Throat singing is a technique in which a single singer is able to sing up to four notes at the same time by manipulating their mouth and throat to isolate the overtones of the note they are singing.
Vision Clinic for area students. Pre-registration by the Teacher of the Visually Impaired required.
Come and learn about your transition options and plan for what comes after high school. Meet local service providers who can support your transition process.
Provides information and support to program support teachers in the field of visual impairments.
Short Course with Yerkes Observatory learning about making Astronomy Accessible and becoming a Skynet Junior Scholar.
William H. English, a.k.a. Mr. English, passed away on August 9, 2016, in his adopted state of Wisconsin.
Registration is now open for the fourth running of this online course that will start September 12, 2016.
As the program continues through its first year, instructional staff, and university personnel are highly encouraged by the early results produced by this nascent program.
WSBVI will host 3 programs this summer for students in Wisconsin who are blind and visually impaired.
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