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Appendix B – Benefits reported in employment

Appendix B – Benefits reported in employment

Employment or work related:If so, please give examples. Things to consider could include ideas or techniques you have used in later coursework, value in getting a job, ideas or techniques you have used in a job, and influence on your career plans. (If you feel the material has not been valuable, please leave these responses blank.)
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As part of my graduate research position.
creating quality assurance checks for elearning development 
Definitely helped me land a job & do my job well
For future teaching
Getting a job in health IT designing for vulnerable populations 
How to teach with accessibility. 
I work at an organization that provides support for personalized learning and a major foundation of our framework is learning that is universally designed. In general for all my work: Design of presentations, handouts, anyting public-facing. Also in general as a researcher being aware and patient when it comes to working with participants that represent the populations we serve.
I’m working on an accessibility auditing contract.
In my current position, I work closely with our Academic Support Center to help support faculty with UDL best practices
lesson plans, student activities/involvmentt within a class
Making sure that the website is usable even just by navigating with the keyboard
My current job employs accessibility practices into its products
Techniques I used in a job
testing for color vision deficiencies, tagging
Testing web sites as they are being developed
Thinking about including more diverse audiences in recruiting
Understanding what Level AA accessibility is for my job.
UX design
Websites need to be ADA compliant
When I create introduction letters for camps that I teach each summer, I will use accessibility techniques like providing alternate text and describing URLs in the link, when applicable.
Working with an IBM consultant who had a visual impairment inspired my pursuit of a career at IBM

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