Documentation:CTLT/Accessibility and Inclusivity Toolkit for Facilitators
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The CTLT strives to host inclusive events and services where all attendees are provided an opportunity for meaningful and full participation. To this end, facilitators are asked to consider the following recommendations around culturally and linguistically considerate communication and accessibility when designing presentations and presenting at CTLT events.
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- 1 General Tips
- 2 Use of Language
- 3 Cultural Considerations
- 4 Territorial Acknowledgements
- 5 Gender Inclusivity
- 6 Effective Communication
- 7 Slides and PowerPoints Presentations
- 8 Spoken and Audio Presentations
- 9 Poster Presentations
- 10 Handouts
- 11 CTLT Support
- 12 Additional Resources
- 13 Checklist
- 14 About This Toolkit
- Assume and address a diverse audience with multiple, intersecting identities, including differences in ability, race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, age, position, and more.
- Utilize the principles of Universal Design for Learning and Universal Design to increase accessibility.
- Recognize that we all have implicit biases. Try to develop an awareness of your own and adjust for them accordingly.
Use of Language
Slides and PowerPoints Presentations
Spoken and Audio Presentations
- Presenter Guidelines: Accessibility and Inclusion (by AUCD): https://www.aucd.org/conference/index.cfm/presenter-guidelines-accessibility--inclusion2016#ppts
- POD conference guidelines on accessibility and inclusivity: https://podnetwork.org/content/uploads/2018-POD-Inclusivity-and-Accessibility-Recommendations.pdf
- Make your PowerPoint presentations accessible to people with disabilities (by Microsoft): https://support.office.com/en-us/article/make-your-powerpoint-presentations-accessible-to-people-with-disabilities-6f7772b2-2f33-4bd2-8ca7-dae3b2b3ef25?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US#PickTab=Windows
- OER Accessibility Toolkit: https://open.ubc.ca/teach/oer-accessibility-toolkit/
- How to Make Your Presentations Accessible to All (WAI): https://www.w3.org/WAI/teach-advocate/accessible-presentations/#during-the-presentation-speakers
About This Toolkit
This toolkit was adapted....