Get Together with Technology (GTT)
National Teleconference Call
Sponsored by the Canadian Council of the Blind and
You’re invited to the CCB’s March 20, 2019 GTT National conference call meeting:
Theme: Reports from CSUN
*Note: The March 2019 GTT National Conference Call will be postponed for one week because Albert Ruel and Kim Kilpatrick will be out of town attending the 34th CSUN Conference. The date for this meeting is now March 20, 2019 so check your calendars and join us.
*Note: The Zoom Conference line hosted by Tom Dekker and iHabilitation Canada will be used for this meeting, so check carefully the below methods for engaging with us on March 20, 2019.
On March 20, 2019 Kim Kilpatrick and Albert Ruel will report to the assembled their findings from the March 13, 14 and 15, 2019 CSUN Conference in Anaheim California.
If time allows we will discuss anything else technology related that participants may wish to raise, so bring your ideas, concerns and nuggets of brilliance to share with us.
You can participate by phone from wherever you are.
Date: March 20, 2019
Time: 4:00–5:30 PM Pacific Time, 7:00-8:30 PM Eastern Time
The call-in info is:
Join Zoom Meeting from your computer or smart phone browser:
One tap mobile:
Meeting ID: 706 364 0257
For more information contact:
Kim Kilpatrick, GTT East Coordinator
1-877-304-0968 Ext 513
Albert Ruel, GTT West Coordinator
1-877-304-0968 Ext 550
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