Date: 
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Time: 
2:15pm to 3:30pm
Location: 
Gosnell Auditorium, A-300
Panelists: 

Panelists: Karen Beiter, Instructional/Support Faculty Information and Computing Studies; Ann Hager, Instructional/Support Faculty, Business Studies; Ann Marie Kuntz, Manager, Real-Time Captioning and Notetaking Services, Department Of Access Services; Steve Nelson, Director of Operations, Department of Access Services.

Provides an overview of information and resources that assist instructors with classroom teaching strategies that foster collaborative learning among deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing students. A panel discussion will inform new faculty about the key roles and resources to support student success in the classroom. Panelists include RIT and NTID faculty and staff from Access Services and Academic Services, all of whom will provide recommendations to help make instruction more accessible for the deaf/hard-of-hearing student. Panelists will share the roles and expectations of key players in the classroom learning environment (student, faculty, interpreters, captionist, notetaker, etc.) and will share key campus resources for both faculty and students.