An “accessible syllabus” is highly usable by all students including those with disabilities, more easily updated by the faculty member, and is created using best practices and organization with software faculty already commonly use, such as MS Word. Dozens of faculty have attended TLP’s workshop to make their syllabi accessible, and three of those faculty… Read more »
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See our new web page answering your frequently asked questions: http://www.csuchico.edu/tlp/accessibility/faq.shtml Provost Flake announced in December that the short-term goal for our campus is to have all course syllabi accessible to all students. TLP regularly offers a one-hour workshop on how to do this called “Make Your Syllabus Accessible with Microsoft Word”. This past summer,… Read more »
The following Technology in Learning and Teaching symposiums will be presented this fall: Accessibility in Online Course Materials When & Where: Friday, October 24; 11:30am – 2:00pm in Studio A of MLIB Presenters: ATI Course Makeover Summer Camp Alumni Who Should Attend? – All interested faculty REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM – REGISTER HERE Copyright… Read more »
CSU, Chico has a goal of making all course syllabi “accessible” this fall, in accordance with the Chancellor’s Office Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI). What does this mean for faculty? If a syllabus is “accessible,” it is in an electronic format such as Word, a Web page, or Acrobat PDF that makes it usable, readable, and… Read more »
Dipity is a FREE online utility that organizes blogs, pictures, videos and other content from around the web into interactive views. Here is a visual representation of our TLP blog using Dipity. This could be a great way for instructors to provide an alternate means to represent information visually.