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Create Life - Progress is Outstanding! 

Good afternoon Friends! It is time to talk about progress. I am always excited about sharing what is happening with the Create Life Project!

ACCESS: I mentioned last week that I completed the paperwork for becoming a Minority /Women Owned Business Enterprise and I should have my certificate delivered this week. 628 more words


H.R. 7--The "Reproductive Healthcare Exists in an Icky Vacuum, Make it Go Away" Act of 2017

Here is the full list of items to be considered this week, the week of January 23rd, by the U.S. House of Representatives.

And here is one of the week’s highlights. 633 more words


Are Your Courses Accessible?

Courses can be inaccessible to students because of disabilities, but sometimes they’re inaccessible for less obvious reasons. Disabled students don’t always seek accommodations from the Disability Resource Center (DRC), and sometimes the accommodation requests that we receive aren’t applicable to the curriculum. 490 more words

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Looking for practical strategies to make your classroom more accessible this semester? This is a short post I wrote for my university about starting your semester with accessibility in mind.

Mobilities of Knowledge on open access

Way back in the far-away-world of 2010 I was invited to attend the tenth of a series of symposia on Knowledge and Space sponsored by the Klaus Tschira Stiftung in the Studio Villa Bosch, Heidelberg. 499 more words

First Person


For this week’s readings, I began to examine my own connectedness and my personal use of technology both within my classroom and outside of it. I didn’t expect to do such a self-evaluation until the interlude in Networked: The New Social Operating System began to analyze a day in the life of an average hyperconnected technology user. 363 more words