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Accessibility Webinar – Building a Campus-Wide Universal Design framework from the Ground Up
February 26, 2020 @ 10:00 AM - 11:15 AMFree
Topic: Building a Campus-Wide Universal Design framework from the Ground Up
Recorded Presenter: Sheryl Burgstahler, Director, Accessible Technology Services, University of Washington
UD (Universal Design) has emerged as framework for addressing diversity issues in the design of software, instruction, and student services. Engage with speaker and other participants about how promoting the UD paradigm to all aspects of campus life can influence the expectation that IT procured, developed, and used on campus will be accessible too.
Additional information available at the Building a Campus-Wide Universal Design framework from the Ground Up breakout session description at the AHG 2018 conference archives.
These webinars will be a mix of recorded sessions from the Accessing Higher Ground 2018 and 2019 full conference and local accessibility experts in the Minnesota State system. Each webinar will focus on a topic and will be followed by facilitated dialogue. These will not be recorded due to licensing provisions.
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This is a part of the Digital Accessibility Awareness and Skill Development Series.
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Questions? Contact Scott Wojtanowski