Learn what it means for course elements to be "digital accessible" and ways to create an inclusive environment.
A typical course has a number of digital elements, including documents, readings, course websites, videos and slides. Digital accessibility refers to the ability of these elements to be easily navigated and understood by a wide range of students, including those who have visual, auditory, motor or cognitive disabilities. In this workshop, participants will learn the basics of what it means for course elements to be "digital accessible" and ways to proactively create an inclusive digital environment for their students.
Presenters: Kris Gorman and Janelle Nivens
This webinar will take place March 27, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM.
To attend either:
- Come to Kathryn A. Martin Library 115 (no registration required). This shared viewing is being brought to you by the Accessible Academic Technology (ATT) Team. The ATT Team is a interdepartmental group of UMD faculty and staff working on creating the realization of accessible teaching and learning products.
- Register at the Training Hub and view the session in your office.