CCB-GTT Weekly Meetings, May 16 to May 22, 2021 via Zoom 

You are invited to the CCB’s GTT Zoom meetings where we focus in on the technology needs and concerns of Canadians who are blind or low vision.  The calls will take place over the accessible Zoom Conference system, which will allow participants to dial in using their landline phones, smart phones, or computers.  You will find the Zoom link and phone numbers below the meeting listings. Please pay special attention to the “(NOTE)” notation after some of the meeting listings. Different zoom platforms are used for different meetings and some require preregistration. 

CCB-GTT OPEN CHAT 

Monday, May 17, 2021, 1:00 PM Eastern/10:00 AM Pacific: 

Host: Kim Kilpatrick 

Topic: Open tech chat 

 

CCB-GTT NORTHERN ONTARIO AND RURAL CALL 

Tuesday, May 18, 2021, 7:00 PM Eastern/4:00 PM Pacific: 

Facilitators:  Brian Bibeault and Dorothy Macnaughton 

There will not be a specific topic, but this will be a chance to ask any tech question of the people on the call.  Everyone from across Canada is welcome. 

 

CCB-GTT PRESENTATION 

Wednesday, May 19, 2021, 1:00 PM Eastern/10:00 AM Pacific: 

Presenter: Kim Kilpatrick 

Topic: Using the address book which is built into your IPhone 

 

CCB-GTT All ABOUT ANDROID  

Wednesday, May 19, 2021, 7:00 PM Eastern/4:00 PM Pacific: 

Topic: The contact list on your phone: how to create and search for a contact. 

Tracy and Matthew have put this group together to share their experiences navigating Android devices. We welcome the input from users of all experience levels so we can learn together. Please make sure your device in which you will be signing into the Zoom meeting has your proper name, so the host will recognize you and let you into the meeting. 

(NOTE) Registration required, Email: aaug.canada@gmail.com 

 

CCB-GTT TORONTO ZOOM CALL 

Thursday, May 20, 2021, 6:00 PM Eastern/3:00 PM Pacific: 

Host: Jason Fayre 

Topic: Passwords. Seemingly hundreds of them, everywhere! Every email account, every social media platform, every government portal, financial institution, everything online has its own password! Every one has to be long, include symbols and numbers, and capitals and lower case letters! How on earth can I keep track of them all? Jason will offer up some of the best tips and tricks for managing all those pesky passwords, reviewing a few of the most popular password management apps, and generally educate us on how best to make online access easier and more secure.  

 (NOTE) The meeting credentials are different for this meeting,  

To join the CCB GTT Toronto Zoom meeting on your smart device, click this link:  

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/93700586904?pwd=cmZxU2JKdmMvREpOOFRDeGdpbWdxQT09 

One tap mobile 

+12042727920,,93700586904#,,,,*005761# Canada 

+14388097799,,93700586904#,,,,*005761# Canada 

Dial by your location 

+1 647 558 0588 Canada 

Meeting ID: 937 0058 6904 

Passcode: 005761 

 

CCB-GTT OPEN CHAT 

Friday, May 21, 2021, 1:00 PM Eastern/10:00 AM Pacific: 

Host: David Greene 

Topic: Open discussion 

 

(Note) Early notice, there will be no “Open Chat” call on Monday May 24, 2021 

  

CCB-GTT PODCASTS 

You can subscribe to the CCB Podcast feed by searching for CCB/Canadian Council of the Blind Podcast on the Victor Reader Stream, or your favourite smart device Pod Catcher. You can use this like to the originating distribution source. https://ccbpod.podbean.com/ 

New this week, Rogers Ignite TV, (Part 2) with Wayne Antle and Jim Hamilton 

CCB-GTT TECH SUPPORT LIST 

CCB sponsors a GTT email support list to provide help and support with technology for blind and low vision Canadians. To subscribe to the email list, send an empty email to: GTTsupport+subscribe@groups.io 

You will get an email back from the list asking you to confirm your subscription. Simply reply to that email and you are subscribed. You will then receive a second email welcoming you to the list and describing how to use it. You are then ready to post your technology questions and/or answers to the list.  

For more information visit: https://groups.io/g/GTTsupport 

 

Security procedure remains in effect. 

When you enter the waiting room before a meeting, please ensure that you give us a recognizable name. If you are calling for the first time or from a land line, please e-mail the CCB’s Receptionist, (Shelley Morris) ahead of time to let us know your name and number so we will let you in. Shelley’s email is: ccb@ccbnational.net  

If you need help doing these things or learning to use zoom, please contact us and we can help you. 

You can participate by phone or Internet from wherever you are: 

 

CCB is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. 

https://zoom.us/j/9839595688?pwd=N01yeERXQk4rWnhvNCtHTzZwdXcwQT09 

Meeting ID: 983 959 5688 

Password: 320119 

Alberta One tap mobile for Smart Phones: 

+15873281099,9839595688# 

BC One tap mobile for Smart Phones: 

+17789072071,9839595688# 

Manitoba One tap mobile for Smart Phones: 

+12045151268,9839595688# 

Montreal One tap mobile for Smart Phones: 

+14388097799,9839595688# 

Toronto One tap mobile for Smart Phones: 

+16473744685,9839595688# 

 

Direct Dial: 

Alberta: +1 587 328 1099 

BC: +1 778 907 2071 

Manitoba: +1 204 515 1268 

Montreal: +1 438 809 7799 

Toronto: +1 647 374 4685 

 

For more information, contact: 

Kim Kilpatrick, CCB GTT Coordinator 

GTTProgram@Gmail.com 

1-877-304-0968 Ext 513 

David Greene, CCB GTT Accessibility Trainer 

accessibilitytraining7@gmail.com 

1-877-304-0968 Ext 509 

Corry Stuive, CCB National Program Coordinator 

corry.gtt@ccbnational.net  

1-877-304-0968 Ext 550 

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