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The conference explores all aspects of technology and disabilities, and it features a faculty of internationally recognized speakers, more than 350 general session workshops and more than 130 exhibitors displaying the latest technologies for people with disabilities. This year’s exhibit floor has added several new exhibitors from all facets of assistive technology and services. The CSUN Conference Exhibit Hall is free and open to the public.
California State University, Northridge has a long history of involvement in many aspects of assisting people with disabilities dating back to 1961, when the university was known as San Fernando Valley State College. This precedes Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. In 1983, university officials created the Center on Disabilities to directly assist students in realizing their academic and career goals. To that end, the technology and persons with disabilities conference was launched.
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