Teaching and Outreach
In the Classroom and Beyond
Every year, Accessible Technologies conducts a number of one-time classroom lectures for graduate and upper-level undergraduate students. In addition to lectures, Teaching and Outreach has worked with a variety of outreach programs that demonstrate assistive technologies for people with disabilities in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Through Networked Learning Initiatives, we also offer professional development for faculty, staff and graduate students on accessibility in the classroom. Participants will gain knowledge of tools and techniques for creating accessible instructional materials/activities, as well as the practical experience necessary to design and create accessible and inclusive learning environments. For details about specific times for upcoming professional development opportunities, view our workshop schedule.
Training, Research and Consulting Support
For faculty and staff seeking assistive technologies classroom instruction, research support for Section 508 or W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) compliance, or consulting services, please contact the Director of Assistive Technologies and Universal Design at (540) 231-2236 or email@example.com.