Scheduled at 2:15pm in Cotton Creek I on Thursday, November 15.#17260
- Michael Mace, Principal Accessibility Consultant, Indiana University
- Greg Hanek, Accessibility Architect, Indiana University
- Length of Session: 1-hr
- Format: Lecture
- Expertise Level: All Levels
- Type of session: General Conference
Learn how Indiana University uses a document repository to serve the same accessibility content to online courses, websites, and a knowledge base. Editing a single document permits that information to flow outward to all three distribution channels, simplifying updates and maintenance while ensuring consistency of message.
Maintaining and delivering accessibility content for instructors, students and staff can be a real chore. Trying to keep websites, courses, and knowledge bases up-to-date and consistent is often difficult and time-consuming, especially with the rapid change of content creation and remediation tools. Learn how Indiana University uses a document repository to serve the same content to online courses, websites, and a knowledge base. Simply editing a single document permits that information to flow outward to all three distribution channels. In this presentation we will show you the tools we used to implement and a demonstration of the final product. We will also talk about the challenges surrounding writing content for ease of reuse.
- Maintaining and delivering accessibility content for instructors, students and staff is difficult.
- Content creation and remediation tools update and change frequently, requiring documentation edits.
- Maintaining a single source document repository can preserve your time, energy and efficiency.
Alternate Format, Faculty Instruction/Accessible Course Design, Including Accessibility in Curriculum, Information Resources, Information Technology, Uncategorized, Web/Media Access
Michael Mace joined Indiana University as a Principal Accessibility Consultant for the UITS Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers in the summer of 2017. Prior to joining Indiana University, Michael was a leader in the Instructional Design and Development department for Anthem INC. At Anthem Michael was a champion for project and problem-based learning, gamification of instruction and design, accessibility, and a leader in researching emerging technology as it pertained to corporate training and development. In addition to his work at Anthem, Michael has been an Associate Faculty member in the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI for three years. Michael received his Master’s Degree in Learning Design and Technology from Purdue University. A huge proponent of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), Michael continues to research practical methods for applying the concepts of UDL using technology in both online and traditional courses.
Greg Hanek is Indiana University’s (digital) Accessibility Architect, working in the User Experience Office. He has been passionate about accessibility and helping others learn about it for more than two decades at IU. He’s currently helping create a culture where making usable things for all humans is a default.