Registration is Open!

Logo for the CUNY Accessibility ConferenceExcellence Through Academic Partnership

“Exploring how emerging trends in technology and pedagogy benefit students with disabilities in higher education.”

Registration for the 8th Annual CUNY Accessibility Conference is officially open!

Visit cats.cuny.edu/cac/registration-information to register.

Also, visit the conference page for more information at cats.cuny.edu/cac
Although the event is free, registration is required.

April 11th, 2017
7:30 am – 2:45 pm

John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 West 59th Street,
between 10th and 11th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
2nd floor Dining Hall

Keynote Speaker

Portrait of Keynote Speaker, Doctor Vita C. Rabinowitz

Dr. Vita C. Rabinowitz,
Executive Vice Chancellor and University Provost of CUNY

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Download the CUNY Accessibility Conference flyer here

SADY PAULSON. (News Article)

Sady Paulson is an aspiring editor, director, and cinematographer who graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Cinematography. Over the years, Sady has done projects such as editing films, photos, and also creating mini movie clips.

Sady was born with cerebral palsy, a congenital disorder of movement, muscle tone, or posture. She is an aspiring woman who at one point would never thought she would be able to have a job that she loves, a job she chose to do rather than having to do a job because what’s was available to her.

Below is a clip of Sady Paulson and her mentor Mark Coppin describing how Assistive Technology changed her life, and showing how Assistive Technology can also change yours.

Movie Of The Month: Where Hope Grows. (News Article)

If you’re looking for an inspiring, funny movie for November 2016, look no further. Where Hope Grows is a movie about an ex Baseball player who’s career was cut short. Then one day he walks into a grocery store not knowing he will befriend a produce worker with Down Syndrome, who he nick names Produce. If you want to read more about this movie, read it here at disabilitymovies.com. The a movie click is posted below.