We have some (limited) space at these upcoming events: FREE Assistive Technology Workshop Assistive technologies are the modern way to go to support learning for ALL students. Benefits include: supporting memory, organization, planning, sequencing, processing, reading, and writing. Join Steve Fadden, the Director of Research for Landmark College, for this assistive technology overview that will improve results in the classroom. "The benefits of assistive technologies (AT) apply to nearly any 'group' you could think of. I'd articulate the benefits as functional benefits - supporting memory, organization, planning, sequencing, processing, reading, and writing. Students who seem to benefit a lot from AT are often students with language-processing disabilities (such as dyslexia), attention disorders (such as AD/HD, ADD, and traumatic brain injuries), and writing problems (such as dysgraphia). Research is now showing that benefits apply to all forms of "executive functioning issues" which are common for students with the above disabilities, as well as many others." - Steve Fadden FREE Internet Security Workshop Devon P. Hubner, Systems Administrator and Configuration Manager for Lucidus Corporation, will help you learn how you can make your network safer and keep it away from the prying eyes of hackers, Trojans, and malware. Date: Tuesday, March 13th Time: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Location: Marlboro College Graduate Center 28 Vernon Street Brattleboro, VT -- Kevin Bell Director of Academic Programs Marlboro College Graduate Center 28 Vernon Street, Suite 120 Brattleboro, VT 05301 (802) 258-9203 fax (802) 258-9201 kbell at gradcenter.marlboro.edu The NEW Marlboro MBA: Managing for Sustainability - fall 2007 Taking Applications from January 2007. Inquire NOW places will be limited.