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Universal Design in Service Delivery

A lecture from the ACCESS-ed Conference 2008 presented by Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler on the importance of Universal Design in Higher education. Topics that are addressed include ADA accessibility, access challenges spectrum, and information technology.

1 of 9 (captioned) Access Challenges Spectrum  (YouTube Video)

1 of 9 (video described) Access Challenges Spectrum  (YouTube Video)

2 of 9 (captioned) Information Technology  (YouTube Video)

2 of 9 (video described) Information Technology  (YouTube Video)

3 of 9 (captioned) Entrances, Routes of Travel, & Signage Part 1  (YouTube Video)

3 of 9 (vide described) Entrances, Routes of Travel, & Signage 1  (YouTube Video)

4 of 9 (captioned) Entrances, Routes of Travel, & Signage 2  (YouTube Video)

4 of 9 (vid. described) Entrances, Routes of Travel, & Signage 2  (YouTube Video)

5 of 9 (captioned) Entrances, Routes of Travel, & Signage 3  (YouTube Video)

5 of 9 (vid. described) Entrances, Routes of Travel, & Signage 3  (YouTube Video)

6 of 9 (captioned) Definition of Universal Design  (YouTube Video)

6 of 9 (vid. captioned) Definition of Universal Design  (YouTube Video)

7 of 9 (captioned) Universal Design Spectrum  (YouTube Video)

7 of 9 (vid. captioned) Universal Design Spectrum  (YouTube Video)

8 of 9 (captioned) Individual vs. Environment  (YouTube Video)

8 of 9 (vid. described) Individual vs. Environment  (YouTube Video)

9 of 9 (captioned) Beyond ADA-Accessibility & Usability  (YouTube Video)

9 of 9 (vid. described) Beyond ADA-Accessibility & Usability  (YouTube Video)

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The message I'll share...is that inclusion is extremely important for kids with and without disabilities.

Clay Aiken