2015 Conference Virtual Exhibit Hall
Our 2015 Conference Sponsors
Alternative Communication Services, LLC
Booth Number: 67
Alternative Communication Services, LLC provides communication text solutions for students who are deaf or hard of hearing in education. We not only provide CART, remote CART, captioning and Text Interpreting (TypeWell) for schools, we provide technical support, training and education to everyone involved in the process. Let us show you why we are the alternative!
Microscience Learning 4 All USA Inc
Booth Number: 52
Microscience Learn 4 All has supported a complete spectrum of Assistive Technology products for over 30 years. We have marketed Clockwork in North America for 10 years. Clockwork Enterprise is a major Scheduling and Data Tracking Software. Claro Software is another innovative product we are highlighting at the conference.
Upper Midwest Higher Education Recruitment Consortium
The Upper Midwest Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (UMW HERC) represents more than fifty colleges and universities in Minnesota and western Wisconsin that are committed to hiring diverse faculty and staff. UMW HERC sponsors a regional higher education employment website, www.uppermidwestherc.org, that features job seeker and regional resources.
Booth Number: 47
Sonocent develops software that enables students with learning disabilities to create their own notes. Instead of writing notes, students record classes and highlight key parts with color. Sonocent Audio Notetaker combines color, audio, text, images and presentation slides all into a single workspace. Available for iOS, PC and Mac.
Access Text Network
Booth Number: 58
The Access Text Network is the publisher sponsored portal for colleges and universities to request electronic files and permissions from leading textbook publishers to create accessible materials for students with print-related disabilities. Membership is free for post-secondary institutions in the United States.
Our 2015 Welcome Reception Sponsor
Disability Compliance for Higher Education
Disability Compliance for Higher Education, the award-winning monthly newsletter from Jossey-Bass, A Wiley Brand, combines interpretation of disability laws with practical strategies to accommodate students with disabilities. It includes legal columns, best practices from disability service providers nationwide, quick-hit summaries of disability-related lawsuits and rulings, and more.
Our 2015 Exhibitors
Booth Number: 5
3Play Media provides cost-effective, high quality captioning and transcription services to 500+ customers in higher ed, government, and enterprise. We also provide interactive plugins that make video searchable and more engaging. Our goal is to simplify the captioning process by integrating with most video players, platforms, and lecture capture systems.
Academic Success Press
Booth Number: 26
Academic Success Press, senior consultants and authors have contributed their expertise to helping institutions and disability offices improve student success. Dr. Nolting is a nationally known consultant especially concerning math success. He authored Math and Disability Handbook for professionals and My Math Success Plan a study skills workbook for students with disabilities.
Accessible Information Management LLC
Booth Number: 27
Accessible Information Management provides Disability Service offices with an online database system that manages, tracks and provides metrics on all student requests for accommodations and services. Not only does it streamline services, but it also allows students to select accommodations and provides a method of real time tracking of information.
Access Interpreting, Inc.
Booth number: 64
Access Interpreting, Inc is nationwide offering a variety of communication access services only for the Deaf and hard of hearing. Our services include sign language interpreting, Deaf interpreting, Video Remote Interpreting, Communication Access Real-time Translation, Access in Motion, Deaf Culture Seminars and Event Coordination Services.
Booth number: 32
Ai Squared is a worldwide leader in screen magnification and reading for the visually impaired. Learn about ZoomText for both the PC and the Mac, ImageReader, ZoomText Camera, our Large-Print Keyboards, mobile apps, sitecues for web accessibility and much more. Grab a free trial plus check out our other products.
AMAC Accessibility Solutions
Booth number: 57
AMAC Accessibility is a social change organization providing practical solutions to the real challenges of accessibility. Our e-text, Braille, captioning, assistive technology and accessibility consulting help make it easy and affordable for organizations of all kinds to make their environments, products and services accessible to individuals with disabilities.
Association of American Medical Colleges
Booth number: 31
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is a not-for-profit association representing all 141 accredited U.S. and 17 accredited Canadian medical schools; nearly 400 major teaching hospitals and health systems, including 51 Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers; and 90 academic and scientific societies. Through these institutions and organizations, the AAMC represents 128,000 faculty members, 83,000 medical students, and 110,000 resident physicians.
Automatic Sync Technologies
Booth number: 4
Automatic Sync Technologies (AST) is a leading provider of Web-based closed captioning, transcription and subtitling services, utilizing CaptionSync—the innovative, proprietary service that delivers cost-effective, fast and high quality captioning results for just about any type of media. To help clients comply with accessibility legislation, AST provides accurate captioning and search data produced by professional transcribers, not speech recognition.
Appligent Document Solutions
Booth Number: 7
Appligent Document Solutions has been providing high quality Accessibility Services and Remediation of PDF documents for 15 years. Our Education customers rely on us for excellent advice and service in providing accessible PDF content. For more information, please see: http://www.appligent.com/services/pdf-accessibility-services/ or e-mail documents to Section508@appligent.com for a free quote.
Booth number: 38
BAUM USA Specializes in assistive technology solutions for people who are blind or visually impaired. Solutions include refreshable Braille display. Braille note takers, standalone reading machines, and video magnification systems such as the VisioBook S, a very portable and battery powered magnification device. More information available at www.baumusa.com
Booth number: 36
BioGAP is a special interest Chapter NAGAP. The Association for graduate Enrollment Management, and has a focus on Biomedical Research Programs. BioGAP member institutions ha deep commitment to building Diversity in the scientific workforce and seek talented individuals living with disabilities who wish to obtain a Ph.D.in biomedical science.
Bookshare a Benetech Initiative
Booth number: 23
Bookshare is the world’s largest online accessible library of copyrighted content for people with print disabilities, provides over 325,000 titles to over 300.000 members around the world. Funded by the US Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, Bookshare is free for qualified US students
Cadan Assistive Technologies
Booth number: 33
Cadan Assistive Technologies has been in the Assistive Technology industry for 30 years. Our primary goal is to match our client with the best Technology product for their need at the best possible price. We are proud to be helping people be as independently successful as possible.
Charmtech Labs LLC
Booth number: 1
Capti Narrator is a universally accessible productivity tool enabling students to listen to their reading materials narrated with high quality voices on a variety of devices in class, at home, while commuting, exercising, anywhere and anytime, even offline. Capti is perfect for English language learning and as assistive technology.
Claro Software LTD
Booth Number: 51
Claro Software is a rapidly growing, innovative software company that develops and licences Assistive Software, including speech technology, image technology and touch technology. With windows and Mac Versions, mobile USB stick options and network delivered solutions, we aim to provide the best choice for the user.
CUNY School of Professional Studies
Booth number: 8
The CUNY School of Professional Studies serves NYC’s dynamic marketplace by providing timely and innovative programs of study designed to address new or unmet needs. Drawing on CUNY’s renowned faculty and practitioners, as well as industry and education partners, CUNY SPS offers a range of academic programs, including CUNY’s first online degrees.
Deaf Services Unlimited
Booth Number: 35
Deaf Services Unlimited provides sign language interpreting and captioning services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing allowing organizations to be in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Services are conveniently available day and night, year round. Services can be provided on-site or remotely using video conferencing technology.
Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society
Booth number: 62
Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society (DAPi) is the primary collegiate honorary recognizing high-achieving students with disabilities. Founded in Pennsylvania in 2004, DAPi has over 95 chapters at colleges and universities in 31 states. DAPi provides opportunities for members to enhance development in leadership, education and advocacy.
Booth Number: 65
Docsoft AV: is a software and hardware package or "appliance" that can automatically create close Captioning for digital media files. Docsoft provides its customers with a way to bring close captioning in house that will save both time and money. Make your video compliant with the laws.
DO-IT, University of Washington
Booth number: 41
DO-IT serves to increase the success of individuals with disabilities in college and careers. This year, the exhibit features materials from the AccessComputing and AccessEngineering projects. These projects engage faculty and students nationwide in efforts to make computing and engineering content accessible to all students.
Dolphin Computer Access
Booth number: 66
It is our vision to deliver independence to people with vision and print impairments worldwide. With over 160 million visually impaired people and 600 million dyslexic or learning disabled people, that's no small challenge but we're determined to make a difference and have been working hard on that goal since Dolphin started.
Booth number: 24
Enhanced Vision is the leading developer of innovative products designed specifically for individuals with low-vision conditions. Our company offers the most comprehensive line of electronic magnifying solutions including systems with HD and Text-to-speech (OCR). For more information, please call (888) 811-3161 or visit www.enhanced vision.com
Booth Number: 14
At nonprofit ETS, we advance quality and equity in Education by creating assessments based on rigorous research. Founded in 1947, ETS develops, administers and scores more than 50 million tests annually-including the TOEFL,TOEIC and GRE tests and the Praxis Series assessments- in more than 180 countries worldwide.
Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE)
Booth number: 2
Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) works on behalf of the 15 million Americans with food allergies, including all those at risk for life-threatening anaphylaxis. Through its College Program, FARE offers free resources to provide a safer and more inclusive environment for students with food allergies.
Johns Hopkins University
Booth Number: 13
Historically, our tradition of graduate education preceded undergraduate education at Johns Hopkins, and we continue to be the standard-bearer. We remain committed to educating the next generation of scholars, fostering the professional, intellectual, and research skills they need for success in any professional domain—from academia and government to industry.
Booth number: 15
At Kurzweil Education, we believe every learner deserves the opportunity to unlock their potential. Our literacy technology offers multisensory approaches to reading, comprehension, study skills, writing, and test-taking so everyone can become independent, confident learners who can achieve rigorous academic goals.
Booth number: 26
Landmark College was the first institution of higher learning to pioneer college-level studies for student with dyslexia. Today, Landmark offers two- and four-year degree programs for students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities, ADHD, and ASD, as well as summer programs for high school and college students who learn differently.
National Industries for the Blind (NIB)
Booth Number: 17
NIB's mission is to create jobs for people who are blind, working with 89 associated nonprofit agencies to provide SKILCRAFT products and services to the federal government through the AbilityOne Program. Services include Contract Management Support (CMS), which provides high-growth career opportunities in the field of contract management.
Booth number: 28
Pn2 the source for effective, best practice researched based information and trainings related to working with individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. Online training, online forums, and communities of practices are one of the many examples of our services. Meet pn2 staff and learn about our resources.
Booth number: 68
Accuracy, quality, and superior customer service define the post-production captioning process at PostCAP, LLC. We can turn any form of online video (YouTube, QuickTime, MP4, etc.) or DVD into an accessible captioned video. If you’re not sure where to start, then start by contacting PostCAP, LLC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 844-335-0911 and we’ll guide you through the process. For more information about our services, please check us out at www.postcapllc.com.
Booth Number: 16
ProctorU provides distance proctoring services for institutions that offer examinations online. The service allows students to take exams from anywhere in a secured environment. ProctorU offers live, person-to-person, real-time monitoring to more than 600 colleges, universities and certification organizations including the University of Illinois and Northwestern University.
Booth number: 34
QuickCaption is one of the nation’s leading providers of real-time and post-production captioning and CART services. QuickCaption ensures ADA compliance and offers services in both English and Spanish. QuickCaption provides prescheduled and on-demand captioning and CART services nationwide, both onsite and remotely via the Internet. If it can be captioned, QuickCaption can do it…reliably, professionally, and cost effectively.
Booth number: 61
sComm is the manufacturer of the UbiDuo. The UbiDuo communication device enables deaf/hard of hearing and hearing individuals to communicate with each other face-to-face without an interpreter. The UbiDuo allows deaf or hard-of-hearing people to interact freely with hearing people anywhere, anytime, in the work and social settings.
Strada Communication, Inc.
Booth number: 63
Strada provides disability services coordination and consulting. We partner with schools across the country to deliver a comprehensive suite of on-site or remote accommodations including sign language interpreting, realtime captioning, captioned media and alternate format texts. We believe in a barrier free world.
Booth Number: 37
SensusAccess® is a self-service solution that automates the conversion of documents into a range of alternative formats including Braille, mp3, Daisy and e-books in 20+ languages. SensusAccess also converts inaccessible documents such as image-only pdf files into more accessible formats. The service can also provide accessibility services for MOOCS.
Booth number: 48
Symplicity is the leading provider of student affairs software solutions in higher-ed. More than 1,200 institutions leverage Symplicity’s technology to provide services in the following areas: Career Services | Enterprise CRM | Student Conduct | Advising | Campus Life | Study Abroad | Accessibility Services | Residence Life | Admissions
Booth number: 42
T-Base specializes in quality and on time delivery of alternate format educational textbooks and learning materials in braille (literary, music, computer, chemistry and Nemeth), e-Text, Audio CD, Accessible PDF, DAISY and Math ML. With certified in-house subject matter experts including UEB, T-Base meets and exceeds student expectations through all touch points, using all access methods, and in all formats.
Booth number: 25
Our family of Read&Write solutions enables campus-wide UDL access for students when working with: PDFs, websites, learning management systems, Microsoft Word and placement tests, and more. This award-winning software gives confidence to ELL students, those with disabilities, and others who struggle with reading and writing.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Booth number: 6
Accommodation Solutions OnLine (ASO)is a web based tool allowing service providers to use information from diagnostic information, IEP and 504 plans, and student information to create a list of possible accommodations that can be discussed with the student. The list of possible accommodations can then be used to create an individualized accommodation .