Explore the seven principles of UDL and discuss three elements of learning: representation (the WHAT of learning), action and expression (the HOW of learning) and engagement (the WHY of learning). We will also examine ways to incorporate these principles into our current and future training designs.
Making learning content accessible for people with disabilities and impairments is considered ‘the right thing’ to do by the majority of L&D practitioners. So why is it that most learning resources created today remain inaccessible and risk excluding an estimated 12% to 26% of our learners? eLearning accessibility expert and author Susi Miller debunks the top eLearning accessibility myths and demonstrates how accessible learning content really is better for everyone.
Download Resources from Susi Miller HERE.
So after attending the other sessions at AIDC21 you’re an accessibility pro. Now how do you get stakeholders and even other instructional designers on board with accessible and inclusive design? In this session, we’ll create an action plan with realistic strategies to obtain buy-in.
In this session, Brian covers ten simple steps you can take to improve accessibility in your content, along with some tools to help you recruit and teach others to join you in this effort and create new standards. No excuses!