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1  We will begin promptly at 12 noon. The webinar will last an hour.  Please make sure to run your audio setup.  Directions can be found in the attachment that was sent in the .  While you are waiting, please download the documents. Accessibility, Technology and You Variations in F Major on Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen by Beethoven is playing.

2 Accessibility, Technology and You Cori Bright-Kerrigan, Adaptive Services Christopher Jordanek, Elspeth McCulloch & Heather Tate, Facilitators, Web, e-Learning & Publication Services

3 Office for Adaptive Services Web, e-Learning, & Publication Services Dr. Linda Serro with Azul, FGCU’s eagle mascot. Lucas Center

4 These two arrows symbolizing the union between Adaptive Services and Universal Design.

5 Adaptive Services Department Adaptive services department structure.

6 What Students Qualify for Services? Not all students or all disabilities are the same.

7 Americans with Disabilities Act 504 and 508 The laws associated with accessibility.

8 Accommodations This sign is used to provide a minimal distraction testing environment.

9 Services One of the services offered is student tutoring.

10 Adaptive Software This is a JAWS Screen reader.

11 Modifications A sculpture might be used as an accommodation to a student who is visually blind.

12 1. Appointment 2. Accommodation Forms 3. Instructor Notification 4. Form Renewal (each semester) Student Process to Request Services

13 The Americans with Disabilities Act National Clearinghouse on Learning Disabilities National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke National Federation of the Blind National Association of the Deaf ADA Accessibility Guidelines Resources for Instructors

14 Questions?

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16 Accessibility, Technology and You Cori Bright-Kerrigan, Adaptive Services Christopher Jordanek, Elspeth McCulloch & Heather Tate, Facilitators, Web, e-Learning & Publication Services

17 Universal Design Example of why it is important to offer multiple methods of activities and assessments.

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19 Course Navigation Course navigation needs to provide clear direction for the students to access materials.

20 Grouping Like Items

21 Example of Course Homepage

22 Example of the Module View

23 Syllabus Statements Accommodations to Students Emergency Preparation Link to Adaptive Services website

24 Choose LMS Tools Carefully Chat screen in progress.

25 Moderate Quiz for Accommodation

26 Extra Attempts

27 Discussion Forum One - Go to discussion ONE and post YOUR thoughts on the readings and reply to at least THREE OTHER STUDENTS. This discussion is worth 25 POINTS and DUE on Friday, Nov. 19 by Midnight.. DISCUSSION FORUM ONE - GO TO DISCUSSION ONE AND POST YOUR THOUGHTS ON THE READINGS AND REPLY TO AT LEAST THREE OTHER STUDENTS. THIS DISCUSSION IS WORTH 25 POINTS AN DUE ON FRIDAY, NOV. 19 BY MIDNIGHT Use Color With Care

28 Use Sans Serif Fonts Arial Arial Black Calibri Candara Century Gothic Corbel Euphemia Franklin Gothic Medium Helvitica Tahoma Verana

29 PowerPoint Basics Simple design layout for PowerPoint.

30 Audio and Visual Considerations AUDIO AUDIOVISUAL VISUAL Turn audio to text and turn text to audio.

31 Alternative Text for Graphics.

32 YouTube provides closed captioning.

33 Adaptive Services Universal Design Questions?


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