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STEM Accessibility: Beyond Simply Making Things Accessible

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Speaker

David Schwarte and Alex Mason, Assistive Technology Specialists at Purdue University

AiiCE, our Member Organization DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) Center, and TAPDINTO-STEM invite you to join us for 'STEM Accessibility: Beyond Simply Making Things Accessible.' Registration is required: Zoom Registration Link

Students in STEM fields need to have a method for independently interacting and engaging with information, which means it's important to make STEM materials accessible to students with disabilities and to help them find usable methods for engaging with those materials and demonstrating their understanding of the information. This session will discuss how processes were developed for an engineering student to independently complete homework, labs, and assessments and how they can be applied more broadly. 

ASL and CART provided. If you require other accommodations don't hesitate to get in touch with Eric at ericwt@uw.edu 

This webinar will be recorded and accessible versions of the recording and teaching materials will be publicly available.


Categories

Accessibility, Disability, Diversity, Identity, Inclusion