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Webinar: Online Course Accessibility Training for Faculty

Accessibility webinar

Online Course Accessibility Training for Faculty

Professors want to create a powerful, engaging, and vibrant learning environment for students. When creating this content and experiences, professors must consider the needs of our learners, including students that may require accommodations. This two-part webinar will outline what "accessibility" is, why it is important, and how professors can apply universal design elements to their courses and course materials to meet accessibility guidelines.

Session 01: Accessibility Regulations and Accommodation in Online Courses

Running Time: 1 hour, 3 minutes
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  • Introduction and Opening: start to 0:04:25 (4 minutes, 25 seconds)
  • Accessibility Regulations and Guidelines: 0:04:25 to 0:18:00
  • Scenario 01: Students with severe hearing loss: 0:18:00 to 0:25:22
  • Questions: 0:25:22 to 0:29:10
  • Scenario 02: Students with severe vision loss: 0:29:10 to 0:38:00
  • Students with low vision: 0:38:00 to 0:39:17
  • Scenario 03: Students with mobility challenges: 0:39:17 to 0:41:40
  • Scenario 04: Students with cognitive challenges: 0:41:40 to 0:44:25
  • Scenario 05: Students with autism or other emotional disabilities: 0:44:25 to 0:47:47
    (NOTE: at 44:38 speaker drops; speaker continues at 45:25)
  • Underrepresented Communities and Cultures: 0:47:47 to 0:50:33
  • When Course Accessibility is Not Proactive: 0:50:33 to 0:51:44
  • Summary: 0:51:44 to 0:55:45
  • Questions: 0:55:45 to 1:01:22
  • Skip this content: 1:01:22 to 1:03:28

Session 02: Universal Design for Learning

Running Time: 1 hour
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  • Introduction and Opening: start to 0:04:34 (4 minutes, 34 seconds)
  • 7 Principles of Universal Design with Examples: 0:04:34 to 0:05:33
  • 1. Equitable Use: 0:05:33 to 0:13:40
  • 2. Flexibility in Use: 0:13:40 to 0:17:02
  • 3. Simple and Intuitive Use: 0:17:02 to 0:20:49
  • Question: How would you improve an Incomplete policy? 0:20:49 to 0:25:10
  • Simple and Intuitive Use (cont'd): 0:25:10 to 0:26:04
  • 4. Perceptible Information: 0:26:04 to 0:31:09
  • Question: How to improve a graphic for perceptible information: 0:31:09 to 0:33:30
  • Perceptible Information (cont'd): 0:33:30 to 0:35:49
  • 5. Tolerance for Error: 0:35:49 to 0:42:07
  • 6. Low Physical Effort: 0:42:07 to 0:45:05
  • 7. Size and Space for Approach and Use: 0:45:05 to 0:50:03
  • Skip this content: 0:50:03 to 0:52:01
  • Takeaways, Questions, and Farewell: 0:52:01 to 0:57:52
  • Skip this content: 0:57:52 to 1:00:09

 

How to Access

You must login to your Pepperdine Google account in order to access this video. The recording and its materials are licensed from Academic Impressions for the use by Pepperdine University faculty, staff, and students only. Due to this, we are securely hosting the video and materials on Google Drive and limiting access to only Pepperdine University users.  We cannot share the recording with any non-Pepperdine Google accounts.

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