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Creating an Accessible Online Classroom for students With and Without Disabilities

Description

Creating a course for students with disabilities can sometimes feel like a daunting task.  The truth is that there are several simple techniques that can help ALL learners experience your course in a manner that works for them.  Through a series of case studies, presenters will walk participants through the methods and strategies that will help build a more accessible course for every student. 

Presenters

  • Kiersten Bloechl-Karlsen,
  • Sarah Bradway, CETL Instructional Designer
  • Erin McArthur, Online Learning Librarian


Future Sessions

  • There are no sessions scheduled at this time.  Please watch the recording available below

Past Sessions

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