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Tracking Access Successes and Issues at C’s 2017 (Portland, OR)
March 14, 2017Posted by on
As we all pack up/prepare materials to head to C’s, one more Google Doc/Word Doc as some collaborative wisdom gathering — thanks to Susan Naomi Bernstein and Dale Ireland for these ideas.
Attached to this post are MS Word documents that you can add to and send to me; we’ll also have a copy of this at the Access Table if people want to write things down there.
We intend this to be a place where people can document things that worked well access-wise and should be continued as well as things that were barriers, issues, challenges, or problems in Portland.
The goal is to document these things in a central location so that those who work on the Kansas City Accessibilty Guide, the NCTE staff, as well as the Local Arrangements people can have a record of things they should be aware of/avoid. I will be glad to update the google doc and, when making those updates, also send a Word doc to the list.
I’m also attaching the CDICC agenda as a MS word document.
Stephanie L. Kerschbaum, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of English
Coordinator, UD Faculty Achievement Program
University of Delaware
320 Memorial Hall
Newark, DE 19716
Files may be accessed by clicking on the hyperlinks:
- CDICC Program Access Letter (Susan Naomi Bernstein, Dale Ireland) 2nd_draft_CCDIC_CCC_program_access_4c17 (1)
- Agenda 2017 CDICC Meeting: Agenda2017CDICCMeeting
- CCCC 2017 Portland Accessibility Notes: CCCC2017PortlandAccessibilityNotes