Event Title

See What I See: Perspectives of Students with ASD at UNF

Department

Tara Rowe, THRIVE Director; PhD candidate in Educational Leadership; and DHI Advisory Committee member

Tyler Charles, psychology major, student representative to the DHI Advisory Committee, and THRIVE program participant

Jessica Harden, coordinator of educational media, CIRT; DHI Advisory Committee member; Events Committee member; and Communications/Social Media committee co-chair

Alexandra Torres-Pérez, communication major. Student representative to Advisory Committee

Start Date

8-11-2017 12:00 AM

End Date

8-11-2017 12:00 AM

Description

At this presentation, we will discuss a cross-campus collaboration centered around the students who participate in Transition to Health, Resources, Independent living, Viable careers, and Education (THRIVE), the support program on campus for degree-seeking students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This project assembles a diverse team of students, faculty and staff who will use video storytelling, as well as other digital methods and tools, to build a multi-media, interactive online experience that explores the lives of students with ASD at UNF. We seek to make visible the academic and social challenges that these students face, from their own viewpoint. In the process, we aim to celebrate the diverse talents and perspectives they bring to our campus.

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Nov 8th, 12:00 AM Nov 8th, 12:00 AM

See What I See: Perspectives of Students with ASD at UNF

At this presentation, we will discuss a cross-campus collaboration centered around the students who participate in Transition to Health, Resources, Independent living, Viable careers, and Education (THRIVE), the support program on campus for degree-seeking students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This project assembles a diverse team of students, faculty and staff who will use video storytelling, as well as other digital methods and tools, to build a multi-media, interactive online experience that explores the lives of students with ASD at UNF. We seek to make visible the academic and social challenges that these students face, from their own viewpoint. In the process, we aim to celebrate the diverse talents and perspectives they bring to our campus.