By: Val Schreiner
06/22/2021 on Ace-Ed
In our constant efforts to improve accessibility to our learning products, I get to meet and work with some of the brightest minds and most dedicated individuals who are setting the standard for accessibility in education. Roslyn Miller and Amanda Major are instructional designers at the University of Central Florida’s Center for Distributed Learning. Their work in creating universally accessible course content is a model for programs around the country. I asked them several questions about accessibility from a course design perspective, and what follows are the highlights of that conversation. — Val Schreiner…Read full article here.