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  1. Accessing Higher Ground 2010 Begin Presentation Go to Accessibility Instructions

  2. Resources for Universal Design in Higher Education - Including All Students

  3. Presented byAura M. Hirschman, MS, CRCMelissa Lemke, MSRoger O. Smith, OT, Ph.D., FAOTA, Fellow RESNAand theACCESS-ed Project and UDITEACH Project Teams The ACCESS-ed Project was and now the UD ITEACH Project is supported in part by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Post-secondary Education, PR/Awards #P333A050090 and # P333A080071, respectively. The opinions contained in this publication are those of the grantees and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Department of Education.

  4. Background • The A3 Conceptual Model - How campuses serve the needs of students with disabilities (Smith, Edyburn and Schwanke) • The UW System White Paper • The ACCESS-ed Project – A Demonstration Project to Ensure that Students With Disabilities Receive a Quality Higher Education • Project Impact • The UD ITEACH Project

  5. The A3 Model • Advocacy • Accommodation • Accessibility Conceptual model for how organizations address the needs of people with disabilities

  6. A3 Model

  7. In What Stage? Drumroll when the bar moves to the right

  8. Project Overview – What’s It All About? DARCs – Bottom up and Top down approach Tools and Resourceson the Web Replication Measurement Research

  9. Presenter Options, Including Universal Access Features • The “speaker notes” function in PowerPoint is used as a universal access feature. • The speaker notes contain text descriptions of the graphics, because it was not feasible to do this with PowerPoint’s ALT text function to provide access for people with disabilities, including vision and cognitive impairments. • The notes can also be used to prepare a presenter for delivering the slides. • Where graphics repeat, the descriptions for graphics only describe what has changed from the previous slide. • Unfortunately, current versions of the free PowerPoint Viewer do not support “speaker notes.”

  10. Presenter Options – Viewing Speaker Notes • Using the “Slide Show” view • In Windows, right click on the slide in use or use the context key to bring up the menu, and then select “speaker notes” • On a Mac, using Ctrl + Click on the slide and select “speakers notes” from the menu. • The notes can also be seen as a part of the “Normal” view or directly by using the “Notes Page” view. • When in “Normal” view, F6 can be used to switch between the slide, notes, and outline panes respectively. Go back to the opening presentation slide