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.
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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 email@example.com to present your work and help shape the direction of these conversations.
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:
- Build his or her own knowledge and skills
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Identify ways to improve accessibility.
- Make recommendations for accessibility improvements.
- Empower and educate others on accessibility.
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.