Concentration: 
Applying QM to Regulatory Issues
Title:
Online Learning for All - Bridging Accessibility Gaps Through UDL and Technology
Description:
Is your course accessible to students with special needs? Get an edge on accessibility compliance with UDL and technology tips and make your online course accessible to all. Bring an assessment or learning activity and see how accessible it is! If using an iPad or smartphone, please download Google Classroom prior to the session.
 
Learning Objectives:
Identify common misconceptions about accessibility compliance.
Cite examples of how Universal Design for Learning aids in achieving accessibility compliance.
Analyze a real-life learning activity and/or assessment and evaluate its accessibility compliance.
 
Intended Audience - Role:
Administrators
Yes
Faculty
Yes
Instructional Designers
Yes
 
Intended Audience - Knowledge Level:
New to QM
Yes
Experienced with QM
Yes
Presenter:
Albert Spiegel, Adjunct Professor of Education, Saint Peter's University
Albert Spiegel has been an adjunct professor of Education at Saint Peter’s University since 2011. He teaches online courses in Educational Psychology, School Administration, and Curriculum Development. He is a Quality Matters Master Course Reviewer and has chaired numerous review teams for courses in various disciplines.

Dana Heimlich, Instructional Design Specialist, Saint Peter's University