The first Assistive Technology conference I ever attended was Closing the Gap. It is the first, and possibly the biggest conference centered on Assistive Technology in the United States. In an effort to encourage more students, parents and special educators to attend they are offering a full-time Student Discount for the October 15-17 conference in Minneapolis.
I received this information via the QIAT list, full-time students will be admitted for the discounted rate of $305! This is a letter from Closing the Gap.
Closing The Gap wants to encourage more and more teachers and clinicians to embrace the concept of changing lives with assistive technology and, to further this effort, is offering a full-time STUDENT DISCOUNT toward this year’s international, annual event, October 15-17, 2009 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
We invite you to join us this year to LEARN about the latest applications of assistive technology for persons with disabilities and to EARN up to three graduate-level academic credits and up to 3.4 IACET CEUs in the process!
The student rate is $305, regular rate is $435.
At this time, we encourage you to read on to learn about this year’s exciting content, expert presenters (many of whom are presenting only at Closing The Gap this October) and numerous registration discounts and options.
As "The" original conference on Assistive Technology I strongly encourage anyone who is able to attend. You can register here: Closing the Gap.
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