Access

[A comic with four panels. The first panel [top left] features three people with brown skin, wearing shorts and t-shirts. They stand on boxes that are all the same size, and watch a baseball game from behind a fence. The tallest person and medium-height person appear to be able to see over the fence, but the shortest person cannot. This is titled "Equality." The second panel [top right] is the same, except now the box the tallest person was standing on is beneath the shortest person, and all appear to be able to see over the fence. This is titled "Equity." The third panel [bottom left] has no boxes and no fence. All are cheering. This is titled "Liberation." The fourth panel [bottom right] features the tallest person doing tactile interpreting for the medium-height person, who we realize is wearing dark glasses. This is titled "Accessibility."]
[A comic with four panels. The first panel [top left] features three people with brown skin, wearing shorts and t-shirts. They stand on boxes that are all the same size, and watch a baseball game from behind a fence. The tallest person and medium-height person appear to be able to see over the fence, but the shortest person cannot. This is titled “Equality.” The second panel [top right] is the same, except now the box the tallest person was standing on is beneath the shortest person, and all appear to be able to see over the fence. This is titled “Equity.” The third panel [bottom left] has no boxes and no fence. All are cheering. This is titled “Liberation.” The fourth panel [bottom right] features the tallest person doing tactile interpreting for the medium-height person, who we realize is wearing dark glasses. This is titled “Accessibility.”]

The above image is my contribution to the #the4thbox challenge The 4th Box Sparks Imagination. The first three boxes are from the Interaction Institute for Social Change. My box was created by extremely talented visual artist friends.

Access/Accommodations: We can do better

The difference between access and accommodations: Accessibility v. Accommodations blog post by Katie Rose Guest Pryal.

Resource Compilations for Higher Education

I have tried to organize these by topic. Title is link to the page.

Conference/Presentation Access

Websites for the non-tech savvy

Accessibility and Online Meeting Platforms

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