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AccessZone is a Course

AccessZone

Ended Jan 8, 2021

Full course description

Start:

January 7, 2021

Duration:

3 hours

Location:

Online

Price:

Free


 

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AccessZone

AccessZone is a program developed for Arizona State University (ASU) faculty, staff, and students to increase institutional awareness and support for students with disabilities. AccessZone builds upon the ASU Charter that states that we are measured by whom we include and how they succeed. This program provides context by covering the history of disability and laws that impact those with disabilities in higher education. AccessZone prepares practitioners to understand disability as an important aspect of campus diversity and introduces Universal Design as it relates to access and inclusion in higher education settings. Using videos, experiential learning exercises, and discussion, this program provides practitioners with the knowledge, tools, and skills to work more effectively and confidently with students with disabilities.


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Session Details:

Thursday, January 7, 2021 - 1:00pm-4:00pm


Participants Welcomed:

Students, Staff, and Faculty


Presenter:

Teddy Moya