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Creating Inclusive Media for your Classroom

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Wednesday, February 13th, 2019
Torgersen Hall 1120
Instructor(s): Mark Nichols and Christa Miller - TLOS/Assistive Technologies

You’ve already found or created fantastic content to supplement your instruction, how can you take it to the next level? Finding or creating inclusive media plays an important role in successfully engaging all students, since multimedia can remove barriers or create new ones. Learn how to apply the “Plus One” rule and to use the accessibility features within applications, to help ensure students connect with content successfully. This session will provide instructors with strategies for finding and creating accessible media, such as closed captioning, accessible audio, interactive modules, and more!

1. Participants will find or create an inclusive media object to use in an existing course