IDTRoundtables: Quick Tips for Online Course Accessibility

From E-Learning Faculty Modules

Presented by: • Jason Maseberg-Tomlinson, Adaptive Technology Specialist • Phyllis Epps, Graphic Artist/Mgr MDC

The online classroom is becoming more and more popular among faculty and students. It shapes the experiences of distance students and it enhances the resources of on-campus courses. It is important to keep accessibility in mind as new coursework is being created for these environments. Online accessibility is just as important as campus accessibility for students with disabilities. Jason Maseberg-Tomlinson, Disability Support Services, will walk through each Quick Tip and answer questions. Phyllis Epps will join him and talk about the Media Development Center and software available to help faculty and staff create accessible content. Others from the campus community will be available to offer support and answer questions.

This was part of the IDTRoundtables series at K-State. This series ran from 2004 - 2012.


Quick Tips for Online Course Accessibility

There are various handouts linked to this presentation that may be downloaded here. The slideshow is available here. The others are portable document format files available here, here, and here.