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Disability Resource Network of B.C.
35th Annual Disability Resource Network of B.C. for Post-Secondary Education Conference
Education
Vancouver, British Columbia
May 7, 2018 - May 8, 2018
http://drnbc.org/
35th Annual Disability Resource Network of B.C. for Post-Secondary Education Conference

The 35th annual Disability Resource Network of B.C. for Post-secondary Education Conference (DRNBC) brings together disability resource professionals and students representing colleges, universities, polytechnics and partner organizations from across British Columbia and beyond. This conference provides an opportunity to hear presentations from innovative thought leaders, exchange ideas and help contribute to community building and advancing partnerships within the field. The two-day annual conference is designed to offer opportunities for networking with community members, educators, and employers servicing students with disabilities, as well as students themselves.

Date: May 7 and 8, 2018

Location: Vancouver Community College - 250 West Pender St., Vancouver, British Columbia

For more information and to register, visit: http://drnbc.org/

This year's theme Access by Design: Building Together for a Better Tomorrow focuses on the importance of collaboration in deliberately designing access for all students to post-secondary education. As the African proverb goes, "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." Through thoughtful partnerships between universities' and colleges' programs, services and faculty, community organizations and agencies, businesses, government, and individuals, together we can use proactive collaboration and building relationships as a framework for promoting access and inclusion. We hope this year's conference will inspire workshops on innovative practices, tools and strategies that facilitate conversations among providers and users alike, about how we can bring about effective partnerships to build a better tomorrow.


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