Leveraging a Usability Study to Impact Institutional Inclusivity and Accessibility

Wednesday, October 16 | 1:15PM–2:15PM CT | Board 405, Poster Area, Halls F1, F2, Level 3
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
This poster will present a usability study that found that decorative images and page length in online modules have no statistically significant impact on student learning. The presenters will also demonstrate how the study results significantly impacted institutional e-learning policies and contributed to accessibility and inclusivity guidelines.

Outcomes: Learn that online content presentation length and decorative images have no significant impact on student performance * Understand how usability studies data is used to impact an institution's best practices and procedures * Understand how data can support a culture of accessibility and diversity at large universities


  • Alex Deeke

    Digital Learning Librarian, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor