Window-Eyes Script Writing Class in Atlanta, GAGreetings,
The following event has been posted to the GW Micro Upcoming Events page:
Name: Window-Eyes Script Writing Class in Atlanta, GA
When: Thursday, May 20, 2010 to Friday, May 21, 2010
Where: Atlanta, GAWhat: Script Writing ClassWho: Doug GeoffrayComments: Click here to sign up for the Window-Eyes Script Writing Class in Atlanta, GAGW Micro and Georgia Radio Reading Service are proud to bring you another exciting opportunity to learn how to write scripts. Join us in Atlanta for the opportunity to invest in yourself by learning how to write scripts for Window-Eyes. We've developed a hands-on, in-depth, instructional course on the design and construction of Window-Eyes scripts. If you are a beginning script author or a seasoned script veteran (regardless of screen reader), if you are interested in providing fee-based script services, or want to distribute your work in an open forum, or if you just want to learn how to script to further your own computing experience, this Window-Eyes Script writing class is for you. Window-Eyes scripting capabilities are only limited by your imagination. We will provide you with skills to harness the power of Window-Eyes to work for you using a system of time-tested and industry-wide standard methods and practices. You will learn the ins and outs of the most advanced scripting language available in any adaptive product on the market today. Investing in your Window-Eyes script-writing experience is a great way to enhance your existing skill-set, allowing you to thrive in the adaptive technology industry. This class will be held on Thursday, May 20, and Friday, May 21, 2010. The training will be located in the Production Break Room (in the lower level of the Georgia Public Broadcasting Building) located at:260 14th Street, NWAtlanta, GA 30318This Window-Eyes Script Writing Class is available for $650 per individual, and spans two full days. To register, go to www.gwmicro.com/training
. Make sure to select the Script Writing Class registration. For directions to the training location, please call Georgia Radio Reading Service at (800) 672-6173.For specific questions regarding the material in the script-writing training class, please contact Doug Geoffray at email@example.com. If you have any other questions regarding training, Kimberly Cline at (702) 824-4395 or email Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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