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We host quarterly UDL and Accessibility Think Tanks to explore current successes and questions within OSU and beyond. Look for these opportunities and more on the ODEE Workshops page.

Be a part of the conversation!

Want to share a resource or example of successful universal design?¬† We’d love to hear it!

Want to ask a question about universal design of a specific assignment? We’d love to help!

Share your ideas or questions in the comments below! Contact phillips.1507@osu.edu to present your work and help shape the direction of these conversations.

 

Accessibility Practice

Context

Anyone who is involved in creating online curriculum can be a powerful force in driving forward accessibility initiatives.

In order to be effective in pushing forward, the individual should:

  1. Build his or her own knowledge and skills
  2. Educate and inspire others

The presentation below was delivered as a professional development opportunity to instructional designers and staff in ODEE and across OSU Campus. To request a workshop email phillips.1507@osu.edu.

Objectives

  1. Identify ways to improve accessibility.
  2. Make recommendations for accessibility improvements.
  3. Empower and educate others on accessibility.

Materials

Accessibility Integration

ODEE Accessibility Components

Universal Design and Accessibility Training

Activity 1: Identify ways to improve accessibility.

Identify the accessibility issues in each artifact and make recommendations for how to improve them.

Artifact 1: Inaccessible Word Document

Artifact 2: Inaccessible Assignment

Artifact 3: Inaccessible Lecture Content

Artifact 4: Inaccessible Calendar of Events

Artifact 5: Inaccessible PowerPoint

Activity 2: Empower and educate others on accessibility.

Based on your recommendations from Activity 1, decide how you will share your recommendations and explain the need for the changes.