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Tips for Supporting Faculty with Disabilities

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In the field of accessible and inclusive design in higher education, most research and reported practice focus on the experiences of and benefits for students with disabilities. This presentation will explore how campuses can recruit faculty members with diverse characteristics, including disabilities,…

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Updated February 20, 2024

Demystifying Accessibility in the Procurement Process

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Join us as Kim Hodges, Director of Digital Accessibility at the University of South Carolina, will provide strategies to seamlessly integrate and prioritize accessibility into your procurement cycle. In this session, we will delve into the critical role that digital accessibility plays…

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Updated September 29, 2023

Advancing Equity and Inclusion for Deaf Students in Higher Education

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Join us for a session presented by the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC) on creating inclusive environments in higher education for deaf* students. NDC will provide valuable insights into the common barriers faced by deaf students in higher education and…

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Updated October 13, 2023

The 3Play Way: Real-Time Captioning in Higher Education

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With an increased focus on accessibility and inclusive learning environments, real-time captioning is vital for students, educators, and institutions. This session will introduce you to 3Play Media’s real-time captioning solution and how we combine expertise, advanced technology, and an understanding of the…

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Updated July 28, 2023

How To Create and Deliver an Accessible Online Presentation

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This presentation will share the challenges people with disabilities face in delivering or participating in online presentations at conferences and in other meetings. Sheryl Burgstahler, from the University of Washington, and Raja Kushalnagar, from Gallaudet University, will share tips for making a…

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Updated August 25, 2023

The Top 5 Challenges to Accessibility in Higher Education

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Implementing accessibility in higher education poses many challenges. We have brought together a panel of higher education professionals to discuss the top five challenges to accessibility at their universities and how they overcome them. Panelists: Ann Fredricksen — Disability Specialist and Coordinator…

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Updated December 1, 2022

Guide To Digital and Communication Accessibility in Higher Education

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Digital and communication accessibility can feel complex and overwhelming. What are auxiliary aids and services? What does it mean to move beyond compliance and to a culture of inclusion? This webinar will outline considerations for building an operational framework rooted in the…

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Updated August 26, 2022

How to Make Academic Departments More Inclusive of Faculty with Disabilities

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Individuals with disabilities face challenges during the application process as well as after being hired as faculty members in departments. These departments include science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). This presentation will share lessons learned in the AccessADVANCE project which can help…

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Updated July 1, 2022

What the Pandemic Has Taught Us About How to Make Every Meeting More Accessible: Online or Hybrid Learning that Leaves No One Behind

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The COVID-19 pandemic forced both schools and corporations to figure out how to swiftly get remote, distance, and hybrid learning ready for everyone. Many of our government and higher-ed institutions were saying “I finally get it” regarding the importance of eAccessibility for…

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Updated May 10, 2022

31 Days of Universal Design for Learning

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You’ve heard about the three principles of universal design for learning (UDL). You’ve studied the checkpoints that underlie the principles (CAST, 2018). You started moving your learners from competence toward expertise using the UDL Progression Rubric (Novak & Rodriguez, 2018). You are…

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Updated May 24, 2022

How to Create Accessible PDFs

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Are the PDFs that you are creating accessible? Spoiler alert: most PDFs are not accessible. A PDF is considered accessible if it can be viewed by everyone including people with disabilities. To produce an accessible PDF, you’ll need to take some necessary…

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Updated February 11, 2022

Hybrid Event Tech 101: A Higher-Ed Guide to Accessible Hybrid Events

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Now that the world is opening up again, the vast majority of event creators are looking to merge in-person and virtual events into one cohesive experience. While a hybrid experience gives attendees greater flexibility, many event managers feel stuck when it comes…

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Updated August 27, 2021