OED Workshop #5: Engaging Universal Design Concepts to Increase Access and Inclusion
Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: Garden Room Kirby Student Center (KSC)
Growing out of a movement to increase access for people with disabilities, the term "universal design" refers to the concept of designing products and environments to be as accessible as possible for all users. Whether it's captioning, gender neutral restrooms, curb cuts or inclusive language, the work of equity and diversity involves paying attention to how we design our classrooms, labs, offices, residence halls, work, curricula, and events to be as welcoming and inclusive as possible. In this workshop, participants learn key concepts of universal design and are given opportunities to assess the inclusivity of their own spaces, products, and communities.
Facilitating the workshop will be Anne Phibbs from the Office of Equity and Diversity, Twin Cities Campus
This session will be held in the Garden Room, (Room 326 KSC) and is open to all Faculty and Staff.
- Name: Deb Herstad
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 218-726-7202
- Sponsored by: Duluth-Human Resources
To request disability accommodations, please contact Deb Herstad, UMD Human Resouces & Equal Opportunity at 218-726-7202 or email@example.com.