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At the beginning of the session:
1. Turn on live captioning
a. Use captioning on Zoom to increase accessibility of the presentation. This can be helpful for
individuals who are hard of hearing or deaf, or who may have other accessibility needs.
b. Here are instructions on how to turn on live captioning. Be sure to share with participants how
they can turn on and off captioning on their own screens.
2. Recording the session
a. If you are recording the session, be sure to get the consent of participants or inform them
before starting the recording that you will be doing so. Share what will be done with the
recording afterwards.
b. If there is a recording, consider how it can be used to increase the accessibility of your session.
Will you post it to YouTube so individuals who were unable to make the session will be able to
see it?
3. Name & Pronouns
a. Share how you would like to be referred to in this space, or, when relevant, how others might
see your name in other spaces. For example:
b " Hello, I'm Dr. [first name, last name], but you can call me [name you would like people to
refer to you as]. I use [your pronouns]. "
c. Sharing how you would like to be referred to sets a tone of respect for the space, and
demonstrates that this is a space where the expectation is that we refer to each other in the
ways that we want to be referred to.
ci. Particularly if you are cisgender, avoid saying things like " preferred " pronouns, which
implies that individuals' pronouns are a preference, and not a requirement. Instead,
you can say something like " My name is ___, and I go by ___ pronouns " or " I'm
___, and I use ___ pronouns " .
4. Land acknowledgement
a. Set the tone for the space by acknowledging and recognizing the history of the land you are on.
Here is a great resource to help you write a land acknowledgement.
b. Since the presentation is virtual, encourage participants to consider whose land they are on. A
great resource for this is: https://native-land.ca/
c. Acknowledging and considering the Native and Indigenous peoples whose land we are on
should not end with the land acknowledgement. Consider how this recognition can be built into
the rest of your presentation. For example, does the topic you are discussing affect Native and
Indigenous people differently?
i. An example of this could be discussing the foster care system or adoption industry;
these institutions have long histories as tools of colonialism, cultural genocide,
and erasure of Native peoples. Indigenous children were, and continue to be,
disproportionately targeted by these systems. The removal of Native and Indigenous
children from their home communities contributes to loss of culture, and thereby the
erasure of Native and Indigenous cultures and communities.
d. Furthermore, consider who else's oppression created the space you are in today. For example,
many historical colleges and universities were built using enslaved people's labor, or directly
benefited and profited from the labor of enslaved people.
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