Jessica Lemond, Brittnay Stahl, Parisa Ghaderi, and Daniel Trego
In this conversation, we share the story of a faculty member and her journey of developing accessible materials in a graphic design course. In reflecting on this experience and including student and faculty voices, we want to highlight two major takeaways: 1) accessibility is really a team effort that benefits from differently situated perspectives (e.g. student, faculty, staff, etc.); and 2) the role of learning goals in accessibility. This conversation also illustrates the need for greater access to accessibility support for instructors, and the role that students have in contributing to this support.