Accessibility in Online Formats
The Reinert Center is now accepting registrations for upcoming sessions of the online seminar, Accessibility in Online Formats. The seminar, which is offered completely online through Blackboard, provides an introduction to accessibility in online learning environments with practical tips and strategies for improving access to course materials, navigation features, and learning activities.

Instructors enrolled in this one-week seminar will work on two modules asynchronously, with no face-to-face meetings. There are deadlines at the end of each module, and participants will work towards those deadlines on their own schedule, within the week.

To register, please fill out the form below and click submit. Space is limited, and priority consideration will be given to faculty who are scheduled to teach an online course. If a session does not have a minimum of 6 participants we reserve the right to ask you to move to another session.

This seminar is not open to graduate students unless they will be teaching their own course as instructor of record.

Please note: This seminar is only open to instructors who have already completed the Introduction to Online Teaching seminar. The Accessibility in Online Formats seminar is not required by the Distance Education Office for peer review. Instead, this seminar is intended to be a resource for instructors as they go through peer review, with a particular focus on standards governing accessibility and usability in Standard 8 of the Online Course Design Rubric.

If you need Blackboard, Panopto, or Zoom technical training for Fall 2020 classes, please contact ITS at facsupport@slu.edu.

If you need pedagogical assistance for an online course, please request a teaching consultation through this form: http://bit.ly/reinertconsult

For more information, please contact Eric Royer at eric.royer@slu.edu.
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