eClasses

Training and Workshops


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 eClassesHere's your chance to learn Web accessibility with instructor-led online courses. The UMD Accessibility Task Force recommends that all UMD developers complete this training, which covers key areas of accessible Web development. This format has no set meeting time, although courses do have definite start and end dates.

Spring 2017 Schedule

Select a title to learn more about an eClass and for registration links.
Title Start Date End Date Time Location
Accessibility 101: Introduction March 13 March 17 Any Time.(eClasses are asynchronous.) Anywhere.(eClasses are conducted via the web.)
Accessibility 102: Tools March 20 March 31 Any Time.(eClasses are asynchronous.) Anywhere.(eClasses are conducted via the web.)
Web Accessibility 103: Structure April 3 April 14 Any Time.(eClasses are asynchronous.) Anywhere.(eClasses are conducted via the web.)
Web Accessibility 104: Images April 17 April 28 Any Time.(eClasses are asynchronous.) Anywhere.(eClasses are conducted via the web.)

Prerequisites

Make sure you have all eClsss prerequisites. Prerequisites define the knowledge and skills you should have at the beginning of a class. If a class requires competence or mastery of a skill, that means you should be able to perform that skill with no or very minimal assistance. If you have the proper prerequisites you are prime to begin a class and are the most likely to be successful in achieving learning outcomes.

  • If you lack prerequisites, you would at best have a difficult time learning the lesson. You would at worst be frustrated and lost. If you do not have prerequisites it is advised that you do not take the class.
  • If you have substantially more than the class prerequisites, and if you are not afraid of becoming bored completing assignments below your skill level, you are welcome to take the class for review purposes. But remember instruction may be redundant for you and advanced questions may be beyond the scope of the class.