Accessibility Ally Program

AEC’s Accessibility Ally program is an opportunity for interested faculty and staff to increase awareness related to disability and develop skills and knowledge to act as an ally for accessibility and inclusion of students with disabilities. Our mission is to create a network of allies committed to eliminating the attitudinal, physical, and curricular barriers experienced by students with disabilities at the University of Oregon. 

There are two components of the Accessibility Ally Program: 

  1. Live Workshop - remote via Zoom, two parts, offered once per term
  2. Online Module - available anytime through MyTrack

Workshop topics include conceptualizations of disability, disability identities, disability history, disability representation, ableist language and microaggressions against people with disabilities, and universal design. The Online Module is designed for instructors, but open to all employees, and covers topics including disability and higher education, legal foundations, universal design, typical barriers and accommodations, instructor responsibilities, and AEC processes. 

Upcoming Live Workshop Sessions - Spring 2021

  • Part 1: Friday, May 28th from 1-3pm

  • Part 2: Friday, June 4th from 1-3pm

Sign Up for the Live Workshop Sessions!

If you are not available on those dates, please let us know that you would like to be notified about future live workshop dates.