John Rochford, M.S., See Faculty Profile
Fellows will learn to:
- locate online information about programs, providers, and services for people with disabilities;
- protect computers, networks, and online information from malicious activities, viruses, and other malware;
- use the online resources of the UMass Medical School Soutter Library;
- explain problems encountered by people with disabilities in accessing online information;and
- collect and utilize different types of data, and think critically about systems using a quality-improvement cycle
- Web Accessibility for All
- October 5, 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM
- Guest: Rich Caloggero of MIT Adaptive Technology Information Center and WGBH National Center for Accessible Media
- Collecting and Using Data Effectively
- October 12, 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM
- Guest: Emily Lauer, Director, Center for Developmental Disabilities Evaluation and Research
- Collecting and Using Data Effectively PowerPoint Slides
- Security Issues: Information Technology Security Online
This part of the MCH Leadership Practicum, comprised by the classes listed above, will be graded as pass/fail. To pass, fellows must:
- have no unexcused absences;
- be on-time for each class;
- participate in each class (be attentive, ask questions, engage in discussion, etc.); and
- complete, by due dates, all course assignments
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University Disability Statement
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Students with other special needs such as work hours, out of town trips, work-family issues, or family emergencies should discuss their situations with their instructor. All information and documentation is confidential.
If you are participating in the LEND program but not in the Master’s program at Suffolk, you still have opportunities for accommodation. If you identify yourself as someone with a disability to the Training Director of the LEND program, LEND faculty are happy to make accommodations to allow you to participate fully in the program. If you suspect that you may have a disability, please get in touch with the LEND program Training Director to discuss arrangements for evaluating your situation.
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