Tips About Accessibility for Online Learning Instructors
Learn what is reasonable for instructors and online course designers to know in order to begin designing courses that are welcoming to, accessible to, and inclusive of all students and instructors, including those with disabilities.
Designing Accessible Cyberlearning: Recommendations and Lessons Learned
This webinar shares recommendations for how cyberlearning researchers can address accessibility issues in their research and for how instructors and designers can employ accessible technology and pedagogy in their practice.
Do Captions & Transcripts Improve Student Learning?
In this webinar, Lyman Dukes III, Ph.D., Karla Morris, M.Ed., and Casey Frechette, Ph.D from the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, take us through the fascinating findings from an in-depth study on the use of captions and interactive transcripts in seven online courses.
Designing for Online Accessibility: Who, What, Why, and How
Who are we really designing for when we design for accessibility? In this webinar, you will broaden your understanding of accessibility, so that you will be able to advocate for it from different angles, depending on your audience.
Accessible Educational Materials as a Foundation for UDL
In this webinar, Luis Perez, a Technical Assistant Specialist for the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials at CAST, will dive into AEM and UDL and provide a plethora of resources to help you get started with the selection, curation, and creation of accessible educational materials.
Impact of Captions & Transcripts on Student Learning & Comprehension
Researchers from the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg will dive into their findings on the impact of captions and transcripts on students. As an institution, USFSP is making significant strides to create a more accessible campus. That’s why they set out to see if they could find a meaningful difference between the benefit of closed captioning and interactive transcripts in the classroom.
The Legal Year in Review: Accessibility Trends in Higher Ed
In this webinar, Paul Grossman will cover major trends in accessibility law as it applies to higher ed. If you haven’t had the chance to see Paul speak at AHEAD, this is a great opportunity to learn about the state of accessibility in higher education from the retired Chief Regional Attorney at the US Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR).
This session will cover key illustrative cases and decisions in 2017-2018 that have potential impact on campus and organization policies, practices, and environments.
Presented by Paul Grossman, retired Chief Regional Attorney at the Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights.