The Provost’s Office and the MacPherson Institute are pleased to introduce a new virtual panel series called Teaching Remotely: Shared Experiences. This series will bring together faculty, instructors and staff from across McMaster to share their experiences in developing and contributing to remote teaching.
We understand that there is a growing need to attend to accessible course design, content creation, and course delivery to support instructors in meeting the needs of students with disabilities, as well as students experiencing accessibility issues for potentially the first time, with the sudden and disruptive shift to online / virtual learning environments.
Join us for the fourth virtual panel to learn more about fostering increasingly accessible and disability-inclusive spaces in your classroom, with your teaching and within student learning communities.
You will have the opportunity to learn from each speaker about their experience and to participate in a live Q&A.
Our moderators are:
Kate Brown, Manager Accessibility Program-Equity and Inclusion Office
Jessica Blackwood, Accessible Digital Media Specialist-Faculty of Science
Our panelists are:
Allison Williams, Professor, School of Geography and Earth Sciences
Li Wang, Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesia
Anne Pottier, Associate University Librarian
Virtual Location: Zoom (link will be sent out after registration)