NYSAFLT welcomes you to the 91st Annual Meeting!
This CD will serve as an extension of the great workshops
that you participated in. This CD is provided as
a means to further explore materials and resources that
you encountered during the meeting.
What's on this CD?
This CD contains the following:
PDF documents of the Annual
Meeting Publication (Dr. Mark Warford & Dr. Eileen
Angelini, Editors) and of
other supplemental materials provided by workshop
Graphics, audio and video
SMART Board files
Want to know more?
offers additional information
on how to advocate for LOTE as well as how to become
more involved in our organization.
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to use this CD?
Yes - if you click on the blue NYSAFLT button
in the top menu bar,
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the internet in order to view that content. Also, if
you click on any e-mail address or URL found on this
CD, you will need an active connection to the
No - with exception to the above paragraph,
all of the media content (PDF, Powerpoint, graphics,
video and audio) is stored locally on this CD and
no internet connection is required.
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