ATI Instructional Materials Accessiblity Group
The Instructional Materials Accessibility group advises the ATI steering committee and consults on the management of instructional and scholarly activities, from the perspective of a faculty member in a college or division.
- Advises Campus on strategy, policy, tactics, and implementation of instructional and scholarly technologies that impact the Academic Affairs division, including ADA compliance for instructional materials.
- Conducts an annual review of the ATI instructional materials report.
- The committee maintains contact with the Provost's Council, Faculty Senate Executive Committee, Council of Chairs, Educational Resources Committee and other related committees.
|Kristin Stang||AVP Faculty Support Services, Professor of Special Education, Academic Affairs|
|Lori Palmerton||Director, Disability Support Services , Student Affairs|
|Marc Trinh||IT Consultant, Information Technology|
|Erica Bowers||Director, Faculty Development Center, Professor of Education, Academic Affairs|
|Marc Montaser||ATI Coordinator, Information Technology|
|Shelli Wynants||Director, Online Education and Training, Academic Affairs|
|Cynthia Gautreau||Associate Professor of Education, MSIDT Director, Academic Affairs|
|Claudiu Damsa||Campus Engagement Specialist, Titan Shops Bookstore|
|Colleen Robledo Greene||Digital Literacy Librarian, Pollak Library|
|Roman Hernandez||IT Consultant, Information Technology|
|Loretta Donovan||Professor Elementary and Bilingual Education|
|Michael Jamshidi||IT Consultant, Online Education and Training|
|Shengjie Kung||Alt-Format Specialist, Disability Support Services , Student Affairs|
|Nick Enke||Instructional Designer, College of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Carl Littlejohn||Instructional Designer, College of Health and Human Development|
|Gustavo Campos||Instructional Designer, College of Education and College of Communications|
|Lenore Porter||Instructional Designer, College of Business and Economics|
|Tony Macias||Instructional Designer, College of Engineering and Computer Science|
|Michael Sanchez||Instructional Designer, College of the Arts|