Schools are places of inclusion. But when it comes to accessibility in online settings, inclusion can easily fall by the wayside simply because teachers aren’t familiar with online accessibility practices. Accessibility might involve something as simple as considering the amount of bandwidth required to view a video or as complex as ensuring students with disabilities have equal access to learning materials. Even if these issues seem intimidating at first, with the right tools and strategies, making your online classroom accessible for all students might be easier than you think.

In this course, you’ll explore both the foundational elements of online accessibility and the nitty-gritty technical knowledge you need to create an accessible digital classroom. Through the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), you’ll learn how to better represent content, create a more engaging experience, and improve outcomes for all learners. In addition, you’ll look at design principles and technical tools that will help you make online learning a reality for learners with a variety of different needs.
By the end of this course, you’ll have the knowledge and tools you need to create or modify digital learning materials to be more accessible to all students.


By the end of this course, you’ll have the knowledge and tools you need to create or modify digital learning materials to be more accessible to all students.

Date & Time: 6 months to complete at your own pace

Location: Asynchronous Online

Cost: $99 (PD) $204 (Grad Credit) Register here: https://kaneroe.gosignmeup.com/public/Course/browse?courseid=2951