Accommodating Technology Community
The MSU Accommodating Technology Community (ATC) is one of several Communities for Advising, Facilitating, and Enabling (CAFEs) that provide advice to the Chief Information Officer of Information Technology Services.
The Accommodating Technology Community (ATC) is committed to enhancing accessibility at MSU. We explore ways by which educational tools can be rendered accessible to the entire University, regardless of specific abilities and disabilities. Members review and recommend universally designed teaching and learning tools with the vision that these choices will become available to students, staff, and faculty members throughout our campus.
ATC meetings are open to all members of the MSU community. In 2015-2016, the ATC will meet on the first and third Thursday of each month during the academic year from 1:00–2:30pm in 215 Computer Center, unless otherwise noted.
Fall 2015 Meetings
- October 15
- November 5
- November 19
- December 3
- December 17
Spring 2016 Meetings
- January 7
- January 21
- February 4
- February 18
- March 3
- March 17
- April 7
- April 21
- May 5
The ATC uses a Listserv to communicate with members. To join, follow this link or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include "SUBSCRIBE ATC-CAFE" in the body of the message. If you have difficulties signing up, please email email@example.com.
Minutes will be posted for 2015-2016 meetings after they are approved by the Committee.
In 2011, the ATC drafted an Open Letter on Digital Publishing intended to generate support for the use of accessible e-books at higher education institutions. Please read the letter and let us know if you're interested in being added as a signatory.
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