2014 AHEAD Conference Handouts

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Exploring Power and Privilege Dynamics in Disability Services

Concurrent Block 1

#1.1 The Legal Year in Review

#1.2 The Real Story: A Documentary Exploring Media Coverage of People with Disabilities

#1.3 The Changing Face of Bias: Exploring Disability Bias & Microaggressions

#1.4 Building Bridges: Life Lessons from Three Different Disability Service Directors

#1.5 Collaboration and Faculty Development: Improving the Usability of Online Math

#1.6 Changing Systems to Provide Inclusive Higher Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

#1.7 Helping Faculty Understand Sheldon's Spot: "Couching" Autism Spectrum Disorders through The Big Bang Theory ™ lens.

#1.8 I'm New to DSS...But Not to Disability. Is There a Training for Me?

#1.9 Structured Networking: Developing Peer Connections trhough Guided Discourse to Build a Sustainable Resource Network

#1.10 Improving Access to STEM Education and Employment for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students

#1.11 A Framework to Accommodate the Unique Needs of Hard of Hearing Students, Part 1

#1.12 DeafTEC Working Together: Deaf and Hearing People

#1.13 Can a Hearing Campus be Deaf-Friendly? One University's Journey Toward Creating a More Inclusive Campus/h4>

#1.14 Universal Design Yoga for Students with Auditory, Visual and Other Sensory Issues

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Concurrent Block 2

#2.1 Getting to ADA Compliance, How a Plan Can Help Part I (Self-Evaluations)

#2.2 Re-envisioning the Disability Service Model; The Advising and Access Services Centre at Dalhousie University

#2.3 Disability and Privilege: A Diversity Event (and Controversy) at an Elite College

#2.4 Practices that Strengthen the DS Office for New Postsecondary Realities

#2.5 The Accessibility Challenge of E-books

#2.6 OLS at Bellevue College: Innovative Associate Degree for Adults with Cognitive Disabilities

#2.7 Growing Support and Managing Change - Three Case Studies

#2.8 Trends and Outcomes for Students with Intellectual Disabilities: Data from the National Coordinating Center

#2.9 Best Practices for Working with Graduate Students Who Have Psychological Disabilities

#2.10 Using Social Media - Outreach/Campus Connections Without Leaving Your Office

#2.11 Framework to Accommodate the Unique Needs of Hard of Hearing Students, Part 2

#2.12 Methods that Enhance Print-based Academic Literacy for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students at LaGuardia CC CUNY

#2.13 Online Media Accessibility 101: What DS Coordinators Need to Know!

#2.14 The Interpretive Dance: Managing the Choreography of Schedules Between Student & Staff

#2.15 Student Learning and Development Outcomes and the CAS Disability Standards, Part I

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Concurrent Block 3

#3.1 Getting to ADA Compliance, How a Plan Can Help Part II (Transition Plans & Barrier Removal Plans)

#3.2 The Art of Expression: Language Ideas for Communicating a Social Model Approach

#3.3 Theory Behind Wider Outreach and Critical Theory Language?

#3.4 Collaborating and Leadership Outside Disability Services-It Takes a Village

#3.5 Establishing an Existing and Emerging Technologies Committee on your Campus

#3.6 Technology to Assist Postsecondary Struggling Readers: A Mixed Methods Research Study

#3.7 Launching a College Transition Program: Improving Student Connection to DS

#3.8 How can I Support Students with Psychiatric Disabilities? An AHEAD-supported Study


#3.9 Positive Aspects of Disability Among College Students

#3.10 Support and Professional Development for Small DS Offices through a Consortium Model

#3.11 Beyond Deafness: Serving Individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing with Co-Occuring Disabilities

#3.12 Best Practices for Implementing Video Captioning

#3.13 In-House vs Outsourcing - Comparing Service Provision Models for Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students

#3.14 Standardized Testing: Accommodations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Test Takers

#3.15 Student Learning and Development Outcomes and the CAS Disability Standards, Part II

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Concurrent Block 4

#4.1 Legal Landscape for Alternate Formats

#4.2 Theory Barriers to Change: Power & Privilege in DS Provision

#4.3 Universal Design for Engagement and Retention in Student Affairs

#4.4 Multi-Campus Community College Perspectives: Effective Practices for all Campuses

#4.5 Adventures and Pitfalls of Going Digital to Streamline Services-Tales of Three Universities

#4.6 Here Come The Visually Impaired Students: What Do They Really Need/Want?

#4.7 McDaniel Step Ahead: A Transitional College Summer Program Specifically for Students with Disabilities

#4.8 Disability Director's Roundtable: A Discussion on Best Practice's Challenges and Successes

#4.9 Developing A Student Trainer Program to Enhance Campus Outreach

#4.10 Strategic Planning for the Small DS Office

#4.11 An Introduction to PROJECT ACCESS: Effective Classroom Strategies to Improve Access to Learning for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

#4.12 Creating an Inclusive College Experience: Access Beyond the Classroom for Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students

#4.13 Online Mathematics Video Resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

#4.14 Effective and Innovative Strategies for Managing Interpreting Services

#4.15 Maximize your AHEAD Regional Affiliate: A World of Network Opportunities

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Concurrent Block 5

#5.1 Student Conduct and Students on the Autism Spectrum

#5.2 What is the Future of Learning Support Services in DS Growth Focused on Change in the Classroom Environment?

#5.3 Multiple Dimensions: Using LGBT Identity Theory as a Model for Progressive Disability Professionals

#5.4 Don't Fan the Flames. Turn Angry Faculty Emails into Positive Outcomes

#5.5 Using Mobile Technology to Promote Independence for Students with ADHD/LD

#5.6 Improving Your Assistive Technology Service Delivery

#5.7 Equal Opportunities, Unique Experiences: Individualized and Universal Approaches to Inclusive Study Abroad

#5.8 Promoting Retention Through Support Services: African American Students with Mental Health Concerns

#5.9 The Seven Barriers to Using Academic Accommodations - From Our Students' Perspective

#5.10 Disabilities Portrayal in Contemporary Fiction: An Ongoing Discussion

#5.11 Interpreting is Expensive! Reframing How we Talk About and Provide Interpreting Services

#5.12 Building an Online Community for Deaf and Hard of Hearing STEM Students

#5.13 When Languages Collide: Mathematics and ASL-Ensuring a Good Fit

#5.14 Is the Use of Multiple Classroom Technologies Problematic for Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Students?

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Concurrent Block 6

#6.1 Alternate Media and Copyright - A Blockbuster Court Decision: The Authors Guild, inc. v Hathi Trust, SD NY (2012)

#6.2 A Culture Shift: Moving Beyond Compliance to Full Membership in Higher Education

#6.3 Guiding Faculty toward Access: Ways to Facilitate Change

#6.4 Career Advancement Strategies for Disability Resource/Service Staff

#6.5 Transitioning to Postsecondary Education: An E-College Mentoring Program Collaborative

#6.6 Model for Successfully Launching an Accessibility Initiative at Your University

#6.7 Passport to the WORLD: Navigating (Dis)Ability in Global learning Initiatives

#6.8 Transitioning from College to Career for Students on the Autism Spectrum

#6.9 The College Model: Strategic Partnerships that Enhance Faculty Engagement and Access within Academic Health Center Programs

#6.10 Creating A Peer Mentor Program to Promote Self-Determination and Leadership

#6.11 Interdisciplinary Transition Team initiative (ITTI): A Comprehensive Planing Approach for Transition-Age Young Adults who are Deaf-Blind

#6.12 Speech-to-Text Services: A Technology &Training Roadmap

#6.13 Video Remote Interpretation: Establishing Access to PostSecondary Environments for Deaf Students

#6.14 Exploring the Connection Between Services, Support and Persistence of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

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Concurrent Block 7

#7.1 OCR Year in Review

#7.2 The Journey Continues: Exploring the Process of Rethnking the Role of Documentation

#7.3 Emerging Practices for Working with Graduate Students: Relationships, Structure, Appropriate Accommodations

#7.4 Community College Open Access: Challenges and Opportunities for Student Development

#7.5 Campus Partners Working Together to Create Accessible Online Learning Environments

#7.6 Partnering with the Instructional Design and Development Team to Promote Accessible Instruction

#7.7 Enhancing Access to Students with Non-Apparent Disabilities in International Exchange

#7.8 A Case Study on the Professional Identity Development of Disability Service Providers

#7.9 Culturally Responsive Evaluation: A Tool for Assessing Faculty Understanding of Serving Students with Disabilities

#7.10 Alternate Format Textbook Strategies for the Small Disability Services Office

#7.11 Deaf Self-Advocacy-Perceptions, Abilities and Tools-Effective Practies & Curriculum

#7.12 Creative Teaming with Limited Resources

#7.13 Incorporating Technology and Universal Design for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in Higher Education

#7.14 Beyond Deafness-Creating Access for Individuals with Dual Sensory Loss

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Concurrent Block 8

#8.1 Technology and Online Access: Recent Decisions Guide PRACTICE, Not Just Policy

#8.2 Beyond the ADA: Inclusive Policy and Practice for Higher Education

#8.3 Students' ACCESS Campaign 2014: Print & Social Media Strategies for Campus ACCESS

#8.4 Strategically Managing your Office and Planning for the Future

#8.5 Interactions with the AT "Experts"

#8.6 If You're Gonna do it, do it Right: Modified Attendance Accommodations

#8.7 Leading The Way To Access: Keys to Success for a One-Person Office

#8.8 Find New Enthusiasm and Skill for Growing Your Career

#8.9 Developing Individualized Math Success Plans for LD, TBI, ADD and WW Students

#8.10 Service Provision for Students with Mental Health Conditions: The DS Perspective

#8.11 I Have a Deaf/Hard of Hearing Student Enrolling

#8.12 "Can't 'Hear' and Can't 'Speak'"

#8.13 Mental Health Services for Individuals who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

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Poster Sessions

Empower Partnerships for Inclusive Communities: Advancing Disability Rights from Argentina to Ukraine


College STAR: A UNC System Initiative to Support Students with Learning Differences

Meeting the Challenges of Providing Disability Services using Analytical Case Study Methodology

New Start for Student Veterans: Psychosocial Characteristics of Collegiate Veterans with Disabilities

The Faculty Room: Faculty Training and Workshops Made Easy

30 Web Accessibility Tips: Creating Accessible Web-Based Resources

Cogmed Interventions for ADHD: An Emphasis on Working Memory Concerns

Dyslexia and Engineering Workshop Methods

First 10 years of PEPNet-Japan: Recent progress and Development of Japan

"Should I get help"?: Students with Disabilities Question University Support Services

The Work of a Resource-Teacher at College Level

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Lunch and Learn Sessions

#LL1 The Real Story

#LL2 Clockwork Enterprise Solutions

#LL3 Flashnotes Online Notetaking Service

#LL4 Claro: Effective Multi-Sensory Solutions for Reading and Writing, Visual Brainstorming and Building Writing Confidence

#LL5 Document Conversion with SensusAccess

#LL6 Literacy Solutions for the Digital Age

#LL7 "SAM" - the Student Accommodation Manager from AMAC at Georgia Tech

#LL8 Solving the Note-taking Problem using Speech Annotaion Software

#LL9 Writing for the Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability

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