We are often quick to assume that technology has brought such flexibility and ease into the classroom that it has solved most accessibility challenges. Is is in fact fair to make this assumption or are there still significant concerns when it comes to accessibility and technology in the classroom?
The Master Arts in Educational Leadership and Management program has convened a panel of experts in the field from across Canada to dicuss the victories that have been achieved with regards to accessibility in educational tech, as well as the hurdles that should continue to challenge us.
Join us May 21 from 4 to 5.30pm (PDT) for a Livestream panel of guest speakers who will be questioning our assumptions and helping us set our sights on reenvigorated accessibility goals in our tech use in the classroom. Explore our panelists' rich and diverse bios.