Calendar of Events

Twenty-Second Annual UW Computer Fair
March 13-14, 1996
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. DO-IT will have booths and presentations at this annual fair which offers seminars and displays from 160 exhibitors to over 16,000 attendees. All Fair activities are free. For more information contact the UW Computer Fair, (206) 685-3648 or email
Math Day
March 18, 1996
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. Sixth annual conference for high school students to learn how mathematics can be exciting, practical and rewarding. Keynote address by Dr. Leroy Hood, professor of molecular biotechnology, UW. For information, call UW Extension (206) 543-2320.
Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference
March 19-23, 1996
Presentation by DO-IT including distribution of videotapes and publications. For more information contact CSU-Northridge Center on Disabilities, Northridge, California.
Post-Secondary Transition for Students with Disabilities
March 21, 1996
Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, Washington. DO-IT co-sponsors this program with Puget Sound Educational Service District. For more information contact Aurora Huerta (206) 439-6911.
Assets '96 ACM/SIGCAPH Conference
April 11-12, 1996
Vancouver, Canada. A forum where researchers and developers from academia and industry meet to exchange ideas and report on new developments relating to computer-based systems to help people with disabilities and others with special needs. For information contact Ephraim P. Glinert at (518) 276-2657 or
PAVE Workshop on Community Liason Training
April 12-13, 1996
This workshop, by PAVE's Parent to Parent Training Project, will assist parents in preparing for IEP meetings. PAVE's Community Liasons are parents who volunteer their time, experience, and knowledge to help other parents. For information contact Washington PAVE, 6316 S. 12th St., Tacoma, WA 98465-1900, (800) 5-PARENT (Voice/TTY).
Engineering Open House
April 19-20, 1996
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. Event sponsored by the UW Engineering Department highlighting engineering programs and departments. For information, email
Pacific Northwest Technology Conference and Expo
April 24-27, 1996
Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, Washington. For information contact WTAC Convention Services NW, 8511 15th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98115, (206) 526-1240 (Voice/TTY), or or
NCCE Conference
April 24-27, 1996
Portland, Oregon. Regional conference about educational applications of computer and network technologies. For more information contact NCCE, P.O. Box 672, Wenatchee, WA 98807 (541) 346-3537.
Preparing for the Transition to College
April 27, 1996.
Spokane, Washington. A workshop co-sponsored by DO-IT. For information contact WATA/Easter Seals, West 606 Sharp, Spokane, WA 99201, (509) 328-9350 or (800) 214-8731.
NECC Conference
June 9-13, 1996
Minneapolis, Minnesota. National conference about educational applications of computer and network technologies. For information contact NECC '96/TIES, 2665 Long Lake Road, Suite 250, Roseville, MN 55113-2535, (612) 638-8764,