Panel: Critical Populations

Nazely Kurkjian, Coordinator of  Disability & Nontraditional Student Services & SUNY System Electronic and Information Technologies (EIT) Accessibility Officer.


View Panel: Critical Populations – Meeting the Diverse Needs of All Learners

Gabriella Vasta, Coordinator of Access and Equity Services, SUNY Delhi.
Dr. Rhianna C. Rogers,
Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies (History and Anthropology), SUNY Empire State College.
Courtney D’Allaird
(They/Them/Theirs) is the Assistant Director, Coordinator of Gender & Sexuality Resource Center, University at Albany.
Ember Traino,
Coordinator for International Academic Programming, Herkimer College.

Tracks: Online Student Support, Online Admin/Leadership, Online Instructional Designer, Online Faculty, Plenary

DAY 3: Wednesday, February 24, 2021
9:00 – 10:30AM

Inclusive online education in the 21st century necessitates meeting the needs of a wide range of students – importantly, where students are. The pandemic has turned into a watershed moment for access. It reminds and propels us to think deeply about what a student-centered remote classroom looks like.

The panelists, representative of faculty and professionals across SUNY, intend to raise awareness and promote a collaborative model to empower marginalized student populations. They will offer various considerations and best practices to promote equity in online course design and delivery.

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