universal designUniversal Design for Accessibility & Diversity
October 28, 2015
2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET
Adobe Connect

In this webinar, we will focus on how to make your online course more accessible for all learners. This presentation will be facilitated by Julie Lang from Teaching and Learning with Technology, and presented by staff from World Campus Learning Design: Ryan Klinger, an instructional designer at Penn State Harrisburg with an universal design for learning background, and Sonya Woods, an accessibility consultant. We will highlight universal design principles that when applied, ensure that content is accessible to not only students with disabilities, but also all types of learners. We will provide examples of what works and what doesn’t work so that you can incorporate best practices into your teaching right away.

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**Please scroll to the bottom of the event list and choose “Webinar 008: Universal Design”. The access link will be sent out a few days prior to the webinar.

The Teaching Learning Cycle

[Adapted from: Assessing Student Learning by L. Suskie]

Registration is now open for OL 2900: Assessment of Online Learners! This 4 week course is designed to help faculty effectively assess their online learners. The course will address topics such as what assessment is, principles of good practice for assessing student learning, varying assessment strategies, developing rubrics, using student evaluation data and so much more! To learn more about this course and to register, please visit our website. The course begins October 12 and registration will close 1 week prior.