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Sun Mar 12 16:38:09 UTC 2017
Very cool. If I know people who are not part of this email list but might want to participate, can I share the two-step instructions with them?
Even in the valleys, keep believing in the mountains.
> On Mar 12, 2017, at 11:58 AM, Catherine Mendez via NOBE-L <nobe-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Exciting news:
> The board members of the National Organization of Blind Educators met via
> conference call last Sunday and, among other things, set a date and time
> for our first ever division conference call. In the past, our division has
> met in real-time only once annually, at our seminar held during the
> convention of the National Federation of the Blind each summer.
> On Sunday evening April 2, 2017 we will hold our first conference call,
> which will be open to all blind educators—that is, people who are blind and
> either working in or studying to work in the field of education. Our
> membership includes classroom teachers, professors, teachers of blind
> students and administrators. The call will last for approximately an hour,
> beginning at 7:00pm eastern time.
> We would like to ensure that the content of the call will be as useful as
> possible to everyone attending. Therefore, we are requesting that those
> interested in participating do two things.
> 1. First, please send me an email off-list at caitryl at gmail.com,
> with the subject line “conference call”. About a week before the call, I
> will send out an email to everyone which will include the phone number and
> instructions for signing onto the call.
> 2. Second, in the body of your message, please offer any suggestions
> you may have about topics to discuss on the call. We can’t promise we’ll
> get to everything, but if we know what you’re interested in discussing, we
> can plan our adgenda with that in mind.
> We look forward to hearing from you all!
> Cayte Mendez
> President, National Organization of Blind Educators
> A Division of the National Federation of the Blind
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