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Accessible Chicago: Reimagining Columbia Spaces - CCCX 310

This guide is designed to help students enrolled in CCCX310-01 with Diana Gorman Jamrozik, Associate Professor, ASL Department.

Introduction

 

This course guide is designed to help students enrolled in Diana Gorman Jamrozik's Accessibility Chicago: Reimagining Columbia Spaces. 

On this page you will find a list of recommended library resources for conducting research. 

Additional pages are designed to help you focus your research for the topics highlighted during the course. 

There are also pages that provide an overview of accessibility associated with Chicago as well as other urban environments

Design for Disability TED Talk

Elise Roy is a deaf human centered designer, former lawyer, and motivational speaker who works in the vanguard of the disruptive innovation movement. She is a passionate proponent of the notion that when we design for disability, we often develop solutions that are better than when we design for the norm.

Featured Books

Accessible America

Library location: 3rd floor, 362.40973 W729a

Accessible Architecture

Library location: 4th floor, 720.87 F529a

In sight : a guide to design with low vision in mind

Library location: 4th floor, 745.20871 E92i

Making Disability Modern

Library location: 4th floor, 745.2 M235w

Sitting Pretty

Library location: 3rd floor, 362.43 T228s

Universal Design

Library location: 4th floor, 745.20846 H581u