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Spring 2020 Colloquium

In an effort to make this third annual Graduate Student Colloquium more accessible to our increasingly large number of students, both online as well as those on-campus, we have selected as its theme Accessibility. This theme also reflects the University of Southern Indiana’s 2015-2020 Strategic Plan, which included “access by design” as one of its three strategic goals. As the university transitions to its third strategic plan, we take this opportunity to celebrate Accessibility in all of its manifestations.

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Important Information

In light of the University's recent announcement, all colloquium presentations will be pre-recorded and posted on this site on Tuesday, March 24, 2020.

More details and links to presentations to follow.

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Emma Williams, Tara Arvin, and Kelsey Koester

Master of Science in Occupational Therapy

Service-Learning: Perspectives of Assistive Technology for Participation in Unified Games

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Kaysie Collins, Bailee Daugherty, Lauren Day, and Lara Healy

Master of Science in Occupational Therapy

Everyone Deserves to Play! Adapting Toys for Switch Access

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Hannah Johnson

Master of Social Work

Students with Invisible Disabilities in Higher Education

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Jennifer Head

Master of Business Administration

Accessibility, Inclusivity and the Bottom Line

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Salome Apkhzishvili

Master of Arts in Communication

Let's Talk About Sex: Examining the Teens' Sexuality in Netflix's TV-series Sex Education

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Salome Apkhzishvili

Master of Arts in Communication

Collaborative Media Literacy: Co-using of Mobile Smartphones among Teens and Adults

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Rachel Sellers

Master of Arts in English

Canada's Reputation and Emigration in Early American Slave Narratives

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Shoko Amioka

Master of Arts in Second Language, Acquisition, Policy, and Culture

The Effects of the WUSTL-ALLEX Japanese Teacher Training on Participants' Teaching

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Virginia Morgan

Master of Arts in Second Language, Acquisition, Policy, and Culture

Action Reduction Strategies for Higher Employability

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Taynara Oliveira de Almeida

Master of Health Administration

Advanced Care Planning: An Option for Quality End-of-Life Care

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Fatin Yaro

Master of Public Administration

Nonprofit's Online Accountability: Does Subsector Affect Online Accountability?

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Alyce Anderson

Master of Arts in Liberal Studies

Accessibility: ADA Compliance Through the Professional Practice of Interior Design to Accommodate Americans with Hidden Disabilities

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