Event Date/Time: Nov 17, 2011
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Course management systems can provide the opportunity for students with physical and sensory (deaf and blind) disabilities to enroll and excel in online programs. However, if technology and course management systems do not meet accessibility guidelines, institutions are potentially preventing 1 in 5 prospective and current students from being able to succeed in courses and programs.

Join us as we discuss steps for enhancing the education of every student by increasing online course and program accessibility. This session highlights proactive strategies for utilizing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to address and overcome barriers to learning. Our expert instructors will also share current and emerging practices being utilized at Drexel University and other institutions.


This webcast is most appropriate for instructional designers and academic leaders who are interested in increasing accessibility and support for students with disabilities.