Please note, some of this content was published prior to October 2022 and contains out of date language. The phrase “special needs” is no longer in current use on any of our platforms. We know that language is no substitute for action, but we hope this change will reflect our commitment to creating an inclusive environment for the communities we serve.
Using Design Examples in Arts Courses as On-Going Advocacy for Inclusion in Art and Design Teaching and Projects
ABLE Assembly Conference Session Materials
Design; Advocacy; Deaf Spaces; Universal Design
ABLE Arts Resource Center Terms
ABLE Arts Resource Center; ABLE Assembly; Deaf-Blindness; Hearing Impairment; Multiple Disabilities; Ableism; Accessibility; Disability Justice; Equity; Inclusion
Secondary File Notes
Documentation contains a transcript of the presentation. Zip file contains presentation slides, article, and documentation.
Goss, S. (2022). Using Design Examples in Arts Courses as On-Going Advocacy for Inclusion in Art and Design Teaching and Projects. Retrieved from https://remix.berklee.edu/able-assembly-conference/85