Designing online education that works for all students

Join a free webinar on designing online education that works for all students.

It is estimated that over 7 per cent of all domestic student have a disability, but only around 5 per cent of students at ACU have registered for support. It is important that all our students have equitable access to teaching and learning materials.

The ACU Disability Service is encouraging all lecturers and learning designers to join a free webinar from Australian Disability Clearing House on Education and Training (ADCET): 'Designing Online Education that Works for All Students: A 7-Step UDL Approach'.

Informed by the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), this webinar will explore ways of moving from a reactive to proactive approach to designing inclusive online learning environments in tertiary education. The session, presented by Dr Erin Leif and Dr Laura Alfrey (Monash University), will offer practical strategies to design for inclusion from the start and will showcase illustrative examples from the presenter’s own teaching practice. The focus will be on improving accessibility and reducing barriers to learning and active participation for all students, but particularly students with disabilities.

The webinar is free to attend and will be live captioned.

Date: 17 August 2021
Time: 1pm–2pm AEST

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