The e-Learning Lingo Podcast #26: Legally Blind
December 01, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsDave Boggs, CEO of SyberWorks, states, “This week’s episode of the e-Learning Lingo Podcast series looks what the vision standard that qualifies an individual as legally blind in North America and how it correlates to e-Learning accessibility.”
The e-Learning Lingo Podcast: Episode #26 “Legally Blind” http://www.syberworks.com/audio/lingopodcast26.mp3 is located in the SyberWorks Online Media Center at http://www.syberworks.com/lingo_podcast.htm in the About Us section of the SyberWorks web site. The transcript is located at http://www.syberworks.com/lingo26_transcript.htm.
About The e-Learning Lingo Podcast
The e-Learning Lingo Podcasts are created by SyberWorks, Inc. as a free service to academia and a resource to the e-Learning industry at large. Each week, the e-Learning Lingo Podcast Series discusses one or two important terms used by professionals in the e-Learning industry. The e-Learning Lingo Podcast focuses primarily on terms used in e-Learning, Performance Management, and Human Capital Management. The podcasts themselves are very brief and are designed for busy executives or students who don’t have a lot of time.
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SyberWorks, Inc. (http://www.syberworks.com) is a leader in the custom e-Learning Solutions and Learning Management System industries for Fortune 1000 corporations, higher education, and other organizations. Located in Waltham, Massachusetts, the company serves the multi-billion-dollar e-Learning market. Since 1995, SyberWorks has developed and delivered unique and economical solutions to create, manage, measure, and improve e-Learning programs at companies and organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, and other countries.