Project PACE is a program of the Disability Resource Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR). The primary objective of this project is to collaborate with faculty, staff and administrators in postsecondary settings to create equitable, inclusive, usable, and sustainable learning environments. Specifically, the project staff will work to accomplish the following:
- Provide professional development opportunities to faculty, staff, and administrators at UALR and on other Arkansas campuses;
- Develop an array of products to enhance professional development and training;
- Disseminate information in a multidimensional approach that responds to the needs and requests of university faculty, staff, and administrators;
- Identify best practices in the areas of Web accessibility and universal design—providing models for other institutions to follow;
- Provide a format for materials and professional development activities that can be replicated by other institutions nationwide.
This website and the products and activities described herein have been funded through a series of grants from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education. The Program through which Project PACE has been funded is "Demonstration Projects to Ensure Students with Disabilities Receive a Quality Higher Education." More information about this program can be found on the Department of Education web site at: www.ed.gov/programs/disabilities.
- 1999 through 2002 - Award #P333A990056
- 2002 through 2005 - Award #P333A020010
- 2005 through 2008 - Award #P333A050010
The contents, however, do not reflect the views or opinions of the funding agency.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
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