2015 Coleman Conference

Overview


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Agenda-at-a-Glance


7:00 Registration Opens
7:10 Book Signing
With Timothy Shriver, PhD. Book signing ends at 8:00 am
Conference participants may receive a signed edition of Fully Alive:  Discovering What Matters Most
8:10 Call to Order & Welcome
8:15 Keynote Introduction
8:20 Keynote Presentation
Fully Alive:  Discovering What Matters Most
9:10 Inequality and The Rights of People With Cognitive Disabilities to Technology and Information Access
Presentation of Certificates of Appreciation
10:00 Morning Breakout Sessions
10:50 What’s Happening in Washington (Panel)
11:40 Emerging Innovations in Research and Practice (Panel)
12:35 Lunch & Poster Displays
1:30 Plenary Introduction
1:40 Afternoon Plenary
The Role of Technology in the Performance and Assessment of Adaptive Behavior  
2:10 Utilizing Technology for Advocacy (Panel)
3:00 Afternoon Breakout Sessions
3:40 Building Corporate Partnerships in Technology (Panel)
4:30 The Future of Technology for People with Cognitive Disabilities
5:00 Closing Remarks
5:15 Adjourn

Schedule


2015 Conference Main Agenda PDF File

2015 Breakout Schedule PDF File

2015 Breakout Session Description PDF File


Speaker’s Bios


2015 Speaker Bios PDF File


Videos


KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 
Fully Alive:  Discovering What Matters Most

Timothy Shriver Bio PDF File
Chairman,Chairman of Special Olympics, and best-selling author of
Fully Alive: Discovering What Matters Most

Fully Alive Presentation Slides, PDF File

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN WASHINGTON (PANEL) 
EMERGING INNOVATIONS IN RESEARCH AND PRACTICE (PANEL)
AFTERNOON PLENARY
The Role of Technology in the Performance and Assessment of Adaptive Behavior 


MTasse Bio PDF File
Director, Nisonger Center-University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities

The Role of Technology Presentation Slides PDF File

 LEARNING TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION ACROSS THE LIFESPAN 
UTILIZING TECHNOLOGY FOR ADVOCACY (PANEL)
BUILDING CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS IN TECHNOLOGY (PANEL)
THE FUTURE OF TECHNOLOGY FOR PEOPLE WITH COGNITIVE DISABILITIES