This is a recording of a NISE Network online brown-bag conversation held in 2012. This brown-bag conversation focuses specifically on NISE Net's Universal Design Guide for Public Programs, and provides examples of universal design in a few NISE Net programs
This is a recording of a NISE Network online brown-bag conversation held in 2013. This brown-bag conversation is a follow-up for those who participated in the Universal Design workshop held in July of 2013. Participants will explore what some institutions have done to make their educational programs more universally designed, and have a chance to discuss lessons learned as they implement universal design in their own institution.
Presented by: Anna Lindgren-Streicher of the Museum of Science, Boston and Scott Pattison of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
Hosted in July 2013 by the Museum of Science, Boston, the Universal Design of Educational Programs workshop was intended for museum educators who develop and conduct educational programs or train those who do. Invited workshop participants had a hands-on opportunity to apply NISE Net's universal design guidelines to a current NISE Net program and collect feedback on their progam from people with disabilities using the Team-Based Inquiry approach.
Included here are the powerpoint slides, handouts, and other resources from the workshop.