This seminar focuses on the steps educators and institutions can take to ensure that individuals with disabilities and differing abilities as well as those from disparate intellectual, cultural, and economic backgrounds can access educational opportunities on a nondiscriminatory basis.
Gain up-to-date, authoritative guidance on creating a strategy to get continuous access to information about your institutions out-of-state activities. Youll learn how you can use this data and whether or not its necessary for meeting the compliance requirements of other states.
Understanding campus victim/survivors and how the role of supportive personnel in a healthy, helpful manner can and will engage more students in our campus processes, whether that means Title IX, Conduct, police/court, or civil actions.
What your institution needs to do to remain compliant depends on where your students are and how their home states authorize institutions to educate their citizens. And the onus is on your institution to figure out what, if anything, you need to do—all on a state-by-state basis. It sounds daunting, but this white paper can simplify things for you.
Stay current on the national developments and trends in Title IX compliance, enforcement, and litigation. This program will be of particular importance in light of the sweeping changes taking place to Title IX enforcement under the Trump administration and the new leadership of OCR.
This seminar will expose you to the unique legal issues that Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, raise for institutions and their instructors. Learn how to structure and deliver MOOCs without exposing your institution to unnecessary risk or without complicating relationships with faculty or vendors.
The new federal administration likely will shift Title IX enforcement. But the spirit and mission of Title IX, to reduce or eliminate barriers to education caused by sex discrimination persists. Join Peter Lake for this dynamic presentation, and explore what changes we have we already seen under the new administration and what changes are likely to come.
Using case-study examples, you’ll learn strategies for taking complaints, interviewing witnesses, performing investigations, and writing reports. Find out how to ask the right questions and gather the information you’ll need to come to the most appropriate resolution for everyone involved.
Linda Enghagen, an expert in copyright law, provides you with a summary, in layman’s terms, of the recent court ruling, her interpretation of the results, and a list of 10 key takeaways and how they could affect your institution’s fair-use policies.