This is a past event
, CHI Think Tank 1st floor
  • Registration Required
  • Open to the Public

A faculty, staff and student speaker panel will discuss digital accessibility, classroom respect, and inclusive practices with technology from instructor and student perspectives and provide a takeaway resource of examples from the classroom.

Registration is required. You may choose to attend in person or virtually via Zoom webinar. Please use the link to register, receive the Zoom meeting information and view more event details.  

If you have accessibility questions or requests, or other questions about the event, please contact Susan May.

Room open at 1 p.m. for refreshments and minglingSpeaker panel start time: 1:15 p.m.

Speaker panel members:Shannon Audley - Smith College Associate Professor of Education & Child Study;   Jo Cannon - Smith College Associate Director of Class, Event & Media Support;  Jeffers Engelhardt - Professor of Music;  Susan May - IT Accessibility Specialist;  Ariana Ravitch '24 - Center for Teaching & Learning Student Fellow;  Zoom webinar facilitator: Skye Myerson - Mount Holyoke Instructional Technologist for Quantitative Learning; 

Refreshments will be available, including vegan and gluten-free options. Please feel free to take food to go. 

Contact Info

Susan May
(413) 542-2153
Please call the college operator at 413-542-2000 or e-mail if you require contact info


in front of Wilson Admission Center and Kirby Theater on South Drive, listed in GPS apps as 220 and 200 S Pleasant Street
on-street parking on Woodside Avenue
metered parking on South Pleasant Street and the town center
on-street parking on Hitchcock Road

in the Alumni Gym parking lot and parallel parking in front of the Alumni Gym
beside and behind the Wilson Admission Center
in the Converse parking lot
in the Newport House parking lot
in the Scott and Smith House parking lots

There is one accessible parking space at the Lyceum building.
There are two accessible parking spaces near the Lyceum building at the Newport House building at 32 Northampton Road. A relatively flat, paved walkway connects the Newport House parking area with the Lyceum parking area and rear entrance. Both the Lyceum and Newport House parking areas are accessed by automobile from Woodside Avenue.