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The Web Accessibility MOOC for Online Educators (#WAMOE) ! 1
It's not too late to join WAMOE, a free online course that covers web accessibility for online educators. Posted October 19, 2015
germ Inoculate before school starts!
Prevent germs by inoculating your course against inaccessible content. Posted July 27, 2015
"" Did you caption your video? Do you need to? 3
Distance Ed. has changed the requirement for faculty to caption their own videos. Read more about the change and how Distance Ed. and Disability Services are here to support you and your students. Posted April 21, 2015
contrast What about Font? 2
Jim Johnsone talk about typesetting for your online content. Posted April 13, 2015
President George Washington Presidents with Disabilities
In honor of Presidents Day, Karen looks at which past U.S. Presidents had disabilities, and suggests ways to help make that opportunity available to your students. Posted February 16, 2015
research-preview Get Googly with Google Docs
Get Googly with Google Docs! Learn some neat tips to uncover some hidden features in Google Docs for research and turn your class into paperless classroom. Posted February 2, 2015
WAMOE logo PCC offering free MOOC for online educators
Web Accessibility MOOC for Online Educators (#WAMOE) Registration opens today! Free 5 week course from October 20 to November 22. […] Posted September 29, 2014
Web Accessibility logo Screen reader users are standing by… 1
Have a PCC Accessibility technician review your course with a screen reader to make sure the content is available to students using assistive technology (AT). Posted July 28, 2014
pasting LaTeX notation in to the D2L equation editor Jot down a quick, accessible equation (or formula) 3
Quickly jot down equations by hand and get the cleanly generated MathML or LaTeX version of the equation to paste in to a discussion. Posted July 21, 2014
no-plug-ins-icon The era of mobile learning: a revolution of true anytime, anywhere learning (part 1) 1
This is the era where everyone is surrounded by technology. Do you see students around you using their tablets or smartphones to check their emails or do homework waiting at the bus stop? I rely heavily on my phone with my daily schedule and am always checking my messages and emails at least one every hour. There is a rapid rise of students accessing and completing coursework through mobile applications on devices, such as smartphones, tablets, or other devices. It is truly a revolution of true anytime, anywhere learning. See the growth in users accessing our PCC Desire2Learn (D2L) website with mobile devices vs. computers from Google Analytic data. Learn how to create a mobile-friendly course. It’s the real power of mobile learning, learning at your fingertip. Posted June 2, 2014