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Web accessibility in civil society: Persons with disabilities in today’s educational environments



Cyndi Rowland, Ph.D, Executive Director
WebAIM; National Center on Disability and Access to Education
Center for Persons with Disabilities
Utah State University

Tuesday, January 25, 2011


Today’s digital age has shifted traditional notions of how persons with disabilities are included in society. The principle of web accessibility will be explored in the context of educational environments. If we agree that individuals with disabilities should fully participate in today’s highly interactive and real-time online education, what does it mean for the institution? What does it mean for faculty? What does it mean for staff? A great deal of national and international attention is being paid to this topic. All of these themes will be explored during a public discussion sponsored by Dartmouth’s Institute for Security, Technology and Society.

Dr. Cyndi Rowland is the Executive Director of WebAIM and the Technology Director of the National Center on Disability and Access to Education, both housed at Utah State University.


Dr. Rowland's talk is also offered in support of the Dartmouth Centers Forum's 2010-11 theme, Speak Out | Listen Up!


Last Updated: 2/28/11