Block 8

Friday July 15, 2011

2:30 pm-4:30 pm

#8.1 Accessible Video: Techniques, Tools, Strategies, and Solutions – Session III

Jayme Johnson, High Tech Training Center Unit, California Community Colleges

Sean Keegan, Stanford University

Ken Petri, The Ohio State University

Terrill Thompson, DO-IT, University of Washington

#8.2 A Strategy to Develop Allies and Create Diversity

Elaine Ostroff, Institute for Human Centered Design

Karen Braitmayer, Studia Pacifica, LTD

William Pollard, University of Massachusetts Boston

AHEAD 2011 8.2 Abstracts Selected Projects 2011

AHEAD 2011 8.2 Access to Design Professions brochure 11-16-10

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AHEAD 2011 8.2 RFP for ADP Partnerships in Diversity

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#8.3 Disabled “Starchitects” by 2020? Why not? How Can we Achieve this Goal?

Sandra Manley, University of the West of England

Ann de Graft-Johnson, University of the West of England

Katie Lucking, University of the West of England

#8.4 Office for Civil Rights, Year in Review

Howard Kallem, OCR, U.S. Dept. of Education

Joan Rubin, OCR, U.S. Dept. of Education

#8.5 Introduction to Access/Assistive Technology

Dan Comden, University of Washington

#8.6 Executive Functioning: Helping Students be Successful In and Out of the Classroom

Christy Lendman, Lendman Educational Consulting

AHEAD 2011 8.6 agenda

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AHEAD 2011 8.6 EF General Strategies

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AHEAD 2011 8.6 Executive Function Questionnaire

AHEAD 2011 8.6 Executive Function Resources

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#8.7 Access to Employment: The Wrap Around Experiential Education Model for Success

Veronica Porter, Northeastern University

Diane Ciarletta, Northeastern University

Marci Shaffer, Northeastern University

#8.8 Transitions Project: Opportunities for Postsecondary Success for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

Cathy Schelly, Colorado State University

Julia Kothe, Colorado State University

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#8.9 Partnering to Institutionalize Best Practices: A Panel of Perspectives

Kaela Parks, University of Alaska Anchorage

Melanie Thompson, Northern Illinois University

Scott Friedman, William Rainey Harper College

Melanie Gangle, University of Portland

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#8.10 Symposium on STEM Education

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Community Partnerships for Enhancing Access to STEM

Education for Students with Disabilities


Ronda Jenson, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Alexis Petri, University of Missouri-Kansas City

AccessSTEM and AccessComputing: Creating Sustainable Partnerships at Local and National Levels

Lyla Crawford, DO-IT, University of Washington

Sheryl Burgstahler, DO-IT, University of Washington

#8.11 From Outrage to Collective Responsibility:

Understanding Technologist Views of Web Accessibility

Jeremy Sydik, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Christy Horn, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

#8.12 Putting It Together: Accommodations for the Student with Deafblindness

Jelica Nuccio, Seattle Deaf-Blind Service Center