Learn the answers to common course accessibility questions in this discussion with Accessibility Specialist, Dr. Spring Brennan. Receiving an accommodation letter from a disabled student often leads instructors to discover that their course, its materials, or even its activities and assignments are inaccessible. Join the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning, & Online Education (CETLOE) to find out how to improve access for all students—and the GSU resources at your disposal.  

Key Points:  

  • Meeting accessibility standards for instruction and content  
  • Supporting disabled students 
  • Understanding disability’s impact on student success 
  • Requesting GSU’s video captioning services 
  • Replacing inaccessible documents (scanned PDFs, e.g.) 
  • And more 

(Please register using your GSU email in order to access the Webex link at the meeting time.) 

This is the first workshop (of five) celebrating 2024 Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). CETLOE is committed to providing universal access to our events. To request disability accommodation or more information, please contact us at cetloe@gsu.edu

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