Monday, November 14 | 1:00PM–2:00PM ET

Coding, Captioning, and Courses: Accessibility in the Digital Age

It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of making courses more stimulating, engaging, and interactive by adding content such as online videos, virtual worlds, and mobile devices. The rise of these technologies has encouraged faculty members to add more complexity to their online courses than ever before. However, accessibility and universal design considerations can be overlooked. This webinar will explore items related to designing your online courses to meet the needs of all your students. There will be a review of current laws related to accessibility and a review of strategies and resources that are available to meet today’s challenges.


  • Kathleen Bastedo

    Instructional Specialist, University of Central Florida
  • Nancy Swenson

    Senior Instructional Designer, University of Central Florida

Resources & Downloads

  • ELIWEB1113 doc

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  • Recording

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