Thanks Sherri. This is something I can use as well. As we build
ours, I will provide feedback to you.
On Aug 18, 4:56 pm, Sheri steinke <sheri.stein...@gmail.com
> I put the material up on the site, under my name. Not really in the
> beginning stages, just trying to document and show a plan. We always have
> been doing this, but are trying to make more of a emphasis on the fact we
> are doing this by establishing the plan, plus having training. Let me know
> who the audience is and I can customize my current materials.
> On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 9:20 AM, Christine <cmull...@itcnetwork.org
> > Hi Sheri,
> > I have two thoughts, questions for you.
> > 1. I am putting the ITC Webinar schedule together and I have you on my
> > list of people to contact about doing a Webinar on Universal Design in
> > the spring. Do you think you could present then or are you just in
> > the beginning stages? It might be good to hear what you learn about
> > in this process.
> > 2. I would love to do a Quick Poll with ITC members on this. All I
> > need is a bunch of fairly simple-to-answer questions - multiple choice
> > style on what you are interested in learning. Our polls are
> > anonymous, but we could ask for a contact in case you want to follow
> > up with anyone who is doing some interesting things in universal
> > design.
> > Just send anything to cmull...@itcnetwork.org
and we can get this
> > going pretty quickly if you are interested. Then you can get feedback
> > from a bunch of ITC members. Chris.
> > On Aug 17, 12:26 pm, Sheri <sheri.stein...@gmail.com
> > > At the academy, I had mentioned that I am working on a Universal
> > > Design for Online Education Plan. I'd like to get some feedback on the
> > > plan and matrix project so I can begin to expand on it. I am certain
> > > that I have left out parts or need to modify others, but I'd like to
> > > hear from the group their thoughts too. Where can I post these
> > > documents in our Google group area to share, should it be under my
> > > name section or where? Thanks!
> Warm regards,
> Sheri Steinke
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