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Date/Time View  Subscribe to RSS feed of current view. July 18, 2018
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Wednesday, July 18, 2018
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM Student Support/Center Computer Lab Hours
Summer Semester Computer Lab and Student Support Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8 am to 10 pm
Friday and Saturday: 8 am to 6 pm
Sunday: 1 pm to 6 pm
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM VISD Workshop
VISD Workshop
University North - (Multi Purpose Room - 114)
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Meeting - Financial Aid
Meeting with Lashon
University West - (Conference Room C - 285)
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM ACADEMIC COUNCIL
MEETING
University West - (Conference Room B - 127)
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM AHEAD Virtual Conference Opening Plenary
AHEAD Virtual Conference provides group viewing of virtual sessions offered from the Equity & Excellence: Access in Higher Education, AHEAD's 41st annual, international conference. On Inclusivity and Mental Health: Reconsidering Space and Time in Higher Education (Margaret Price, Ph.D., The Ohio State University) In AHEAD's opening plenary, Margaret Price draws upon 10 years of research to consider ways that mental health is included—and not included—in higher-education settings including classrooms, meeting spaces, and extracurricular activities. Price argues that “including” students (as well as employees) with mental health histories in higher education will mean more than simply offering extra supports. Instead, it will mean rethinking many of the structures and texts that we’ve come to rely upon in higher education, so that we are not merely including those with mental-health disabilities, but consistently expecting them. Price offers a means to this rethinking through her theories of “kairotic space” and “crip spacetime,” and also offers practical suggestions for how to implement those theories in the everyday life of higher education teaching and administration.
University West - (Conference Room A - 223)
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Accessibility Webinar for Computer Science, IT and Design Courses (AHEAD Virtual Conference)
AHEAD Virtual Conference provides group viewing of virtual sessions offered from the Equity & Excellence: Access in Higher Education, AHEAD's 41st annual, international conference. Presenters and participants come from diverse fields, including education, technology, law, scholarship, and government. Including Accessibility/Inclusive Design Topics in Computer Science and other IT and Design courses: A University of Washington Case Study (Sheryl Burgstahler, Ph.D., University of Washington) Learn about how accessibility topics can be integrated into your computing/IT course or how you can encourage faculty in these fields to include accessibility topics in their courses. Promising practices and resources will be shared. Efforts in these areas of application and outreach will result in a high-tech workforce that is fluent in these topics.
University West - (Conference Room A - 223)
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Conquer the New World of Voice Search
1908 N. Laurent St., Suite 400 Victoria Seating is limited. Do your customers know the best way to find you? Are you making the most of #voicesearch? Just when you think you’ve mastered SEO, along comes a new way to search for businesses like yours—and consumers are embracing it. Voice search is still in the early stages, but its growth means some big changes for your business website, social media and other online marketing content. And this is just one of many shifts taking place in the way small businesses market their goods and services. What are the best ways for you to find—and reach the right prospects—and how do they find you? What are the latest marketing challenges—and solutions? How do you keep up? You’ll learn all that and more in this webinar with small business expert Rieva Lesonsky. Register today at 361-485-4485, toll free at 1-877-895-7232 or email sbdc@uhv.edu Seminar may be canceled if minimum registration is not met.
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Student meeting-Paige Harris
Student meeting-Paige Harris
University West - (Conference Room B - 127)
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Accessibility Webinar on Universal Design in the Classroom (AHEAD Virtual Conference)
Encouraging Universal Design in the Classroom by Leveraging the Priorities of Faculty (Beth Ann Bryant-Richards, M.A., University of North Carolina Wilmington and Courtney Poland, B.S., University of North Carolina Wilmington) This session will explore the use of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) by faculty members in traditional face-to-face college classes. A review of the literature, an interview with an instructional designer, and a survey of faculty are the basis of this inquiry. The result of this research generated a short presentation aimed at faculty members with the goal of promoting their use of UDL in their classrooms.
University West - (Conference Room A - 223)
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM Accessibility Webinar on Online Learning Programs (AHEAD Virtual Conference)
AHEAD Virtual Conference provides group viewing of virtual sessions offered from the Equity & Excellence: Access in Higher Education, AHEAD's 41st annual, international conference. Presenters and participants come from diverse fields, including education, technology, law, scholarship, and government. Recipe for success: Baking Accessibility Into Your Online Learning Program (Kelly Hermann, University of Phoenix and Cyndi Rowland, Ph.D., Director WebAIM, Utah State University) Online learning has been growing by leaps and bounds across higher education over the past two decades. According to the 2015 Survey of Online Learning conducted by the Babson Survey Research Group, more than one in four students now takes at least one courses at a distance. That means it is very likely you have been asked to accommodate a student in an online course at your campus. At the same time, the federal government has been involved in many complaints and legal cases regarding the accessibility of online courses and educational technology used on campus. This has led to multiple resolution agreements that reference guidelines and standards, procurement and evaluation policies, and many other considerations. We’ll look at all of these considerations (and others!) and share how they fit together to build a comprehensive accessibility strategy that is baked in and not bolted on to your online learning program.
University West - (Conference Room A - 223)
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM De Leon Club meeting
De Leon Club of Victoria monthly meeting
University West - (Conference Room A - 223)

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