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Free Webinar - Accessibility in the Learning Environment: Getting to Know the Basics
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3/21/2017
When: 03/21/2017
1pm EDT
Where: Online
United States
Contact: CCUMC Executive Office
812-855-6049

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About this webinar:

Accessibility impacts everyone in the college or university community, and in this webinar, we will discuss common accessibility barriers and their impact. We will consider the difference between accommodations and accessibility, the benefits of accessibility for all students, and ways that you can start incorporating accessibility in your role.

Resources:

These resources have been compiled by Grey Reavis for the Accessibility in the Learning Environment – Getting to Know the Basics webinar.

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 Presenter:
 

Grey Reavis
University IT Accessibility Coordinator
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, North Carolina

Grey Reavis serves as the University IT Accessibility Coordinator at NC State University, where they oversee accessible technology, promote awareness of accessibility across campus, and establish policies and practices relating to the university’s IT systems, websites, and course materials. They create workshops for faculty and staff on accessible IT and course materials, as well as Universal Design for Learning. They received their MA in English from the UNC at Greensboro in 2005 and taught face-to-face and online English and Humanities courses for over ten years. In addition, they served as an Instructional Technology Specialist in DELTA at NC State while completing their MEd in Instructional Technology. They have presented at ATHEN’s Accessing Higher Ground Conference, the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Conference, and a number of other higher ed conferences. Much of their time outside of work is devoted to their work as a beekeeper and mentor within the beekeeping community.