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3.3: Appendix C- Inclusive Design Webinar Series

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    In 2022 LibreTexts hosted presentations on the systems accessibility features 

     

    and the evolution of the textbook

    BC Campus Inclusive Design WebInArs

    In 2019, BCcampus created a four part inclusive design WebInAr series

     Each webinar focused on a different topic to address the varying ways that inclusive design practices can influence post-secondary education.

    As they write, inclusive design is never something that we complete. Nor is it something that can be perfected. It is not a finish line we can cross. Instead, it is something to practice, integrate with our everyday work, and continually revisit and reevaluate. And we hope that these webinars can act as a starting place for that process.

    CARL Webinar: How to Create Inclusive and Accessible OER

    In this webinar, we will talk about how to design OER so they are more inclusive and accessible for all students. This will include an overview of the technical considerations of digital accessibility. For example, what are the minimum technical requirements that ensure students with print disabilities can access and navigate through the resource? We will also look at how inclusive design practices can help us create educational materials that are more versatile and useful for students. For example, what does an accessible resource look like for a student with no personal computer? Or a student with a learning disability that makes reading difficult? Ultimately, students can be very different from each other, and what may work for one student may not work for another. But by designing for those differences, we can create educational materials that are more useful, powerful, and accessible to all.


    3.3: Appendix C- Inclusive Design Webinar Series is shared under a CC BY 4.0 license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by LibreTexts.

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