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2024 Teach Access Faculty Fellowship Program

by Library News on 2024-02-05T09:45:02-08:00 | 0 Comments

Cal State East Bay University Libraries is pleased to announce that Daisy Muralles has been accepted to the 2024 Teach Access Faculty Fellowship Program. Past Cal State East Bay fellows from the Spring 2023 pilot program cohort include Brittany Butler (University Libraries), and Shubha Kashniath (Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences).

The Teach Access Fellowship Program engages educators and administrators to create purposeful communities of action for teaching accessibility and advocating for it. Fellows are supported in learning how accessibility informs their practice, in teaching about it to others, and in strategizing for embedding it into the curriculum. Fellows learn from leading experts in accessibility and inclusion, develop and implement innovative approaches to teaching accessibility in their course(s), and collaborate with other educators to further advocacy, support, and work for teaching accessibility.

About Teach Access: Teach Access, a national nonprofit, is an active collaboration among education, industry, government, and disability advocacy organizations to address the critical need to enhance students’ understanding of digital accessibility as they learn to design, develop, and build new technologies with the needs of people with disabilities in mind. Teach Access envisions a fully accessible future in which students are equipped to enter the workforce with knowledge of, and skills in, the principles of accessible design and development and the needs of people with disabilities, which results in technology products and services that are born accessible.

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