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Feb 24 2016
Educause article about lessons from UC Berkeley's team in implementing accessibility across campus: Implementing an Accessibility Policy: An Insider's Guide Abstract:
Jan 15 2016
Perspectives in Assistive Technology is a Winter Quarter Stanford course - now in its tenth year - that explores the design, development, and use of assistive technology that benefits people with disabilities and older adults.  The schedule consists of semi-weekly classroom discussions; lectures by...
Jan 15 2016
Designing and Teaching Courses for All Learners is a free 6-week professional development course available that will help you gain a better understanding of accessibility as a civil rights issue and develop the knowledge and skills you need to design learning experiences that promote inclusive...
Aug 24 2015
Members of the Stanford community have access to Lynda.com courses free of charge, using a SUNet id to login. Read more about how this excellent service works by visiting: https://itservices.stanford.edu/lynda. Since new Lynda courses are launched regularly, what is included here is a snapshot in...
Jul 24 2015
Stanford is pleased to announce its participation in a new initiative, Teaching Accessibility. We are joining together with a number of technology companies, accessibility advocates and other universities to promote the principle that because technology is so important to our society, it should be...