[Athen] Models for training faculty and providing resources for accessibility and UDL

Jiatyan C chenjiat at msu.edu
Tue Jan 20 10:28:18 PST 2015


Nancy Swenson at University of Central Florida have established effective UD courses for faculty. She presented at AHEAD on "Implementing universal design principles and accessibility to online courses at a large university".

Jiatyan Chen
Creative Services Manager, Learning Design & Technology (LearnDAT)
Michigan State University

On 2015-Jan-15, at 14:16 , Howard Kramer <hkramer at colorado.edu> wrote:

> Hi Terry, et al.,


> I've been tasked with setting up resources and training for "Online Credit" (a.k.a. Continuing Ed.) at UCB. Other departments on campus are also exploring the idea of establishing faculty certification for accessibility and UD. What do you do at University of Washington? I would assume with Sheryl's work in accessibility and UDL, U. of Washington would be a model in this area. Are there any other universities/campuses I could look to as a model? I believe there were a number of sessions on this in the AHG virtual track so it's probably a good idea to check those resources. :-)


> Input from anyone on this list is welcome.


> -Howard


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