The online environment has the potential to offer an extremely accessible platform for all students to learn. However, students with disabilities often have difficulty using these online learning tools because websites and course content are not created with them in mind. When course content is inaccessible, it creates unnecessary barriers for students with disabilities. Are your online courses accessible for your entire student population?
Join us for this online training series as we share ways to support the needs of all students online and comply with accessibility regulations. We will discuss:
- Consequences of inaccessibility
- Technology availability
- How to create course websites that are accessible to all users, regardless of ability
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This online training series is intentionally designed to convey information on accessibility regulations, universal design for learning, and options for accommodation to campus faculty. As such, higher ed professionals that will benefit the most from attending include:
- Faculty developers
- Instructional designers
- Information technologists
- Content developers
- Disability service staff
- Academic leaders
To help make the most of this online training, you will receive a checklist for creating accessible online content. You will also receive scenario-based questions that align with learning outcomes for each session, which can lead to a better understanding of UDL and accessible online content.
We want you to be satisfied with your Academic Impressions learning experience. If the program you purchased fails to meet your expectations, please contact us within 30 days and let us know. We’ll credit the full amount you paid toward another AI program that may better fit your needs.