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Join the Core Instructional Technologies Interest Group to discuss your experiences with accessibility and instructional technologies. How do you ensure technology tools are accessible? What are some lessons learned? Share and learn from colleagues as we dive into this topic on November 8-9. Participate by answering the questions or read other’s responses.
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During this discussion, attendees will:
- explore the impact of accessibility on instructional technologies;
- discover accessibility resources; and
- consider how instructional technologies and accessibility relate.
Who Should Attend
Librarians, library school students, or anyone interested in learning more about how instructional technologies and accessibility intersect.
Melissa Johnson is currently an Instructional Design Librarian at the Business Library, part of SMU Libraries, located in the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University, Melissa holds a MS in Library Science and a MS in Learning Technologies. Her professional interests are instructional design and emerging technologies and her tag line, "Nerd by nature; Librarian by choice" helps sum up her personality.
Breanne Kirsch is a University Librarian at Briar Cliff University in Sioux City, Iowa. In addition to her MLIS, Bree has a masters in educational technology and is currently working on a doctorate in instructional design and technology. Her current research interests include instructional technologies and universal design for learning.
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