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January 2021

Coded Bias

January 28 @ 5:30 pm
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Coded Bias virtual documentary film screening (1h 30m) and panel discussion sponsored by UCSC’s Privacy Office and Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and sponsored by Digital Arts and New Media (DANM), Humanities Institute, Center for Racial Justice, Institute for Social Transformation, Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society and the Banatao Institute (CITRIS), Baskin Engineering, Data Science Research Center, Center for Innovations in teaching and learning (CITL), and the office of Campus Counsel. A virtual panel…

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Two Types of Boredom and the Adjustable Syllabus: Education for ADHD

January 29 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Sarah Stein Lubrano, pedagogy expert and author of the article "Living with ADHD, How I Learned to Make Distraction Work for Me" will speak about educating for neurodiversity, with a special focus on ADHD. She will discuss new research on attention and multiple types of boredom, and relate these findings to what educators can do to make learning more meaningful and more customized to students of all neurotypes. The lecture will include an interactive discussion and be followed by a…

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February 2021

Signs of Disability: Faculty, Accommodations, and Access at Work

February 19 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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While accommodation procedures for students are by now generally recognized and recognizable (although there is certainly still tremendous work to do on this front), the question of faculty accommodations is uncharted terrain on many college and university campuses. Using the concept of “signs of disability”—a means of making disability available for noticing and attention using a variety of embodied, environmental, and discursive practices—Dr. Stephanie Kerschbaum will describe some of the experiences and encounters that disabled faculty have shared in research…

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