October 24, 2019
KSUnite breakout sessions: Improving accessibility
Submitted by KSUnite Planning Team
As part of KSUnite: Moving Forward Together on Wednesday, Nov. 6, two breakout sessions will focus on accessibility.
- "How Can I Help You? Improving Awareness and Maintaining an Inclusive Community for People with Disabilities," presented by Jason Maseberg-Tomlinson, director of the Student Access Center, and Charlotte Self, director of employee relations and engagement, Human Capital Services.
- "Unite to Promote Digital Accessibility as We Move Forward Together," presented by Debra Goins, instructional designer, College of Arts and Sciences.
These sessions will promote simple acts of kindness and increase participants' awareness of the resources available on campus. They will be interactive and engaging presentations to help leaders to become aware of ways to improve accessibility for people with disabilities in our community. Participants will be invited to think about ways they can help individuals or ask questions about access on our campus. These sessions will also provide an overview of services available to all people with disabilities on our campus.
Target audience: Employees and students who identify themselves as a leader or advocate, i.e. supervisors, committee chairs, mentors, student leaders.
For more information regarding KSUnite, including detailed schedule, speaker biographies and FAQs, visit ksu.edu/KSUnite.