College of the Desert (COD) ensures accessibility voices are represented on standing committees (i.e., facilities, procurement, safety, instruction, etc.)
Committees are being educated to the accessibility concerns relevant to their issues. COD is focusing on implementing Objective 4.1.
Accessibility Liaison at the Executive Cabinet level will work with the Outreach and Training Committee and/or the Diversity Committee to organize presentations to all committees individually describing the intersection of accessibility with their work
COD is identifying specific experts that can serve as resources to committees.
Accessibility Liaison will identify and assign staff and faculty with accessibility expertise to serve as committee resources
Shared governance and other relevant committees are explicitly requiring accessibility voices as members of the committee.
Requirements for accessibility experts are being written into committee bylaws where appropriate
COD is ensuring that committee members fully understand accessibility concerns. COD is ensuring that every individual committee member can represent those issues.
All committee members are receiving training about Section 508 and its specific application on campus on an annual basis
Implementing Objective 4.1 and creating Accessibility Liaison