This recorded online workshop looked at how to design and adapt experiences for audiences with diverse and special needs. Presenters discussed practices, partnerships, and experiences on programming for neurodiverse, deaf, blind, and visually-impaired audiences with the goal of having workshop participants feel more confident in beginning to think about how to best reach, serve, and design for audiences that may not otherwise be best served by current programming. Online workshop recorded 11-19-2019.
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Museum of Life and Science
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