Designing Accessible Online & Technology Enhanced Learning Activities: Challenges, Opportunities and a Plan

Designing Accessible Online & Technology Enhanced Learning Activities: Challenges, Opportunities and a Plan


Where:
College of the Holy Cross
Hogan Campus Center
1 College Street
Worcester, MA 01610
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When: Tuesday, February 28, 2017
9:00 am - 3:00 pm 
Note: Registration starts at 7:30am

Workshop Organizer: Linda Bruenjes of Suffolk University and Kirsten Behling of Tufts University

Registration Fee:
NERCOMP Member: $145
Non Member: $290
Your fee includes am break and lunch.


Event Overview
It takes a proactive village to build an online and/or technology-enhanced learning environment that has been universally designed to serve the needs of all of our students; but -  Where do you start? Who should you partner with? How do you keep the focus on learning? How can you assess your progress?  Our group of instructional designers and disability service professionals will share strategies, insights, and lessons learned.

Session Outcomes:
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Develop an awareness of the UDL framework for the purpose of optimizing the technology-enhanced learning environment for all students
-  Identify the challenges, next steps, stakeholders and internal/external resources for your institution
-  Identify a universally designed course structure that works 



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