Scaling Online Course Accessibility

Scheduled at 4:15pm in Waverly on Thursday, November 21.

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Speaker(s)

  • Kristin Noppenberger, Senior Accessibility Instructional Designer, University of Alabama

Session Details

  • Length of Session: 1-hr
  • Format: Lecture
  • Expertise Level: All Levels
  • Type of session: General Conference

Summary

Learn how complete accessibility checklists (with all of the required items and step by step instructions) tailored for each program/platform provide a standard of accessibility, job aids/training, on demand accessibility information, and the ability to scale accessibility checks and remediation for all online college courses.

Abstract

How can accessibility be successfully implemented and scaled to all online college courses without costing too much or disrupting the online course development process? Learn how complete accessibility checklists (with all of the required items and step by step instructions) tailored for each program/platform provide a standard of accessibility, job aids/training, on demand accessibility information, and the ability to scale accessibility checks and remediation for all of the online college courses developed by the Instructional Technology and Academic Services Instructional Design Team for the University of Alabama (Bama By Distance). Discover the 5 keys to successfully to implement those checklists during and after course development and how to include an accessibility check/remediation process for all online courses. And, gain access to the tailored accessibility checklists with step by step instructions included for each program/platform that made everything possible.

Keypoints

  1. Apply complete accessibility checklists (with all of the required items and step by step instructions)
  2. Apply accessibility checklists to online course development via training, resource checks, and consultation
  3. Apply complete accessibility to create and scale the check/remediation process of all online courses

Disability Areas

All Areas, Cognitive/Learning, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Mobility, Vision

Topic Areas

Accessible Educational Materials, Administrative/Campus Policy, Alternate Format, Assistive Technology, eBooks, Faculty Instruction/Accessible Course Design, Including Accessibility in Curriculum, Information Resources, Information Technology, Procurement, Research, Uncategorized, Web/Media Access

Speaker Bio(s)

Kristin Noppenberger

Kristin Noppenberger, M.A. is the Senior Instructional Designer at the University of Alabama who is responsible for performing accessibility checks and remediation for all of the online college courses developed through the College of Continuing Studies Instructional Design Team.