VIBUG, the Visually Impaired and Blind User Group, is located in Massachusetts, and serves blind and visually impaired users of computers and other assistive technology. If you'd like to know more about us, you can download our flyer, which is available as a Microsoft Word document, or a braille formatted file. We encourage you to share this flyer with people you think would be interested in our assistive technology users group.
VIBUG membership costs $20 a year and includes the following benefits.
To Become a Vibug member and join the Vibug announcements mailing list, fill out the Vibug membership form. To make a secure online payment with a credit card or your PayPal account, select the following PayPal button.
You may also join VIBUG by coming to a meeting and paying your dues by cash or check. All checks should be made payable to VIBUG. If you have any questions, please contact our treasurer Bob Resnick at firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Saturday September 10, 2016 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Where: 77 Mass Ave, Building 5, room 134 on the campus of MIT in Cambridge.
Please note: There will be no Mac class this month.† During the meeting we will discuss the future of VIBUG Mac training.
We are now using TeamTalk.† Please go to http://www.vibug.org for details.
We will discuss the future of VIBUG Mac classes.
Danielle Bragg is a computer science PhD student interning at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, MA with Adam Kalai (CC-ed). She and her associates are working on a project to redesign the way letters look to improve the visual reading experience for low-vision visual readers. She is seeking low-vision participants for a user study. She will describe her project and tell us how interested individuals can help.
David Kingsbury will lead a discussion of useful tips and tricks that can make us more productive with JAWS and Windows.
Discussion and suggestions for future presentations.
Not a member yet?† Itís easy to join.† Visit our website at http://www.vibug.org
Current members are welcome to attend VIBUG meetings online. VIBUG is using a free online program called teamtalk. If you would like to participate live in meetings online, you must download and install the teamtalk program. There are versions for mac and pc. Use the links below to select the correct version depending on your operating system.
If this is your first time using the online option, contact Jerry Berrier, VIBUG president at email@example.com or Frank Ventura, VIBUG vice president, at firstname.lastname@example.org at least five days before a meeting for the VIBUG room password and setup instructions.
Members are reminded not to share these setup instructions with anyone who is not a VIBUG member. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in loss of online participation privileges.
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last updated: Monday, September 5, 2016