[Athen] If you had one accessibility question for a course
evaluation what would it be?
zm290 at msstate.edu
Wed Mar 22 06:35:57 PDT 2017
Within the learning Ally college success curriculum we actually have a
quiz to assess accessibility of a disabilities office. I can ask my
supervisors if we can give you access to the module.
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> On Mar 22, 2017, at 8:17 AM, Preast, Vanessa <vanessa.preast at dmu.edu> wrote:
> For a new end-of-course evaluation survey, I have the opportunity to craft a single Likert-type question to access accessibility from a student's perspective.
> What would be a good statement to help us identify whether accessibility problems might exist?
> Perhaps something like this, from University of Guelph? (http://cer.jhu.edu/files/uid-implementation-guide-v6.pdf)
> Statement: I had no difficulties accessing course materials or participating in any essential activities related to this class.
> Answers: Strongly agree to Strongly disagree
> I'm concerned that the word "accessing" may have too many different interpretations for students versus faculty versus accessibility personnel.
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