[Greater-Baltimore] Looking for technology panel volunteers

mary jo hartle mjhartle23 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 15 18:36:01 UTC 2020

Hi all,

I am teaching a course at Towson University on universal design for blind
users and am trying to arrange for a virtual panel to be recorded and
presented to my class in place of a live panel.  I'm looking for 4-6
participants who would be willing to join a zoom session this Friday, April
17 from 5:00-6:30 p.m. EDT.  The session will be recorded and shared with my
class next week.  


The topic would be on sharing your experience using various technologies and
what you'd like to share with future IT designers on the importance of
designing accessible technologies and websites.  I will be moderating the
panel and asking questions of you.  

Since our class no longer meets in person, I can cast the net a little wider
for virtual participants-not just MD residents.  . 

Here's who/what I'm looking for: 

*        People who use accessible technology (i.e. screen readers,
magnification software, voiceover, Talks, etc.)  on a daily basis and
consider yourself to be a proficient AT user-not someone who is just
learning how to use AT.  

*        Students or employed individuals who use access tech for school or

*        People who have access to using Zoom 


if you are interested in helping me with this, please email me as soon as
possible so I can send the call in info to you before Friday.  Also, this is
open to non-Maryland people as long as you can meet during the time slot on


Thanks so much and feel free to email me with questions in the meantime. 


Mary Jo Hartle 

Mjhartle23 at gmail.com <mailto:Mjhartle23 at gmail.com> 





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