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"Go Abroad with a Disability, Find Your Career Path"
Thursday, April 25, 2013, 3-4 pm Central Time
Going abroad is an excellent opportunity to travel and explore other
cultures, but have you ever wondered how it can help you stand out to future
employers or launch your career?
In this free webinar, presenters with diverse disabilities describe how
their experiences studying, volunteering, and working abroad made a positive
impact on their career paths. Staff from Mobility International USA (MIUSA)
will share tips for how young people with disabilities can take the first steps
towards exploring international exchange as an option for them!
Live captioning and ASL interpreting will be provided. Other reasonable
accommodations provided upon request with advance notice.
Sign up at: http://www.miusa.org/ncde/goingabroad/careerwebinar
Although test anxiety is not a disability, many students ask us about it every semester. Some ideas about test anxiety and how to manage it are discussed in this Prezi.
Contact Counseling Services for help managing your test anxiety.
For a screen-reader friendly version, click here.
Another look at Assistive Technology
Assistive technology has made college accessible to students with disabilities in ways we could only dream about a few years ago. Some of the most exciting programs have been developed for students with learning disabilities. The short video linked below shows how powerful these learning tools can be. UMD has this software for both use in the Library and on USB devices for check-out. Be amazed!