FREE Webinar: “Sign Language: Modifications for Low Vision & Tactile Communicators”
Presented by COPCS (Community of Practice, Creativity and Support)
Thirteen federally funded state deaf-blind projects working in collaboration to promote relevant, evidence based practices in deaf-blind education with the support of the National Consortium on Deafblindness (NCDB).
PRESENTER: Susanne Morgan Morrow, MA, CI, CT,
New York Deaf-Blind Collaborative (NYDBC)
WHEN: Thursday, April 15, 2010
3:00 – 5:00 PM
Participants will gain knowledge on the…
• Environmental considerations to enhance learner reception.
• Accurate modifications for various modes of communication: low vision, reduced peripheral fields and tactile sign language.
• Appropriate hand-under-hand communication techniques: seating, positioning, respectful touch, sign modifications.
Test your system Prior to the Webinar
Test your system to make sure it is compatible prior to the session by going to the TA and D iLinc website which can be found here. Click on the system test tab found in the horizontal red bar towards the top of the page. Follow the simple instructions on this page. We suggest you do this a few days before the session so you can adjust any computer settings before hand.
Register for the Session
Register for the session by going to the TA and D iLinc website
Click on the public sessions tab in the horizontal red bar towards the top of the page. Look at the list of sessions, click on the one you will participate in and follow the directions to register. You will be emailed a link that you will use on the day of the session.
If you have not participated in a video conference or webinar before.
Read the guide on the iLinc website support section on “attending a session” found in the help section of the iLinc website:
The day of the session
Find your registration email, click the link in the email and follow the directions. You will be using the internet audio option rather than the phone conferencing.
Tips for during the webinar
Mute your microphone if you have one.
Use headphones attached to your computer for better audio quality. (Listening through the computer speakers without headphones will work, but volume will be lower.)