Accessibility and Universal Design in Online Teaching
- Tuesday, May 5, 2020 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Accessibility and Universal Design In Online Teaching
Tuesday, May 5 || 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm || Via WebEx
Facilitated by Jacqueline Frank, Instruction & Accessibility Librarian, and Dean Adams, Director of CFE
Register here A WebEx meeting link will be sent to you prior to the workshop.
Student success hinges on having access to the course materials, especially within online courses. Making content accessible to students with disabilities is also the right thing to do, in addition to being the law, and benefits all students in the end. Worried about how much time that will take though? No fear, this workshop will show how easy it can be to implement accessibility best practices, and we will share strategies on how to design online instruction using Universal Design for Learning methods to help make sure all students can access the content and demonstrate their understanding in the ways they need to.
Contact Jacqueline Frank for questions at 406-994-4978 or email@example.com
- Center for Faculty Excellence