What do you think when you encounter these terms?
Join us to discuss these topics and more on Friday, July 9. Learn how L&D Professionals can create learning experiences that are accessible to all and where everyone belongs.
Everyone has a seat at the table at our Accessibility & Inclusive Design Conference.
Amy Lomellini is an instructional designer at Molloy College. She provides individual instructional design consultations and facilitates faculty development initiatives to promote high-quality web-enhanced, hybrid, and online learning experiences. She is also a doctoral student in Boise State University’s Educational Technology program.
Elizabeth is a Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Specialist for Dekalb County School District. She teaches and provides support to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students (PreK - 12th grade). She is also known as an Itinerant Teacher or the "traveling teacher", traveling to different schools throughout the day working with various students.
Anja is a multi-talented professional with nearly 15 years of experience in key business areas, including sales, marketing, communication, operations, program management, human resources, and recruiting.
Kayleen Holt is a Learning and development leader with 25 years of experience in education, instructional design, and project management, including more than 13 years supporting federal government customers.
Sheri Byrne-Haber is a prominent global subject matter expert in the fields of disability and accessibility in the business and educational settings. Her programs have positively impacted millions of the more than 1 billion global people with disabilities.
Diane Elkins is the co-owner of E-Learning Uncovered, which provides training and resources to e-learning developers, and Artisan E-Learning, a custom e-learning development company specializing in Articulate Storyline.
Brian Dusablon is an entrepreneur, coach, and generalist who has worked in the elearning industry for over 20 years as a trainer, developer, instructional designer, LMS administrator, project manager, and consultant.
Gwen Navarrete Klapperich, M.Ed., CPTD® is Chief Learning Consultant of Klapperich International Training Associates (KITA) LLC, a talent development consulting firm.
Susi is an industry leading expert on accessible learning design and provide a range of services to support eLearning professionals with their accessibility needs.