Visitors Test Out Technology at the Accessible Technology FairAccessible technology allows The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to become more effective in teaching, learning, and work.

The Accessible Technology Committee held a technology fair to show how easy it is to adopt and use accessible documents and webpages, accessible textbooks and instructional materials, video captioning, screen readers, accessibility in information systems, accessibility and the UTC Library, accessibility and online instruction and more.

Fourteen exhibits attracted nearly 150 visitors.

Captioning Computer at the Accessible Technology Fair“With such a positive response and the ever-changing technologies, we hope to establish the fair as an annual event,” said Dr. Jocelyn B. Sanders, Associate Provost for Academic Affairs.

Visitors Talk with Booth Attendant at Accessible Technology FairBarnes and Noble supplied door prizes, including a Live Scribe smart pen and gift cards from the UTC Bookstore.


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  1. Mary Marr says:

    The Accessibility Fair had lots of great info. Hope we can expand the audience next year!

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