Follow Up Friday
Follow Up Friday: Media accessibility, posts you may have missed, and upcoming events
All October long, we are spotlighting National Disability Employment Month (NDEAM) events and Accessibility tips. To prepare you for Clemson Online’s upcoming Quick Hits with Chase Sanders on using Camtasia to create screen capture videos (see registration link below), check out our bundle of resources on how to make media you create or media that you share accessible for all. Be sure to click on “Media” to see the content we have ready for you.
Posts you may have missed:
What’s coming up?
Clemson NDEAM 2021 Events
- From Activism to the Academy: A History of Disability Studies
- Oct. 20th, 5:30 PM, Zoom
- Dr. Mullaney, Disability Rhetorics Professor for Clemson University, will present an introduction to the field of disability studies, which has gained a growing presence in college and university classrooms as well as disability cultural centers on a number of campuses. Through conversation, we will consider the emergence of disability studies in the past to chart its future.
- Lunch and Learn – Autism at Work: Taking an Organizational Perspective
- Oct. 27th, 12 PM, Zoom
- Dr. Tim Vogus, Professor of Management & Director of the Frist Center for Autism at Vanderbilt University, will offer insights from organizational research and practice in leading organizations regarding how to make organizations more inclusive of neurodiversity. There will be a specific focus on understanding and transforming organizational culture. He will also describe technologies being developed by the Frist Center for Autism and Innovation at Vanderbilt University that help build skills and overcome some of the barriers to identifying, hiring, and retaining a neurodiverse workforce.
Clemson Online Events
- Quick Hits: Screen Capture with Camtasia
- (Friday, October 21st from 12:30 pm – 1 pm, Zoom)
- Facilitated by Chase Sanders, Digital Learning Designer