Webinars

 

Below are recordings of past webinars created by Project ENABLE.  These web conference recordings are completely free.  Transcripts are available for each webinar.

 

 

 

Supporting K-12 School Librarians to Provide Inclusive Programs and Services for Students with Disabilities, Part 2: Awareness, Collaboration, and School-wide Buy-in of Inclusive Practices

 

Presented May 1, 2015

 

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This webinar, "Awareness, Collaboration, and School-wide Buy-in of Inclusive Practices", will present strategies for: 1) District-wide disability awareness raising, 2) General and special education teacher collaboration, 3) Developing inclusive library collections, 4) Applying Universal Design for Learning in library programs and services, and 5) Creating buy-in for the adoption of Universal Design principles, assistive technologies, and creating more inclusive library spaces.

 

The webinar was moderated by William Myhill, Project ENABLE co-director, and presented by Demetria Graham, Technology Support and Training Coordinator, Glendale Union High School District, Glendale, AZ, Kay E. Hones, Teacher-Librarian, San Francisco Unified District, San Francisco, CA, and Amy Rusk, Teacher-Librarian, Tucson Magnet High School, Tucson, AZ.

 

 

 

 

 

Supporting Public and Academic Librarians to Provide Inclusive Programs and Services for All Patrons with Disabilities, Part 1: Central Issues and Strategies for Public and Academic Librarians to Provide Inclusive Services

Presented on December 12th, 2014

 

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This webinar, "Central Issues and Strategies for Public and Academic Librarians to Provide Inclusive Services," will address the issues of: 1) Identifying the library needs of diverse patrons with disabilities, 2) Evaluating library accessibility, 3) Developing inclusive library collections, 4) Applying Universal Design principles and Universal Design for Learning strategies to library programs and services, and 5) Selecting and Using Assistive Technologies.

 

The webinar is moderated by William Myhill, Project ENABLE co-director, and presented by Adina Mulliken, Assistant Professor and Social Work librarian, CUNY Hunter College, Mark Allnatt, Onondaga Public Library STAR Program, Dan Weiss, Director, Fanwood (NJ) Memorial Library, and Meg Kolaya, Director, Scotch Plains (NJ) Public Library.

 

 

 

Supporting K-12 School Librarians to Provide Inclusive Programs and Services for Students with Disabilities, Part 1: Project ENABLE School Librarians Present Their Experiences Serving Children with Disabilities

Presented on December 12th, 2014

 

Web conference recording 
Transcript of Session
Transcript of Session [TXT]

 

This webinar, "Project ENABLE School Librarians Present Their Experiences Serving Children with Disabilities," will address the issues of: 1) Identifying the library needs of diverse students with disabilities, 2) Evaluating school library accessibility, 3) Developing inclusive library collections, 4) Applying Universal Design principles and Universal Design for Learning strategies to library programs and services, and 5) Providing innovative, promising and model practices for school library inclusiveness.

 

The webinar is moderated by William Myhill, Project ENABLE co-director, and presented by Kendra Allen, School Library Media Coordinator, Holly Grove Middle School, Holly Springs, NC; Linda Houck, teacher-librarian, Wilson School District, West Lawn, PA, and Sean Fallon, teacher-librarian, Upper Deerfield School District, Cumberland County, NJ.

 

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