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Penn College Teleconference to Focus on Services for Hearing-Impaired Students

Disability Services at Pennsylvania College of Technology will host a downlink site on Thursday, March 16, for a teleconference on accommodations for deaf and hearing-impaired students.

The teleconference, which is being presented by the Post-Secondary Education Programs Network and is sponsored by the Northeast Technical Assistance Center, will focus on how to provide the technological services requested most often by deaf and hearing-impaired students.

As those students continue to enroll in higher-education programs, faculty and staff must keep pace with the technology required to assure their success.

The teleconference will run from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Mountain Laurel Room of the Thompson Professional Development Center at Penn College. The session is open to everyone, and there is no fee for attending.

To register or obtain more information, call (570) 326-3761, ext. 7803.

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