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CRC Vision and Hearing Technology Series

This series includes courses selected for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors working in the field of vision and deaf/hard of hearing impairments with Assistive Technology (AT).

CRC CEU Information for Courses included in this Series:

This series is eligible for up to 7.0 CRC hours or 0.7 CRC CEUs.

This activity is valid with this Pre-Approval number from March 7, 2022, through March 6, 2023. The CRCC Pre-Approval number is included on the CRC Certificate issued once you complete a course and the appropriate evaluations. 

This series includes seven courses. You may purchase one, multiple, or all courses included in this series. Each course expires 45 days after the date of purchase.

Before submitting your CEU(s) to CRCC for a course or courses included in this series, please be sure to complete all courses you intend to complete within this series. CRCC will only allow you to submit once for courses included in this CRCC pre-approval number. The CRCC system will not allow you to go back at a later date and add additional CRC hours to your initial submission for this pre-approval number.

Learning Objectives for the Series:

First Learning Objective: Recommend at least 3 strategies for providing remote supervision and collaboration services for assistive technology or other vision services for people with vision loss.
Second Learning Objective: Discuss at least 3 different combinations of remote control technologies and conferencing software applications that can be used for supervision and observations for assistive technology training with people with vision loss.
Third Learning Objective: Discuss at least 3 techniques for assisting AT instructors and students to setup and configure new computing devices for compatibility with AT for people with vision loss.
Fourth Learning Objective: Describe one or more considerations for individuals with visual impairment or for individuals who are deaf/ hard of hearing.
First Learning Objective: Discuss five sessions related to transition and workplace accessibility.
Second Learning Objective: Identify three sessions of interest.
Third Learning Objective: Discuss three current issues in involving transition and workplace accessibility.
Fourth Learning Objective: Describe one or more considerations for individuals with visual impairment or who are deaf/ hard of hearing.
First Learning Objective: Define EPUB and list at least three benefits to choosing EPUB as a reading format for K-12 students
Second Learning Objective: Identify at least one source for high-quality EPUB content and use the accessibility features built into devices from Apple, Google and Microsoft to personalized the reading experience for diverse learners.
Third Learning Objective: Use a new plugin for Microsoft Word to easily convert an accessible Microsoft Word document into an accessible EPUB that can be distributed to students.
Fourth Learning Objective: Describe one or more considerations for individuals with visual impairment or who are deaf/ hard of hearing.
First Learning Objective: Identify one or more of the accessibility features of office 365 (Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, Sway, Forms, and Excel).
Second Learning Objective: Describe one or more accessibility features of office 365 and its relationship with UDL and the areas of Assistive Technology.
Third Learning Objective: Describe and demonstrate one or more uses of the accessibility features of office 365.
Fourth Learning Objective: Describe one or more considerations for individuals with visual impairment.
Fifth Learning Objective: Describe one or more considerations for individuals who are deaf/ hard of hearing.

First Learning Objective: Participants will identify at least two captioning options that they can incorporate into their instructional delivery.
Second Learning Objective: Participants will be able to state at least one condition to evaluate when captioning is required based upon state and federal laws.
Third Learning Objective: Participants will identify at least three accessibility features that pertain specifically to their student population which will promote student success and academic achievement.
Fourth Learning Objective: Describe one or more considerations for individuals with visual impairment.
Fifth Learning Objective:  Describe one or more considerations for individuals who are deaf/ hard of hearing.

First Learning Objective: Describe one or more ways to use technology to support literacy.
Second Learning Objective: Describe one or more differences with the impact of pen/paper and video in expressing ideas and showing understanding.
Third Learning Objective: Identify one or more technology that encourages language development and literacy in an educational setting.
Fourth Learning Objective: Describe one or more considerations for individuals with visual impairment or who are deaf/ hard of hearing.


First Learning Objective: Participants will identify and apply Job Accommodation Network’s (JAN) 6 Step Sample Interactive Process
Second Learning Objective: Participants will discuss five real life workplace accommodations that have been implemented to harness the potential of employees with complex accommodation needs.
Third Learning Objective: Participants will participate in guided demonstration of JAN’s A-Z Lists at https://askjan.org/a-to-z.cfm and use it to identify three accommodation ideas.
Fourth Learning Objective: Describe one or more considerations for individuals with visual impairment or who are deaf/ hard of hearing.