Speaking Out for the Blind Episode 301- SF State’s Program in Visual Impairments


SF State’s Program in Visual ImpairmentsJuly 29th, 8PM Eastern (ACB Media 1) and repeats throughout the next seven days (go to https://speakingoutfortheblind.weebly.com/ for more details)
 
We’re off to my alma mater: San Francisco State University in California. The university has a special program for teaching those with visual impairments. The graduates are prepared to become teachers of blind and visually impaired students, service providers and leaders in blindness organizations, and any role requiring expertise in differentiating learning and teaching for visually impaired and deafblind individuals. Joining us to talk about the program will be its Associate Director Dr. Yue-Ting Siu.
 
Ways to Connect to Speaking Out for the Blind

Amazon Alexa enabled device (RECOMMENDED)
“Alexa, Ask ACB Media to play Media 1”. (1 = stream number).
 
PC / browser access (RECOMMENDED):
Visit acbmedia.org at http://www.acbmedia.org/1 (1 = stream number). The site has a built-in media player and there is no need to install or use a media player on your device. Hit the play button and the stream will begin playing immediately.

Smart device Access (RECOMMENDED):
Download “ACB Link” from your app store. Find “Radio” along the bottom of the screen, then “Menu” in the top left corner. Select “Live Streams” and then choose “ACB Media 1 – Mainstream.” Double tap the play button.

Victor Reader Stream Access:
Navigate to “Internet radio library” in the “online bookshelf”. Locate the Humanware playlist. From the playlist, select ACB Media 1 (1 = stream number) and hit play.
 
Alternate Dial-In access
Dial 1 (518) 906-1820. Listen to the menu prompts and press 1.

IMPORTANT NOTE
The ACB Radio Tuner is no longer supported. If you used the tuner in the past, you may access all ACB Media streams from acbmedia.org (see above)
If you are using alternate ways to access ACB Media streams than those above (such as Tune In or Winamp using acbradio.org URL’s, we kindly ask that you use one of the methods above.   
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For more info related to this week’s show, go to: https://speakingoutfortheblind.weebly.com/list-of-episodes-and-show-news/for-more-information-episode-301-sf-states-program-in-visual-impairments

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