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Fall 2013 Disability Studies Undergrad class: DIS 397: Disability History and Culture: From Homer to Hip Hop

It is designated as a Writing Intensive focus class and is limited to 20 students per section. It will again be an online, asynchronous class, so available to anyone, anywhere, who signs up within the University of Hawaii parameters. See the last point (3 below). And even though it's an undergrad class, there is a way for grad students to take it.



Disability History and Culture: From Homer to Hip Hop

DIS 397: DISABILITY HISTORY AND CULTURE: FROM HOMER TO HIP HOP Spring 2013 (January 8-May 7, 2013) from the Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa



New Online Undergraduate Course from University of Hawaii Disability Studies Program: Creating Accessible Futures

This course is designed for undergraduate students in a variety of disciplines concerned with disability and diversity issues. The course is open to currently enrolled UH students and to non-UH students (via the UH Outreach College). This course will examine accessibility in technology and web based applications as well as the built environment. It will explore shared public spaces and innovative solutions for inclusive and sustainable community living at home, work, & play. Students examine how communities respond to the needs of people with disabilities using a policy and program planning framework. This is an asynchronous online class with an optional live class session available weekly on Tuesdays, 1:30pm - 3:00pm HST, August 22-December 5, 2012.

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