The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee is pleased to welcome Kate Miller, IDEA (Inclusion. Diversity. Equity. Accessibility) Program Specialist on April 19th, from 12-1pm via Zoom.

Please see below for a description and sign up here!

Accessible course content makes it easier for everyone to read and access your materials and can help improve overall quality and usability. There are many low-effort adjustments you can make to start creating more accessible content.

Universal design is a design that is simple, useful, and accommodates a wide range of individual preferences and abilities.

Inclusive design is a methodology that seeks to enable and to accommodate the full range of human diversity, including a wide spectrum of abilities and disabilities. The main goal is to create a unified approach to design that enables multiple methods to access the same functionality.

Join this session to learn more about how these concepts work together to benefit everyone! In addition, we will explore actionable steps you can take today to improve the accessibility of your content.

Tomorrow, 4/19! Accessibility for All Lunch and Learn: A look at accessibility, universal design for learning, and inclusive design practices