Digital Accessibility: Global Accessibility Awareness Day Challenge for Site Owners!

May 21st is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. To celebrate, we invite site owners to our first Accessibility Challenge: Make one (or more!) accessibility improvements to your website daily between May 5th and May 21st. This Lunch and Learn on May 5th will kick off the event with a refresh on the nuts-and-bolts of accessibility for the web. We will follow up through the next couple of weeks with more tips for shoring up the accessibility of your sites. Join the Zoom meeting using the link

Digital Accessibility Office Hours *NEW*

Have a question about digital accessibility? Want a person to show you what you need to do in real time? Visit our monthly office hours to get hands-on assistance with your websites, your documents, your social media, communications, and more. Learn how to use Siteimprove, or get a manual check on that flier you’re about to send to the printer. Let us refresh your memory on making your PDFs screen-readable. You get the idea.
No appointment necessary
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VIRTUAL: Building Community Through The Arts: A Virtual Dinner Discussion with Lee Ngo '05

In light of the need for campus exchanges on the cultures and history of Southeast Asia and students’ interest in learning about careers in the arts, the Asian American Cultural Center invites you to join our virtual dinner discussion with filmmaker Lee Ngo ‘05. Ngo will share his experience working in the Southeast Asian film industry and in co-founding a transnational media company that tells Southeast Asian stories with global sensibilities.

AACC Virtual Community Research Day

In place of our planned community research day, please join the AACC in hearing student presentations from Kevin Chen ‘21 and Evan Billups ‘20.
Evan will be presenting independent research that is part of her thesis titled “Chinese American Adoption in the Portland Public Schools Mandarin Immersion Program.”
Kevin will be presenting his work titled “We Can’t All Get Along”: Deconstructing Afro-Asian Antagonisms.

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