Learning Exchange: Accessibility & Inclusion

General Course Instructions

  • Before beginning your course, read through the description, the requirements and expectations
  • When you are ready, click on “Launch” to begin the course
  • To complete the course, you must cover the whole content of each lesson of the course.  For example, if the lesson is delivered on a video format, you must view the whole video.  If the lesson is delivered as a slide presentation, you must view all the slides
  • If you are registering to an event or in-person training, please disregard the online course instructions above

 


ACCESSIBILITY AND INCLUSION

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, museums throughout the United States have made efforts to improve the accessibility of their buildings and programs for visitors with disabilities. In fact, many Balboa Park institutions offer Accessibility and Inclusion-focused programming for Park guests. These programs can inspire and motivate us to advocate for changes within our own organizations.

This Learning Exchange program aims to inspire our audience to continue the dialogue regarding Inclusion and Accessibility to become advocates within their institutions.
In these three short presentations, our speakers from different organizations in Balboa Park talk about their efforts and the impact the changes have had on their organizations as well as themselves. 

By clicking on the Enroll button, you will have access to the three presentations listed below in the Courses panel.

 

 


   Minimum System Requirements

  • Browser: Latest versions - Firefox 35 or above, Chrome 40 or above, Safari 6 or above, Internet Explorer 9 or above
  • Operating System: Windows, Mac OS/X
  • Mobile: Android, iOS
Courses
Program Details
  • Period:
    23 Feb 2016 - 31 Mar 2018
  • Code:
    BPLI-02-2016-P001
  • Free