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CUS Webinar Wednesday: Accessibility in Online Courses and Materials: Applying Universal Design for Learning
Making our online teaching and materials accessible for all students is important and challenging. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an important educational framework to teach educators to provide multiple means of representation in instruction, but it’s also important to apply UDL to creating materials for online - videos, Libguides, document tutorials, and more. In this webinar, UNC Greensboro’s Online Learning Librarian will cover the basic principles of UDL and teach about specific strategies for applying UDL to online instruction and material creation. This will include free resources to help with image alt captions, video captions, and more.

About the presenter:
Samantha Harlow is the Online Learning Librarian at UNC Greensboro. Some of her past jobs include Instructional Technology Consultant for the School of Education at UNC Greensboro and Media and Digital Resource Librarian at High Point University. She holds an MLIS from UNC Chapel Hill.

Aug 9, 2017 2:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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