*ACCME CE Credit Available*
Complete 12 of 16 Sessions for Certificate
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for designing educational environments that enable all learners to gain knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm for learning. This is accomplished by simultaneously reducing barriers to the curriculum and providing rich supports for learning. Employing UD principles in everything we do makes a more accessible world for all of us. It minimizes the need to alter it for anyone. Explore Universal Design in Higher Education: Promising Practices for more information about how Universal Design has been put into practice. During this workshop, we will examine strategies and practices to learn how to create an accessible course using the Universal Design Principles.
-Describe the university’s accessibility policies and services.
-Recognize the challenges learners with various disabilities experience with online courses.
-Develop navigation schema for online courses.
-Develop online content that facilitates readability.
-Create accessible content compliant with ADA regulations.
-Locate accessibility statements for technologies used in courses.
*Important Note: This session is eligible for CE credit. Please read the AHSE Accreditation Statements before registration.
Once you have registered, Laura Moore will send you a calendar invitation with the topic and any information pertaining to that weeks session.
Sessions will be on Thursday’s in LIB-400 and in-person only. Lunch will be provided as long as you have RSVP’d to the calendar invitation.
The sessions are not available via Zoom, but will be recorded and put on the DAI website about a week after each session.