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Accessibility and Usability in Online Courses

Kristina Clark from Student Affairs and the Center for Innovative Learning will showcase Web Accessibility and Usability guidelines for online and blended course design. What is accessibility and usability? Why are these concepts important? Participants will explore how to develop online learning materials to meet today’s standards for Web accessibility. Additionally, the concept of usability […]

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Online and Blended Course Accessibility Information

In compliance with Texas Administrative Code, Title 1, Chapter 213, Subchapter C, UNTHSC’s Accessibility Statement, UNTHSC Policy 04.305: Web Policy, Title II of the Americans with Disability Act, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, §1194.22, and Quality Matters General Standard 8, all online materials developed or curated for delivery through the Canvas Learning Management System […]

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Inclusive Technology Assessment Strategies For Higher Ed

In an increasingly digital era, the need for refining inclusive technology is paramount to creating a diverse learning environment. Join Kara Zirkle, IT Accessibility Coordinator at George Mason University and cielo24, as we explore how next-generation inclusive technology can benefit from streamlined deployment and strategic assessment practices. The discussion will concentrate on helping faculty become […]

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Accessibility & Privacy Statements of Course Technologies

At UNTHSC, we believe that all students should have equal technology opportunities in the classroom. The following technologies may appear in our online or blended courses. Instructors of courses should link to this page (inside syllabus or course shell in Canvas) for updated statements of accessibility, voluntary product accessibility template (VPAT) documents. If there are any […]

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CanvasCon2017: Designing Your Course for Student Success

Designing Your Course for Student Success Below are resources used for the Designing Your Course for Student Success session at CanvasCon17 @ SMU. Presentation Resources PowerPoint Presentation Canvascon17 Resources Infographics Usability Learner Centered Home Pages Course Organization Information Rich Assessments