Sensible Innovations: AHEAD - Association on Higher Education And Disability 40th Annual Conference

July 5, 2017

 

 

AHEAD - Association on Higher Education And Disability

 

Sensible Innovations will be speaking on Wednesday, July 19th from 12:45p to 1:45p in the Lake Virginia Room at the Hilton Orlando Hotel. CEO Rasha Said will be sharing how the AWARE application utilizes the latest in smart technology, including wayfinding tools, to support students who are visually impaired in navigating university campuses with confidence and ease in her ‘The next generation of campus way-finding for the visually impaired’ presentation. Attendees will also enjoy a demonstration of AWARE app using iBeacon technology, learn how it works, and how to overcome technology challenges with examples from real deployment.

 

Those interested in learning more about Sensible Innovations and the AWARE application are invited to visit booth 420 and can schedule a one-on-one meeting with Rasha Said by e-mailing info@sensible-innovations.com with the subject line "Schedule AHEAD".

 

The 40th Conference Equity and Excellence: Access in Higher Education will include highlighted program stands with thought-provoking topics including: Focusing on Students in Health Science and Professional Schools (Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, etc.); Intentionally Leading a DS Office: It is YOUR Business; Focusing on Students with Intellectual Disabilities in Postsecondary Education; and sessions that highlight research and data-based practices.

 

In addition to over 100 concurrent sessions to choose from and two poster sessions with over 30 posters, this year’s conference includes two Feature Presentation sessions.

 

The AWARE application is available for download by visiting: iTunes or Google Play

 

 

 

 

 

 

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