Summit on Accessible and Equitable Learning in a Quasi-Post-Pandemic World

Sponsored by Microsoft and the Center for 21st Century Universities

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Educators, administrators, and professional staff interested in issues of equity and access


Online - Zoom


September 26 (Half-Day)

October 3 (Half-Day)

October 4

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You're invited to attend the Summit on Accessible and Equitable Learning in a Quasi-Post-Pandemic World, sponsored by Microsoft and the Georgia Institute of Technology's Center for 21st Century Universities. This summit will explore how digital accessibility tools and best practices can be leveraged to address issues of access, equity, and inclusion from a universal design perspective.

- The summit will take place virtually over three days -

  • Sept. 26 - 11:00 a.m. ET to 3:15 p.m. ET

  • Oct. 3 - 11:00 a.m. ET to 3:45 p.m. ET

  • Oct. 4 - 11:00 a.m. ET to 1:30 p.m. ET

Attendees are welcome to attend all sessions on all three days, or whichever sessions work for their schedule. A detailed schedule will be provided for registrants in September.

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Topics will include, but are not limited to...

Accessible course design and quality personalized learning;

Education, awareness, resources, and support for faculty development;

Broadband and digital device access for all (take-home technology, and BYOD);

Technology’s role, today and in the future, in creating equitable learning environments.

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Speakers and Presenters

Hear from speakers and presenters from across the United States and Canada as they share their expertise in accessible design for learning and the role of technology in creating equitable environments for learners of all ages and stages of life.

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