Concentration:
Learning Design
Title:
Lights, Camera, Action: What Happens to Accessibility When a Course Goes Live?
Description:
Your Module Learning Objectives align with the Student Learning Outcomes and they take into account Universal Design for Learning (UDL). You are ready for your students to be engaged, but the question remains, how do you truly know that every aspect of your course is accessible for ALL of your students? This interactive presentation will illuminate how three colleagues collaborated to meet the students' diverse learning needs as the course went live.
 
Learning Objectives:
Examine the types of activities and assignments that are inclusive and accessible.
Discuss the types of activities and assignments that are inclusive and accessible.
Problem solve a case study that emerged in our online class.
 
Intended Audience: Role
Administrators
Yes
Faculty
Yes
Instructional Designers
Yes
 
Intended Audience: Knowledge Level
New to QM
Yes
Experienced with QM
No
Presenter(s):
Rosalinda Larios, Part-time faculty, Cal State LA
Rosalinda Larios is a part-time faculty member with the Division of Special Education and Counseling in the Charter College of Education at Cal State LA. She has her MA in Multicultural Multilingual Special Education and is currently a Doctoral Candidate in Special Education from the CSULA/UCLA joint doctoral program. She taught for nine years at the K-12 level in special education before returning to school full time to earn her Ph.D.

Gina Michell, Part-time faculty, Cal State LA
Gina Michell is a part-time lecturer for the Charter College of Education, Division of Special Education, and Counseling. Along with this course, she teaches courses in braille transcription, academic skills for the visually impaired, and supervise teacher candidates in the field of visual impairments.

Margaret Clark, Associate Professor, Cal State LA
Dr. Clark an associate professor in the Division of Special Education and Counseling in the Charter College of Education. She is a triple alumnus of Cal State LA. She has a bachelor's degree in Child Development and a Master's degree in Special Education from Cal State LA. She holds a Doctorate in Special Education from the CSULA/UCLA joint doctoral program. She also holds two teaching credentials in elementary education and special education, also earned at Cal State LA.