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Accessibility Series - Spring 2014

Sponsored by SUNY Center for Professional Development (CPD), the UB Office of Accessibility Resources, and the Teaching & Learning Center.


This webinar series on accessibility will focus on making course content accessible, which is a critical focus at every campus given SUNY's expanding online presence. These sessions focus on Buffalo State's efforts at engaging and promoting accessibility of course materials.

Presenters: Meghan Pereira, Senior Instructional Designer, Buffalo State, Ginger Bidell, Instructional Designer, Buffalo State and Sumana Silverheels, Technology Accommodations Coordinator for Disability Services, Buffalo State.

Webinars take place from 10-11 am.
Live stream viewing: Teaching & Learning Center Conference Room, 212-A Capen Hall (inside the Oscar A. Silverman Library)
(To view from your own location, please see the CPD website External Site Link Icon .)


Accessible Apps for College Students
Fri. 4/18 from 3 - 4:30 pm
235 Capen Hall (CSLCE Learning Lab)

Accessibility Resources staff will examine and demonstrate a series of accessible apps that would benefit all college students. Most of the apps demonstrated will be iOS apps (Apple), but we will list a number of Android or Third-Party alternatives that are available in multiple platforms. AR will demonstrate the capabilities of an app from each of the following categories:

Spring 2014 Student Reminders

Universal Design Yoga - Spring 2014

Free yoga classes designed and taught to be safe, welcoming, fun and relaxing! Yoga can help decrease stress, improve sleep, and increase focus and attention. All students are invited to participate. Visit our yoga page for more information.

Note Takers Needed for Students with Disabilities

If your professor makes an announcement that a note taker is needed in one of your courses and you would like to volunteer, please stop by or contact the office to learn more. Student note takers who are eligible receive a stipend of $25 per credit hour at the end of the semester, usually $75. Note takers are required to make copies of their notes to share with a student with a disability. Accessibility Resources coordinates the photocopying and/or scanning of the notes at no cost to the note taker.

Tips Crosshatch

Tips to Make UB a More Inclusive Community

Sponsored by Wellness Education Services & Accessibility Resources

Access to Technology

Important information for all members of the UB community: 2013 enforcement efforts through litigation and enforcement by the Departments of Justice and Education have created a consistent legal standard for access to instruction mediated by information and communications technology. The following information provides information regarding issues related to campus wide access to technology:

  • Access to Technology Presentation by Salome Heyward, Esq. Power Point Slides - PDF (196KB)
  • 2014 Roadmap to Web Accessibility in Higher Education, White Paper by 3PlayMedia - PDF (2.6MB)
Accessibility Resources | 25 Capen Hall | University at Buffalo | Buffalo, NY 14260-1632 | Tel: (716) 645-2608 | TTY: (716) 645-2616 | Fax: (716) 645-3116 | Director: Randall Borst | E-Mail Us