As part of the 2019 CEDI Lecture Series, guest lecturers Melissa Green and Jim Tignor will discuss planning for assistive technology on Feb. 14 from 2:00-3:30 pm in Manning 014.
Melissa Green is a Technology Accessibility Specialist with the University of Alabama Faculty Resource Center. A teacher, librarian, and technology enthusiast, Melissa helps to ensure that technology users, including those with disabilities, have a functional and accessible technology experience with the university’s web presence and instructional and emerging technologies.
Jim Tignor is a graduate of the UNC-Chapel Hill Department of Occupational Science. For 18 years he worked in the North Carolina Public Schools as an Occupational Therapist, and an Assistive Technology Professional. In 2006 he came to the Chapel Hill Carrboro City school district to develop their Assistive Technology Program. Currently he works as an AAC Consultant for Tobii Dynavox.
Lectures are open to the public and will be available via Zoom.