New Format for 2021:
Live virtual workshops every Tuesday in March 2021, 11:30 am – 12:00 pm!
The Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility (OHREA) is pleased to announce that the Accessibility Awareness Days event will be launching in March 2021. Our format this year will involve 5 live, virtual workshops held each Tuesday in March from 11:30 am – 12:00 pm.
These short workshops are intended to raise accessibility awareness in many different contexts. However, accessible environments are not that meaningful unless they are also inclusive. This means that all people feel like they belong and are active contributors to our campus and the greater community.
You only need to register for this event once and you are automatically invited to all the workshops! After registering, you will receive weekly emails with a link to each workshop. Feel free to join in on as many as sessions as you’d like!
Note: You do not need to download any apps to attend.
Schedule of Events:
March 2: Welcoming Disability with the Social Model
March 9 - Accessibility, Inclusion & the Limits of the Law
March 16 - Supporting Human-Centered Design
March 23 - Accessible Online Education During the Pandemic and Beyond
March 30 – Keynote Address: Inclusion has to be Purposeful
After Speaker, AAD Closing Ceremony from 12:00-12:10
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org