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A key to university-wide accessibility is to focus on the needs of students and faculty. This has been a core principle of the approach that has propelled the City University of New York's (CUNY's) accessibility initiative. 

CUNY is a conglomerate of 24 colleges and graduate schools located across New York City. Across all 24 campuses, accessibility is a central component of daily operations. Like all universities, they have a very diverse faculty and student body, so making sure everyone has access to the technologies and resources they need to succeed is critical to how CUNY has structured their accessibility initiative. 

In this webinar, Carlos Herrera, Assistant Director of Services for Students with Disabilities at CUNY’s Queensborough Community College (QCC), and Coordinator of the CUNY Technology Accessibility Task Force will tell us just how CUNY has established university-wide technology accessibility initiatives to support faculty, students and staff. He will share CUNY's approach for building awareness and partnerships with faculty and staff, as well as talk through the challenges they have confronted and overcome. 

In this webinar, Carlos will cover:

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November 30th, 2017

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University-Wide Accessibility: Supporting all Students and Faculty with Disabilities in Higher Education

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FREE WEBINAR: Thursday, February 15th at 2pm ET

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Thursday, February 15th

2pm-3pm ET

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Carlos Herrera

Assistant Director of Services for Students with Disabilities, Coordinator of the CUNY Technology Accessibility Task Force

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CUNY Profile

CUNY's accessibility inniative

How they got University leadership and others involved in the strategy

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How CUNY purchases accessible technology

Elisa Edelberg

Moderator

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Strategies for building awareness and partnerships with faculty and students

How they work with students to create a more accessible classroom experience

How they work with the IT department