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Webinar Handout - Using Universal Design To Make Your Evaluation More Accessible To People With Disabilities and Other Vulnerable Populations 

08-04-2010 09:46

This is a handout to accompany the webinar. This handout has been made available in both PDF and MS Word. People with disabilities are everywhere - data from the 2000 Census indicate 1 in 5 Americans has a disability - so every evaluator is likely to encounter them as study participants, clients, stakeholders, or colleagues. In this session, Jennifer Sullivan Sulewski of the Institute for Community Inclusion (University of Massachusetts Boston) will provide some tips and tricks that evaluators can use to better include people with disabilities and other vulnerable populations (such as low literate or English language learners) in their work. The session will include an introduction to universal design (the concept of designing products or programs so that they are accessible to everyone) as well as some practical strategies and tools for making evaluations more inclusive at every stage.

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08-11-2010 12:29

Jennifer Sulewski also has a great blog post on aea365 Alerts on Using Universal Design to Make Your Evaluations More Inclusive at http://aea365.org/blog/?p=1345 and, for members only, the screencast and recording of the Coffee Break Webinar she did on Using Universal Design To Make Your Evaluation More Accessible To People With Disabilities and Other Vulnerable Populations may be accessed here http://bit.ly/SulewskiUDWeb but you will need to log in using your AEA username and password.