Accessible Journeys from College Disability Services

Emerging trends in 2024 student accessibility services

With new and evolving technologies, we're seeing a shift in student accessibility support. That's why we're joined by disability professionals from Kansas City Kansas Community College, Mid-America Nazarene University and East Carolina University to share their thoughts on emerging trends within student accessibility services. 

8th May 2024, 12:00PM (US Eastern Time)

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With new and evolving technologies, disability professionals are seeing shifts in how they provide student accessibility support. As we look ahead, it's important to stay on top of emerging trends.

That's why we're joined by:

  • Robert Lee Beach, AT Specialist at the Student Accessibility & Support Services department, Kansas City Kansas Community College
  • Paul Harwell, Ph.D, Director of Disability Support Services, East Carolina University
  • Kay Hall, Coordinator for Student Academic Success, Mid-America Nazarene University

With years of experience in assistive technology, the panel will share their insights into emerging trends transforming student accessibility support.

During this session, we'll explore:

  • Emerging assistive technologies and their impact on supporting diverse student needs.
  • The opportunities and challenges remote learning presents for disability support services.
  • How the shift toward Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles influences campus-wide accessibility efforts.
  • Collaborations between disability offices and faculty to build inclusive learning experiences.
  • And much more!

Following the webinar, you'll get access to the full recording to watch the session back and a copy of the slide deck sent straight to your inbox!

Our panel

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Robert Lee Beach

AT Specialist

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Paul Harwell, Ph.D.

Director of Disability Support Services

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Kay Hall

Coordinator for Student Academic Success

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