Reverse Pictionary: Do accessibility and UDL practices really make a difference?

Handouts

Scheduled at 9:15am in Meadowbrook II on Friday, November 18 (2016).

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Speaker(s)

  • Valorie Sundby, Web Accessibility Compliance Specialist, AMAC
  • Lee Christopher, Ph.D., Director eLearning, Arapahoe Community College

Session Details

  • Length of Session: 1-hr
  • Format:
  • Expertise Level: Not provided
  • Type of session: General Conference

Summary

This interactive session will have lots of opportunity for audience participation. Contestants will be asked to draw images, diagrams, equations and other content from a script read either by the host or recorded from a screen reader.

Abstract

We will ask for judges and contestants from the attendees. If everyone wants to play, GREAT!

The Host reads (or plays recording of screen reader) a script of what a person hears with a screen reader. Contestants will draw what they hear. The panel of judges will score both the Contestant drawing and the script. Judges and contestants will be able to comment on their experience. There will be prizes!

Some samples contain common accessibility issues. Others will apply accessibility and UDL best practices.

Keypoints

  1. How accessibility and UDL best practices make a difference in practical applications
  2. Experience how people learn and perceive content in different ways
  3. Experience the world of "hearing" content

Disability Areas

Cognitive/Learning, Vision

Topic Areas

Alternate Format, Assistive Technology, eBooks, Faculty Instruction/Accessible Course Design, Information Resources

Speaker Bio(s)

Valorie Sundby

Valorie Sundby graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Management Information Systems. She has specialized in Web Accessibility Compliance since 2009. In addition to performing Web Accessibility evaluation, she also worked as a Disability Services assisting students with Assistive Technology and producing course content in alternate format. Valorie’s certifications include PCWA from the University of South Australia and her CPACC from the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP). Valorie is an active member of IAAP and serves on the Certification Committee.

Lee Christopher, Ph.D.

Lee Christopher is the Director of eLearning at Arapahoe Community College and also an ACC instructor. Lee has a BA in Philosophy, an M.Ed, and a M.F.A in Writing and Poetics. Lee earned a Doctorate in Education from Capella University. Her dissertation title is Universal Design for Learning: Implementation and Challenges of Community Colleges. Lee is on the Colorado Community College System Task Force for Web -IT Accessibility. She has a passion for Universal Design for Learning and was guest editor for December 2014 Vol-9 No-12 of Design for ALL a publication of Design for All Institute of India.

Handout(s)

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