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Online Workshop: Practices, Principles, and Programming for Engaging Blind and Low Vision Audiences

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Zoom link available upon RSVP

Practices, Principles, and Programming for Engaging Blind and Low Vision Audiences

Tuesday, March 12, 2024; 2pm - 3pm  Eastern / 11am - 12pm Pacific 

View a recording of the workshop and resources here

Please join us for this online workshop about creating more equitable experiences with Earth and space programming for blind and low vision audiences. We will hear from experts in the field who are striving to expand access to STEM resources. Listen as they discuss best practices as well as some of the tools available for others interested in this work. We will also hear from NISE Network partners who have co-collaborated with members of their communities to identify and better address the needs of visually impaired audiences locally. Discover how partners have adapted the NISE Network Earth and space activities and learn more about instituting inclusive practices that enhance the experience of all participants.


The NISE Network strives to share STEM public engagement resources designed for all audiences, including blind and visually impaired participants.



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Noreen Grice

President & Founder

You Can Do Astronomy





Smiling broadly enough to wrinkle the corners of his eyes, a light-skinned man with half-rim glasses and parted brown hair stands in front of a cosmic background. He wears a dark green shirt, a contrasting yellow and gray bowtie, a brown houndstooth jacket, and a lapel pin in the shape of the JWST primary mirror.


Timothy Rhue II 

Principal Informal Education Specialist

Space Telescope Science Institute






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Katie Wolfson 

School & Public Programs Manager

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research UCAR Center for Science Education