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Interested in learning more about Google accessibility? The American Foundation for the Blind and Google are joining forces to co-host a 3-day Train the Trainer workshop from December 6 through 8 at the AFB Center on Vision Loss in Dallas, Texas. This hands-on workshop will be primarily focused on exploring the accessibility features and functionalities built into Chromebooks and Android devices, and navigating Google Apps (i.e. GMail, Google Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms) with screen readers, across various platforms.

If you are an access technology trainer based in the US and are interested in applying to participate, please submit your application by November 4th. If you are selected to participate in the training your travel and accommodations will be paid in full. Note that we only have a small number of slots, so prompt submissions are much appreciated. Please apply directly through this Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/INuoG6MVWFHWeDmF2

The AFB will begin notifying selected applicants the week of November 7.

One Response to “Google Access Train-the-Trainer, 10/31/16”

  1. Mel says:

    I am wondering if there is a recorded resources on Google Access train the trainer webinar. If there is one, would you please send me the URL link? Thanks.

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