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  1. October 27, 2018, at the SUNY Oswego Syracuse Campus (2 S Clinton St, Syracuse, NY 13202) Employers are increasingly expecting recent design graduates to know and apply principles of accessibility in the workplace, while colleges and universities are under pressure to be more inclusive. Inclusive design is a familiar term to design educators, but many faculty professionals and academics remain unsure about to embed inclusive practices into their courses and assignments. This one-day symposium will explore how to address these emerging issues in our teaching. We encourage all participants
  2. On Saturday, April 14, 2018, Design Incubation and AIGA/NY hosted a panel discussion and workshop titled, Designing for and Teaching Accessibility. Guest speakers included Elizabeth Guffey, professor of Art History at SUNY Purchase, and author of Designing Disability: Symbols, Spaces and Society (Bloomsbury, 2017); Bo Campbell, Interaction Designer and Accessibility Design Lead at IBM; Neil Ward, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Drake University; and Liz Jackson, founder of Girl with the Purple Cane and the Inclusive Design Network. You can access a draft of the Accessibility Guid
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