044: Josh Kaufman from Tufts University talks about Accessibility and Universal Design
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What is Universal Design and how can it assist us in better classroom planning and integration? What can we do for better Accessibility for students and faculty? Josh Kaufman, Multimedia Specialist, at Tufts University joins to discuss this important topic. He gives us three takeaways we can institute right now to improve the learning experience for those requiring added assistance. This is a personal one for me. Take a listen to find out why.
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