eBook Download: Best Practices to Develop Accessible Distance & Online Education Programs
Whether you are an individual designer or part of a university-wide initiative, Best Practices to Develop Accessible Distance & Online Education Programs gives you the knowledge and tools necessary for Accessible eLearning success.
Accessibility is a priority for every educational institution with Distance and/or Online Learning programs, but it is not the easiest course component to tackle. Additionally, the pressures to meet various federal, state and institutional requirements, such as the ADA, WCAG 2.0 and the Rehabilitation Act, can seem overwhelming.
Ensuring that students can successfully access and understand course content while meeting mandatory federal and state accessibility guidelines requires a lot of strategic planning as well as team resources.
This comprehensive guide simplifies the accessible eLearning process with clear-cut steps and explanations, allowing instructors and institutions to strategize more efficiently.
- A step-by-step guide for accessible design at the university and individual level
- Need-to-know definitions, laws, and research findings, (WCAG 2.0, Section 508, Section 504, ADA)
- A printable captioning compliance checklist
- Additional recommended resources
You can download our eBook, Best Practices to Develop Accessible Distance & Online Education Programs, by clicking this link.