Disability Awareness Celebration at
We are pleased to be part of this program that is co-sponsored by
Some Basic Concepts...
People without disabilities have a variety of learning styles. Many people without apparent disabilities have disabilities. Thinking about the individual and universal design helps everyone, not only people with disabilities.
Our Growing CUNY Access Website
Our committee’s CUNY Access website is http://access.cuny.edu . The sitemap is at http://access.cuny.edu/sitemap.html. Please explore the site and share with us any resources and listings we should add. We would like this site to continue to grow and become a comprehensive resource on disabilities issues within CUNY. Please contact Syd Lefkoe at firstname.lastname@example.org with additions and suggestions for the site.
Handouts at our table include the following:
1) The sitemap for our website – from http://access.cuny.edu/sitemap.html :
To give you an idea of the range of related resources and listings available on the site.
A copy of the report is on our web site in the pdf version at http://access.cuny.edu/focgrprp.pdf and in the html version at http://access.cuny.edu/focgrprp.html .
Book with Contributions by Professor Susan O’Malley, Chair of the
Also featured at our table is
Disabled, Female, and Proud! Stories of Ten Women With Disabilities, a
book including contributions by Professor Susan O’Malley, Chair of the CUNY University Faculty
Senate (UFS), and Professor of English at
>> This summary is also available at our table in limited quantity in Braille and on diskette. <<