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Handouts and/or PowerPoint presentations from the conference as submitted by presenters.

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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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Universal Design on Campus

A lecture from the ACCESS-ed Conference 2008 presented by Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler on the importance of Universal Design in Higher Education. This lecture digs deeper into what it means for a facility to be Universally Designed and steps that are required to reach that status.

1 of 6 (captioned) Universal Design of Physical Spaces  YouTube Video

1 of 6 (video described) Universal Design of Physical Spaces  YouTube Video

2 of 6 (captioned) Universal Design in the Planning Stage  YouTube Video

2 of 6 (video described) Universal Design in the Planning Stage  YouTube Video

3 of 6 (captioned) Planning for Accommodations  YouTube Video

3 of 6 (video described) Planning for Accommodations  YouTube Video

4 of 6 (captioned) Appearance in Universal Design  YouTube Video

4 of 6 (vid. described) Appearance in Universal Design  YouTube Video

5 of 6 (captioned) Defining the "Universe"  YouTube Video

5 of 6 (vid. described)Defining the "Universe"  YouTube Video

6 of 6 (captioned) Images Around the Facility  YouTube Video

6 of 6 (vid. described) Images Around the Facility  YouTube Video

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Universality of Captioning

A lecture from the ACCESS-ed Conference 2008 presented by Virginia Chiaverina, of PEPNet, which goes in depth on the idea of captioning from its beginning to today and how it can be applied to classroom settings. The lecture is presented in five parts, each of which apply to captioning but all entail a different aspect.

1 of 5 (captioned) World of Captioning in New Media  YouTube Video

1 of 5 (video described) World of Captioning in New Media  YouTube Video

2 of 5 (captioned) Captioning on Media  YouTube Video

2 of 5 (video described) Captioning on Media  YouTube Video

3 of 5 (captioned) Who Uses Captioning?  YouTube Video

3 of 5 (video described) Who Uses Captioning?  YouTube Video

4 of 5 (captioned) Benefits for all Students  YouTube Video

4 of 5 (vid. described) Benefits for all Students  YouTube Video

5 of 5 (captioned) Additional Tools for Teachers  YouTube Video

5 of 5 (vid. described) Additional Tools for Teachers  YouTube Video

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Equal Access: UD of Conference Exhibits & Presentations

From the Thursday afternoon workshop with Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler. This website provides a checklist of how to make conference exhibits and presentations welcoming, accessible, and usable.

Burgstahler, S. DO-IT, University of Washington

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Equal Access: UD of Instruction

Thursday workshop handout, Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler. This worksheet provides a checklist for inclusive teaching.

Burgstahler, S. DO-IT, University of Washington

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Equal Access: UD of Professional Organizations

This 6 page handout is used as a checklist for making professional organizations welcoming, accessible, and usable. Questions regarding planning and policies, the physical environment, staff, resources, and technology can be asked to ensure every member feels welcome and should be able to use the resources and participate in sponsored activites.

DO-IT, Washington University

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Equal Access: UD of Student Service

This 6 page handout is used as a checklist for making campus services welcoming, accessible, and usable. Questions regarding planning and policies, the physical environment, staff, resources, and technology can be asked to ensure that all individuals have equal access.

DO-IT, Washington University

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Equal Access: UD of Your Project

This webpage provides a checklist for making projects welcoming, accessible, and usable. "Addressing the questions provides a good starting point to making your facility, information resources, and project activities universally accessible". An introduction to universal design, guidelines, and examples are presented.

DO-IT, Washington University

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The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.

Tim Berners-Lee
W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web