Lunch and Learn: Tuning Up Your Course Content
Busy students value options for how they “consume” their course materials. Having options can improve the usability, accessibility, and flexibility of materials. This approach aligns with the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principle of providing students multiple means of representation. Join us as we review two new tools available to Michigan Tech instructors that can help improve their digital course content. You’ll see how Ally can help you identify access issues, prioritize improvements, and provide alternative formats for your students, and how EquatIO can help you create more accessible digital math. This event will be held Tuesday September 17, 2019.
Register by September 13 to reserve lunch.
UDL Workshops: Ally- Helping Make Course Content More Accessible
See how Ally indicators provide a visual status of your course files and how to access and implement Ally guidance to improve access. Learn about common accessibility issues like scanned and untagged PDF’s, missing headings, and alternative descriptions and how to fix these issues in your course materials. See how Ally’s course accessibility report provides an overview of course accessibility issues and helps you prioritize planned improvements. This workshop is a great chance to get answers to your most pressing course accessibility questions. This workshop will be held in Library 242.
This workshop will be held:
Tuesday September 24, 2019. 2PM – 3PM in Library 242. Please use this link to register for that date.
Thursday September 26, 2019. 10AM – 11AM in Library 242. Please use this link to register for that date.
Thursday October 3, 2019. 2PM – 3PM in Library 242. Please use this link to register for that date.
Wednesday October 9, 2019. 3:30PM – 4:30PM in Library 242. Please use this link to register for that date.