How to Create More Accessibly Inclusive Spaces
Accessibility continues to evolve to include non-physical spaces such as education, curriculum, governance and employment, and is increasingly being applied to a larger spectrum of individuals.
This discussion seeks to explore the cross-sectional culture of accessibility with a panel of guests who provide unique perspectives from personal, lived experiences.
Dr. Alissa Overend
Dr. Alissa Overend is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology and the coordinator for the gender studies minor. Alissa teaches and researches in the areas of critical health and food studies as well as intersectional inequality. Alissa is currently working on a project that seeks to assess faculty attitudes towards Universal Design for Learning (UDL) strategies, and is finishing up a book project on Dietary Discourse in a Post-Truth Culture.
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Office of Human Rights, Diversity and Equity (OHRDE)
Bachelor of Arts | Sociology
November 26, 2019
Robbins Health Learning Centre10910 – 104 AvenueEdmonton, AB