Promoting a Culture of Accessibility for Online Students

Institutions are at varying stages of implementing accessibility processes from individuals managing reactive accommodations to robust campus-wide initiatives. This facilitated discussion will address what questions to ask at your institution regarding online course accessibility such as: Who is responsible for ensuring the accessibility of online course materials?

Instructional designers from the University of Central Florida will share their strategies, challenges, and lessons learned from developing a campus-wide online course accessibility support model and address specific accessibility areas such as: captioning, course content, and testing.

The webcast is part of WCET' s September Accessibility Month where webcasts, blogs, and discussions will focus on this important topic.
 
This webcast is provided free and open to all, but space is limited*

"Promoting a Culture of Accessibility for Online Students" will take place on September 24 at Noon MDT. The free webcast will run for 60 minutes.

 

Presenters:

 

Katheen BastedoKathleen Bastedo
Instructional Designer,
University of Central Florida

 

 

 

John RaibleJohn Raible
Instructional Designer,
University of Central Florida

 

 


Nancy SwensonNancy Swenson
Instructional Designer,
University of Central Florida

 

 

 

Moderator:

Cali MorrisonCali Morrison
Manager, Communications
WCET - WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies

 

 

 

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