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Disability & Access - Shared screen with speaker view
Stevie Bell
45:34
Britt sends her apologies! She's lost her connection to the Internet
Elise (they/them)
58:06
I'm curious how Rachael and Samia see their papers working together -- do you see disclosure as part of creating comfortability?
Holly Salmon
59:08
not a question but I've really appreciated hearing about all of your research and findings. We are already having conversations about what we need to integrate in our own centre.
Elise (they/them)
01:00:18
And on a similar note, for Kate, what would a disability focused design take be on the ways tutors/consultants can disclose?
Helen Friesen
01:01:44
Well done on your research. That is great that you were able to do the research in your Writing Centre.
Elise (they/them)
01:02:35
(I'm nodding emphatically as you answer, Kate!)
Elise (they/them)
01:04:12
THank you!
Julia Lane - she | elle
01:05:16
I appreciated the way you were thinking, Rachael, about disclosure as perhaps less “drastic" - it can be about sharing of information that doesn't have to be overly sensitive or private. I think that this could be connected to Kate's thinking about emergency and emergency/crisis approaches to disability.
Logan Huard - Sask Polytech
01:05:50
I work a lot with accessibility students, I disclose that I have gone through academia with visual limitations. I like to note that my experience is not exactly comparable but that I have some similar experiences. It so far has been very successful.
Elise (they/them)
01:05:52
I like that, Julia
Julia Lane - she | elle
01:06:10
I guess this is about normalizing - about recognizing that it is entirely normal for us to have experiences and identities that we share with one another
Elise (they/them)
01:08:42
I have to leave, but I appreciated all your papers and responses so far! Thank you 🙂
Julia Lane - she | elle
01:08:52
it wasn't really a question...
Julia Lane - she | elle
01:08:58
so fair not to know how to answer it. haha
janwaldschutz
01:09:11
Survey questions can be really tough to write in a way that provides meaningful answers. I'm wondering if you would be comfortable sharing your survey questions.
Logan Middleton (he/him)
01:09:52
Have to run; thanks so much, Rachael, Kate, and Samia!
Helen Friesen
01:10:14
Julia I really like your idea of starting with ability rather than deficit. Asking the students: What do you like about your paper instead of what problem do you want to work on?
Susan (she/her) Academic Skills
01:10:29
Thank you - very thought provoking presentations.
Tara Corman
01:10:33
Thank you all!
Hidy Basta (she/her)
01:10:39
Thank you!!
Helen Friesen
01:10:39
Thank you very much.
Julia Lane - she | elle
01:10:50
YES! What makes you a good writer - what are the parts you feel confident about? - what are you interested in about this course? - where are the connections you see
Natalie Nelson
01:10:58
Thank you Kate, Rachael, and Samia. Great session!
Julia Lane - she | elle
01:11:01
so many ways to start from that approach, and yet we usually don't ;)
Stevie Bell
01:11:14
stepbell@yorku.ca
Helen Friesen
01:11:14
Great ideas
Sohaib Al-Kamal
01:11:14
Thank you all for the great sessions.
Julia Lane - she | elle
01:11:20
thank you everyone. this was great!
Matthew Zhang (he/him)
01:11:20
Thanks everyone!