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CFDLS © 2014 Central Florida Diversity Learning Series 2014 Evaluation Summary of Session 6 on November 4 th Technology: Building a New Infrastructure for Inclusion Presenter: Ken Beller
CFDLS © 2014 EVALUATION DETAILS A total of 14 evaluations were turned in, 7 of which were filled out by managers and 7 of which were filled out by individual contributors or employees. A total of 18 people attended the session. The first 3 questions asked participants to rate their knowledge before and after the session, on a scale from 1-5. Questions 4-7 were open-ended with room to write in responses.
CFDLS © I know how technology enhancements are redefining inclusion. Based on 7 manager responses and 7 individual responses. Managers’ total improvement: 35%IC’s total improvement: 33%
CFDLS © I see and am addressing the demands to rethink our inclusion concepts, structures and processes. Based on 7 manager responses and 7 individual responses. Managers’ total improvement: 24%IC’s total improvement: 8%
CFDLS © 2014 Based on 7 manager responses and 7 individual responses. Managers’ total improvement: 37%IC’s total improvement: 48% 3.I understand the technology/inclusion gaps that are being created and know how to bridge those gaps.
CFDLS © 2014 Average Rating per Question (Managers and Individuals Combined)
CFDLS © 2014 Total Percentage Improvement per Question (Managers and Individuals Combined)
CFDLS © 2014 OPEN-ENDED ANSWERS 4.What was your most significant learning today? Managers: About the prosthetics. How much technology really impacts our daily lives—both personally and professionally. Having a different perspective on how technology impacts so many facets of our lives. Recognizing the pros and cons and need to proactively address this now. Being mindful of the whole of tech and controlling it. Need to disconnect from technology at times.
CFDLS © 2014 OPEN-ENDED ANSWERS 4.What was your most significant learning today? Individual Contributors: Difference between disabled and super-abled and how we can be inclusive to all. The intersection between tech and inclusion. Ken highlighted a lot of points in regards to what is considered disabled and how we all have some form of disability dependency on technology. The exposure.
CFDLS © 2014 OPEN-ENDED ANSWERS 5.How will you use one or more of the tools presented/ practiced today? Managers: Already applying it. Look at ways we can respond (not react). Pay attention to my digital team. Share a couple videos, take more tech/digital breaks personally. Offer ways to disconnect from technology.
CFDLS © 2014 OPEN-ENDED ANSWERS 5.How will you use one or more of the tools presented/ practiced today? Individual Contributors: Much of this was review for me but it did provide more info specifically related to how technology might influence people individually, jobs and organizations. Seeing the technology gaps and thinking about how to address them. More knowledge.
CFDLS © 2014 OPEN-ENDED ANSWERS 6.How might you integrate what you learned about the Technology and Inclusion change your methods or processes? Managers: No change, we are futurists. Bring this topic to the forefront – has not really been discussed. I need to make some thoughtful change now. We need to do more. Will take “tech” breaks.
CFDLS © 2014 OPEN-ENDED ANSWERS 6.How might you integrate what you learned about the Technology and Inclusion change your methods or processes? Individual Contributors: Honestly our department doesn’t use it enough to reach out to the younger generation.
CFDLS © 2014 OPEN-ENDED ANSWERS 7.Other comments: (usefulness of handouts, quality of the presenters, facilitators, food, facilities, access, insights): Managers: Ken is an excellent facilitator – very engaging! Enjoyable presenter. Clear and well done. Very engaging! Thank you!
CFDLS © 2014 OPEN-ENDED ANSWERS 7.Other comments: (usefulness of handouts, quality of the presenters, facilitators, food, facilities, access, insights): Individual Contributors: Wonderful session! Good job! This was fantastic! Possibly my best experience!
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