Following the rapid transition to remote instruction, a sudden increase in digital content and reliance on distance learning modalities amplified many existing academic barriers for students with disabilities, low-income students, and first-generation students.
To better understand these access challenges in digital learning content, we will explore recent trends in accessibility data from 1000s of institutions around the world who are using the Blackboard Ally solution. The session will look at the immediate impact of student choice and access, accessibility related information which can empower academic leaders, tools for content remediation and resources which can help professional learning for faculty when designing inclusive remote teaching experiences.
- Christopher Phillips, Utah State University
- John Scott, Blackboard
This webinar is especially relevant for:
- Accessible format creators supporting education
1500 Universal Time (800 PDT, 1100 EDT, 1600 BST, 1700 CEST)
All webinars in this series are recorded and made available on daisy.org the following week.