AccessISL Resources and Upcoming CBI
Check out new Knowledge Base articles developed through DO-IT’s Access to Informal STEM Learning (AccessISL) project. The project, a collaboration with the UW Museology program, supports efforts to make informal science learning opportunities more welcoming and accessible to everyone. Recently developed articles include the following and can be found in the AccessISL Knowledge Base:
- California Academy of Sciences: A Promising Practice in Planning for Visitors who are Neurodiverse
- How do I include deaf students in informal learning conversations?
- Riverside Art Museum: A Promising Practice in Improving Access for Natural Science Education
- What is the Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education?
With AccessISL, ISL programs and academic departments nationwide can participate in training, consultation, community building, and activity and resource development. We’ll be developing further Knowledge Base articles and resources during our upcoming virtual AccessISL capacity building institute (CBI) in March 2022. For information about the institute, send an email to email@example.com.