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Supportive Inclusive Practices (SIP) - Accessible Course Design 1

Take a COOL SIP of accessible course design. Supportive Inclusive Practices is the first course in the Accessible Design Series. The course addresses four topics:

  • benefits of accessible course design to all learners
  • legal obligations for accessible course design in higher education
  • Columbus State University guidelines for online course accessibility
  • accessibility evaluation of course content

Course Objectives:

  • Describe the types of disabilities experienced by post-secondary students
  • Describe diverse students' needs for accessible courses
  • Identify the benefits of accessible course design to all learners
  • Identify the legal obligations for accessible course content in higher education
  • Describe the Columbus State University guidelines for course accessibility and the accessibility principle addressed by the guideline
  • Evaluate the accessibility of course content and formulate a remediation plan
Date:
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Time:
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:
Frank D. Brown Hall 1103
Campus:
RiverPark
Audience:
  All Faculty  
Categories:
  Accessibility Training  

Event Organizer

Ann Newland

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