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Posts tagged accessibility

adding new content Other ways to display content in D2L
Peter shares how to link to a Google Doc in Content. Posted January 17, 2017
The default font size is "small" Default font size in D2L too tiny?
Rondi shares how to adjust the font size in D2L so that you don't strain your eyes while reading all those discussion posts. Posted November 21, 2016
accessibility Accessibility Study Experience
Communications instructor Chris Kernion shares his experience with the recent Subject Area Accessibility Study. Posted August 8, 2016
50th anniversary logo for Disability Services OER Accessibility
OER could be the best opportunity to address inclusive design and accessible content selection from the beginning rather than relying on the accommodation process, which excludes students and has an unmeasurable effect upon success and completion. Posted May 31, 2016
"" Simple instructions for accessibility compliance of your online course content
Some quick answers to questions about accessibility in online classes from Karen Sorensen. Posted April 17, 2016
WAMOE logo 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
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