688
Email: velina@hawaii.edu

Sponsored by:

National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET), University of Minnesota

National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports (NCSPES), University of Hawaii

Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology (DO-IT), University of Washington

For those interested in receiving clock-hour educational credits, we can offer 14 clock hours through the Seattle-based Puget Sound Educational Service District for your participation in the Technology CBI. These credits are most useful to K-12 educators. The cost to participants for processing these credits is a total of $21.00. Participants can register for clock hours the day of the event. If you have questions about this option, contact Valerie Sundby at vsundby@u.washington.edu. Thank you.

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The National Center on Secondary Education and Transition is funded by and is a partner with the US Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, cooperative agreement # H326J000005.

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