Vote for Your Preferred Sessions for the AHEAD 2017 Virtual Conference

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Help us determine the agenda for the AHEAD Virtual Conference by selecting the sessions you would most like to see included. Please do not fill out this survey if you are attending the conference in person in Orlando.
Wednesday, July 19
1. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 1 breakouts: (Wednesday - 11:00 am - 12:30 pm).

Descriptions of block 1 sessions (off-site link)
1. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 1 breakouts: (Wednesday - 11:00 am - 12:30 pm). Descriptions of block 1 sessions (off-site link)123
It Takes a Team: Building Capacity for Web Accessibility
Transforming Accessibility: Addressing the Impact of Trauma
Accommodations to support access and success of students with intellectual disability
Accommodating Online Learning: Much More Than Captions
Investigating the ADA Complaint
Ethical Compliance: Taking Responsibility for Equity in Disability Services
The Evolving Challenge of Accommodating Service and Assistance Animals on Campus
The Intersection of ASD and Mental Health: Developing Campus Partnerships
2. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 2 breakouts: (Wednesday - 2:00 - 3:00 pm).

Descriptions of block 2 sessions (off-site link)
2. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 2 breakouts: (Wednesday - 2:00 - 3:00 pm). Descriptions of block 2 sessions (off-site link)123
Developing a Procurement Policy – From Soup to Nuts
It Takes a Village: Creating campus partnerships
Shattering the Stigma of Mental Illness Disabilities on College Campuses
Experience the Impact of Academic Coaching
Determining Accommodations for Lab and Clinical Component of Allied Health Programs
Accommodating Students with Visual Impairments
Notes No More
Thursday, July 20
3. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 3 breakouts: (Thursday, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm).

Descriptions of block 3 sessions (off-site link)
3. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 3 breakouts: (Thursday, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm). Descriptions of block 3 sessions (off-site link)123
Facilitating Autonomy: Optimizing adaptive technology assessment
A Fundamental Shift: Sensory disabilities in health science professions
Using a Process Improvement Model to Increase Efficiency
Student Perspectives on Disability Services
AHEAD TALKS
Behavior, Conduct, Title IX, and Students with Autism
4. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 4 breakouts: (Thursday, 2:00 - 3:00 pm).

Descriptions of block 4 sessions (off-site link)
4. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 4 breakouts: (Thursday, 2:00 - 3:00 pm). Descriptions of block 4 sessions (off-site link)123
Building Accessible PDF Documents from Native Applications
Clinical Accommodations Part 1: Determining reasonable clinical accommodations
So Close and Yet So Far: Best practices in providing DSS services on multiple and satellite
Research from the National Center for College Students with Disabilities
Research from the National Center for College Students with Disabilities
Professional Development of Faculty: Social justice, self-concept, and …
Targeting Executive Functioning Deficits in Students with Psychiatric Disabilities
5. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 5 breakouts: (Thursday, 4:00 - 5:30 pm).

Descriptions of block 5 sessions (off-site link)
5. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 5 breakouts: (Thursday, 4:00 - 5:30 pm). Descriptions of block 5 sessions (off-site link)123
Providing Equity through Accessible Media: Excellence in service provision
Clinical Accommodations Part 2: Reviewing tough cases
Top Ten Tools for Your ASD Toolbox
We're from the Government. How can we help you?
Course Substitutions and Learning Evaluations: How one institution is addressing barriers …
Ways to Increase Student Retention and Expand the Use of UDL On Campus
Friday, July 21
6. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 6 breakouts: (Friday, 9:00 - 10:00 am).

Descriptions of block 6 sessions (off-site link)
6. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 6 breakouts: (Friday, 9:00 - 10:00 am). Descriptions of block 6 sessions (off-site link)123
Digital Textbooks and Accessibility
The National Centers on Disability, Deafness, and Higher Education
"Like Bunnies": Coping with the explosion of emotional support animals on campus
AHEAD Start (Talks)
Listening, learning, leading: ETS makes changes to documentation guidelines
Data-Driven: These numbers don’t lie
Improving Math Success: Learning strategies, accommodations, prerequisites, ...
7. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 7 breakouts: (Friday, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm).

Descriptions of block 7 sessions (off-site link)
7. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 7 breakouts: (Friday, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm). Descriptions of block 7 sessions (off-site link)123
Revamping your policies and procedures: A coordinated commitment to leading practice
Developing DS Program Outcomes and Their Interplay with Student Learning Outcomes
Addressing Disability in Higher Education Using a Social Justice Perspective
AHEAD Talks
A View from Afar: When your intake interview isn’t face-to-face
Development and Presentation of Campus-wide Disability Awareness
Meet Me Where I Am: Developing cross collaborative strategies for retention, persistence
8. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 8 breakouts: (Friday, 4:00 - 5:30 pm).

Descriptions of block 8 sessions (off-site link)
8. In order of preference, select up to 3 choices for the block 8 breakouts: (Friday, 4:00 - 5:30 pm). Descriptions of block 8 sessions (off-site link)123
Math Accessibility: A tour of tools and techniques
Using Program Evaluation to Assess Your Strategic Plan
Are Disability Services a Turn-Off to Students?
Disability Ambassadors: Promoting a campus-wide culture of access
Does Your Accommodation Letter Remove Barriers or Create Obstacles?
Intake vs. Interview: Applying the Appreciative Advising Model