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1 CREATING AUTOMATIC COMPLIANCE WITH DISABILITY REGULATIONS THROUGH THE NEAL REDUNDANCY INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODEL

2 PAMELA BEVERIDGE EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY GREENVILLE, NC CURTIS W. CARTER EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY GREENVILLE, NC 2012 Global Learning Technologies Conference UNC-W School of Education

3 BROWN & GREEN (2006) We believe their statement was inclusive of all users rather than exclusive to any (p.122).

4 INSTRUCTION WHICH MAY EXCLUDE STUDENTS InstructionPopulation of Potential Exclusion AudioDeafHearing-impaired Graphics/ images BlindVisually-impaired Animation or Movement Blind ADHD Seizures-related HyperlinksBlind Color-blind Visually-impaired VideoDeafBlind Web DesignADHD Blind Color-Blind Visually-impaired

5 WHAT IS NEAL REDUNDANCY INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODEL?

6 NEAL INCLUDES: A Non-Exclusive Analysis: Reviews specifically how the instruction can and will be used by students with disabilities; Factors in both the accessibility opportunities and limitations when different media for delivery are used; Is initiated during the needs-assessment by reviewing known accessibility issues for various delivery methods; Remains an active part of the design, development, and evaluation process.

7 Click for UDL webpage GuidelineExample Strong Color Contrast Simple Navigation3 keystroke limit Prezis & Animationshttp://prezi.com/user/ pbeveridge Hyperlinks give purpose WRAL Online Local Weather Radar opens in a new window weather/radar/ weather/radar/

8 GuidelineExample Alt text instructs userIonic columns White House, DC USA NOT White House.jpg FontsUse san serifs Verdana Arial Tahoma with limit of 3 different fonts Serif handwriting File names are not read only; explain purpose EconTest1 Save AS Access UDL Tech Toolkit

9 NEAL MAKES INSTRUCTION LEGAL Corporate and private businesses will not always be able or willing to devote the resources necessary in designing new instruction. Education has a legal mandate to provide instruction that is accessible The Non-Exclusive Analysis provides design team members opportunity to make that a reality in the educational environment.

10 NEAL INSURES ALL STUDENTS ARE CONSIDERED– FROM INCEPTION Insures students with disabilities are considered Even when not included as part of the target audience. Will know beforehand whether the instruction is or is not accessible given the design team has conducted the non-exclusive analyses. Learning aids are: Automatically created to insure that the instruction does not have to be re-designed to meet the needs of future learners. Designed to address both accessibility and the needs of learners who may have more trouble completing the instruction.

11 REASONS LACK OF ATTENTION GIVEN TO ACCESSIBILITY WHEN DESIGNING INSTRUCTION Must train the Instructional Designers We were unable in reviewing different curricula to find any university offering a course where emphasis is placed on designing instruction with accessibility as the primary consideration. Professional Development for all on-line instructors On-line instructors are part of the Instructional Design team—most often, they ARE the design team.

12 OUR HOPES Anyone who creates instruction for educational purposes is technically an "instructional designer." Using ADDIE model alone does not lend itself to supporting consideration of accessibility when designing and developing instruction. Hopefully, this conference will be a beginning where instructors and designers will begin to consider making accessibility as important as any other part of the instructional process- the "non-exclusive analysis" and the creation of automatic learning aids will we believe help to make this become a way of life.

13 REFERENCES Brown, A. and Green, T. (2006). The essentials of instructional design: Connecting fundamental principles with process and practice. Pearson Merrill/Prentice Hall. National Center On Universal Design for Learning, At CAST 40 Harvard Mills Square, Suite 3, Wakefield, MA TEL (781) ,

14 PAMELA BEVERIDGE EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY GREENVILLE, NC CURTIS W. CARTER EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY GREENVILLE, NC 2012 Global Learning Technologies Conference UNC-W School of Education


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