CaRCC Calls for May Accessibility Month

May is Accessibility Month, and your CaRCC People Network track coordinators have put together a program of topical discussions across the tracks. The Staff Workforce Development Interest Group is also inviting new participants ahead of their next call (see below)!

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People Network Calls

Open Community Discussion on Accessibility

During Data-Facing Track regular call time (1st Tuesdays)
Tue 5/2, 1p ET / 12p CT / 11a MT / 10a PT / 8a HT
Join for an introduction to the People Nework’s Accessibility Month series prior to group discussion. Participants will be invited to share the ways that they are thinking about and incorporating accessibility measures into their own resources. Discussion will include a Show&Tell of quick tips (so bring something you can share in 60 seconds or less!). The group will also brainstorm opportunities for enhanced accessibility for CaRCC activities.

Current Research on Accessible Computing

During Researcher-Facing Track regular call time(2nd Thursdays)
Thu 5/11, 1p ET / 12p CT / 11a MT / 10a PT / 8a HT
Dr. JooYoung Seo, Illinois iSchool
Dr. Seo will present on accessible computing, including: multimodal data representation (e.g., data sonification, data verbalization, and data tactilization), and inclusive and reproducible data visualization.

Introduction to Web Accessibility 

During Emerging Centers Track regular call time (3rd Wednesdays)
Wed 5/17, 12p ET / 11a CT / 10a MT / 9a PT / 7a HT
Lena Bohman is Data Management and Research Impact Librarian at Zucker School of Medicine. She received her BA from Brown University and MSLIS from University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. Her specialties in librarianship are data and digital humanities, and she has previously worked on a variety of public scholarship projects. She has a 10-pound terrier with a spunky personality named Kenzi.

Introduction to Universal Design

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