Oct 03

National Distance Learning Week November 7-9


National Distance Learning Week 2017  Quality Matter Observes National Distance Learning Week “Nov. 7 – 9, 2017 (Tues. – Thurs.): Three highly interactive and engaging 1-hour workshops delivered in real time through an interactive web-conferencing format. The workshops focus on making your courses accessible for all learners.” https://www.qualitymatters.org/professional-development/workshops/qm-live-ndlw Click on the link above for more information

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Status update

The following information can also be found on the Web Aim website, https://webaim.org/intro/


The major categories of disability types are:

Blindness, low vision, color-blindness
Deafness and hard-of-hearing
Inability to use a mouse, slow response time, limited fine motor control
Learning disabilities, distractibility, inability to remember or focus on large amounts of information

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Oct 02

Professional Development Day 2017

It’s that time again – Professional Development Day 2017 is upon us! Join us on Thursday, October 5th, as we introduce myLeo Online, our new LMS powered by D2L Brightspace. You can register for one of four sessions throughout the day by finding us on the Training and Development calender, here. During our introduction to …

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Sep 07

Quality Matters

Please, watch the video below to learn more about Quality Matters. Quality Matters  

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Sep 07

Accessibility–Why it is important!

Please, watch the video below to learn more about accessibility and college students with a disability. Accessibility     The video has closed Captioning and a transcript is available on the YouTube site.  

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