Are My Course Materials ADA Compliant ?. Barbara Draude (ITD) & Amy Burks (Disabled Student Services). Objectives. This workshop will examine best practices for ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) course compliance/accessibility.
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Barbara Draude (ITD) & Amy Burks (Disabled Student Services)
This workshop will examine best practices for ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) course compliance/accessibility.
Present information and content in different ways
Differentiate the ways that students can express what they know
Stimulate interest and motivation for learning
The Adaptive Technology Center (ATC, LIB 174) strives to provide equitable access at the same academic and instructional level that the overall student body enjoys daily.
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Equation editors are wonderful; however, some students may require written or verbal explanations.
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