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The Office of Institutional Equity at Purdue University is pleased to offer several sessions from ADA Audio Conference, Legal Issues Webinar, and Accessible Technology Webinar Series presented by the Great Lakes ADA Center (Great Lakes). These sessions are designed to offer advanced information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the ADA Amendments Act as building blocks to an individual's existing foundation of basic disability knowledge. The real-time captioned subject-specific sessions are 90 minutes in length with interactive opportunity for questions and answers. Great Lakes is offering University of Illinois continuing education units (UIC-CEUs) for professional development for all the ADA Audio Conference, Legal Issues Webinar, and Accessible Technology Webinar sessions below. A Certificate of Attendance is also available for each session. For those interested in participating in the Legal Issues Webinar Series and the Accessible Technology Webinar Series from their computer, Great Lakes is offering both series free of charge to those who register. To obtain more information go to https://adagreat.powweb.com/
ADA Audio Conference Entitled: " Ask the EEOC: Questions and Answers"
During this session, an update on EEOC Enforcement and Guidance Activities will be provided. Participants are encouraged to ask questions and discuss concerns during this interactive session.
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
2:00 - 3:30 pm
YONG Hall, Room 1057