Tag Archives: accessibility

Practice Makes Progress: Digital accessibility and moving toward a more inclusive campus

A quotation by Nate Evans, the author of this blog post. He says, "... there isn't a playbook for 'how to do accessibility' at an institution like MSU, or any other college or university for that matter." Quote used to showcase the ambiguous notion of accessibility and the perceived lack of guidance.

by Nate Evans

The Impossible: No Playbook

At this university, a dedicated group of faculty, curriculum and learning designers, software developers, communicators, and administrators achieved the impossible for the second year in a row. And they will do it again next year. Just a heads up: they may be looking for your help.

Building Disability Empathy

Building Disability Empathy
James Jackson explores how cultivating simple, personal interactions can allow us to see disability from a more personal, empathetic lens.
By James Jackson, EIT Accessibility Coordinator

A few months ago, I was given the opportunity to participate in an Ask Me Anything event on the Knowledge Commons platform,

006 “Accessibility” (Hubcast Episode)

On this week’s episode, we follow a conversation facilitated by Shell Little with the Accessibility Team in Will’s House. During the conversation, the team describes its role within Michigan State University IT, how they advocate for students with disabilities, and makes the case that Accessibility and Inclusion are critical to driving innovation forward.