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people apparently doing yogaThe March 16 workshop “Supporting Human-Centered Design” is the third in the online series “It’s Accessible, but is it Inclusive?”

Human-centred design focus of workshop

Ideally, built environments should facilitate everyone’s ability to function, but there is often a disconnect between principle and practice, says Veronika Mogyorody.

Professor emeritus in the School of Creative Arts and founder of the interdisciplinary Visual Arts and the Built Environment program, she will examine strategies in the planning and implementation of universal design in an online presentation Tuesday, March 16.

“Supporting Human-Centered Design” is the third in a weekly series of Accessibility Awareness Day events presented each Tuesday in March by the Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility.

The series, on the theme “It’s Accessible, but is it Inclusive?” will continue:

  • March 23, “Accessible Online Education During the Pandemic and Beyond”
  • March 30, “Keynote Address: Inclusion has to be Purposeful”
Find more information, including session registration, on the Accessibility Awareness Day website.