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2013 ANN Conference Videos

 ANN is making available Dr. Hertle's keynote speech (future) and 4 breakout sessions. This was formally a "member only" benefit. See note at the bottom of this page.

Videos are available in Windows Media format (wmv) and as a flash video. WMV files can be viewed or downloaded. The time and size are next to the description. Be aware, because of their size, they can take as little as 8-10 minutes to download or start in your windows media player. Or, it can take an hour or more if you have a slow internet connection. Times are HH:MM

Flash format will launch a viewer window, much like You Tube, but because of their size, may take a minute or 2 to start. Be patient. The formats below have not been tested on a Mac. Feedback welcome. Use the contact us link on the left.


Creating Confidence in Children – Facilitated by Mary Alice Fuhrer  (356 mb) 1:01

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Driving with Low Vision - Things may not always look as they appear. Facilitated by Dr. Scott Hearing (387 mb) 1:05

Warning: Some viewers may find some of Dr. Hearing's comments objectionable.
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Teen Panel – Facilitated by Kerri Nagle (344 mb) 0:58

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Dealing with Nystagmus in the Adult Years – Facilitated by Laurie
Glaude (350 mb) 1:00

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A presentation by Jim Conley on How to Use Technology in Everyday Life was not recorded because it was similar to his excellent and well received presentation in 2011. Also, because Dr. Herlte had to do his presentation via Skype, his presentation was not recorded.

Both presentations from 2011 can be found here.


Most, but not all of the expenses for filming and posting these videos were funded through a grant from Delta Gamma. If you found these videos valuable, you are encouraged to become a member and/or make a donation to ANN (see links at left). It is through donations and memberships that ANN can continue to provide content such as this, as well as support for our scholarship program.


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