Facilitator: Renee Shaffer
- This course will provide you with the basic foundations of assistive technology and its use in the online learning environment. As a greater number of students with disabilities are entering online education, this course will prepare online faculty to meet their unique needs. You will learn about the obligations and legal responsibilities under U.S. federal law. In addition you will explore ways of assisting students with disabilities to succeed in the online learning environment. We will help you identify the appropriate tools, introduce you to universal design, and provide strategies that can make your online course accessible to those with disabilities. Online accessibility is beneficial to all of your learners!
EL101 Designing and Developing Online Courses EL102 Online Teaching Techniques EL103 Teaching Online: A Student-Centered Approach EL104 Teaching and Organizing a Virtual Learning Environment EL105 Online Language: Communicating with Students EL106 Evaluating Student Learning in Online Courses EL107 Designing Dynamic and Technology-Rich Learning Environments EL108 Preparing Students to Become Good Online Learners EL109 Using Rubrics to Enhance Online Learning EL110 Effective Use of Social Media in Online Courses EL112 Workload Management Strategies for Teaching Online EL113 Active Learning in an Online Environment EL114 Respecting Copyrights and Leveraging Available Resources