303 Making Space: Disrupting Ableism with Open Practices (Kaela Parks Keynote)

<div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div><div>Cascadia Open Education Summit 2021&nbsp;<br>April 29, 2021&nbsp;<br><br><b>Making Space: Disrupting Ableism with Open Practices&nbsp;</b><br>Moderator: Tim Carson&nbsp;<br>Presenter: Kaela Parks&nbsp;<br>Stream: Keynote&nbsp;<br><div><p>In many ways, open&nbsp;educational practices are&nbsp;about consciously and creatively making space. By opening our practices we can not only center voices and viewpoints that have historically been quieted or even silenced , but also create space for ways of being that have been discouraged or even disallowed.</p></div><div><p>In this keynote, we will explore ideas around what it means to make a space that is not just technically accessible, but accessible in practical ways. We will explore what it means to go beyond guidelines and standards to get at the deeper issues and aspects of education that have historically pushed some people out.&nbsp;</p></div><b>Note/Disclaimer:&nbsp;</b>English closed-captions were generated automatically by machine and may not be entirely accurate. We are checking captions as time permits. To report a mistake, send details (including name of video, URL, suggested correction, and time code) to support@bccampus.ca.<br></div></div></div></div></div></div></div></div></div></div></div>