equitable access on Blogging against Disablism Day

May 1, 2009
Tags: ablism, , disablism

To be honest, I don’t get it. Mostly because ablism and disablism are sort of the same things. Anyway, that’s just me who gets borked by works. You can read more at Diary of a Goldfish: Blogging Against Disablism Day – 1st May 2006. I have very little to do with the disability community aside […]

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Access Denied

August 6, 2008

Access Denied In a discrimination case that is still crawling through the Louisiana court system after seven years, McNeese State University’s president has asserted that it is not a “high priority” for disabled students to access the university’s student union. The case, which stems from a 2001 accident, was brought by a student who — […]

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Dipity Timelines

July 29, 2008

Jen just sent me to Dipity. “Dipity is the easiest way to make and share interactive timelines about the people and things you care about.” And it looks like an amazing tool for creating public timelines on topics in a collaborative manner. I’m trying to imagine how I’ll use it in my classes, but if […]

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