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Join us and see why accessibility is essential to the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Get tips on how to create, test, and deliver presentations that are accessible, inclusive, and engaging.
An update on the 2022 data from the Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) survey.
This month we welcome back accessibility ambassador Amanda Ryan, academic technologist at the Institute on Community Integration, to share her knowledge of captioning.
Join the Accessibility Ambassadors Thursday, June 24, noon-1 p.m. where Kim Doberstein will discuss how to implement tables for increased accessibility and usability.
This presentation will focus on disability culture and its connection with digital technology.
This month we are joined by Neha Bansal, senior director of application development in the Office of Information Technology, to discuss accessibility in data visualization.
On May 27 we will be joined by Amy Ellison and Ruth MacDonald from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Kitty Hurley of MN IT Services, who will share their knowledge of map accessibility.
Attendees will learn about designing learning interfaces for users with learning differences and permanent, temporary, or situational disabilities.
Introduction to the history, foundational framework, and principles of Disability Justice.
Join us for a session on developing a learning-centered, accessible syllabus.
Learn about a new, first-of-its-kind training from the Office for Equity and Diversity.
Learn about the impacts of inaccessibility on academic success through survey and health report data from Boynton and discover how people experience disability on campus.
Accessibility Ambassadors: July session on Expanding Access and Inclusion in the Testing Environment
This session will cover the scope of disability and address academic ableism, highlight DRC processes, and champion strategies for expanding access and inclusion in a testing environment.
This month we’ll learn about document conversion services from the Disability Resource Center.
A conversation about captioning accommodations provided by the Disability Resource Center.
This month we are joined by Amy Kunkel, Ph.D., assistant teaching professor and special education licensure coordinator for the Department of Educational Psychology in the College of Education and Human Development on the Twin Cities campus.
This month we talk about automated and manual accessibility checking and why overlays are not the solution.
This month we are hosting a multi-presentation session introducing accessibility as a larger concept.