June 18-20
Anaheim, CA

Statewide Accessibility Resources

Support & Resources

A consistent hot topic for online instruction is how to ensure accessibility. At this session, leaders of major statewide accessibility resources and services will describe how they can help colleges to develop online classes that are accessible to all students and in compliance with legal requirements. Featured programs include the High Tech Center Training Unit (HTCTU), Online Education Initiative (OEI), Alternate Text Production Center (ATPC), and Distance Education Captioning and Transcription grant (DECT).

Also from (unscheduled)

(unscheduled) Session: What We Have Learned about Canvas Capistrano
(unscheduled) Session: What We Have Learned about Canvas Huntington
(unscheduled) Session: What Does Your Competition Look Like? Capistrano
(unscheduled) Session: What a difference of post makes. Carmel
(unscheduled) Session: Using Screencasting to Provide Feedback to Students Santa Monica
(unscheduled) Session: Student Satisfaction with Distance Education Santa Monica
(unscheduled) Session: Revisiting Discussion Boards in this Web 2.0 Era Carmel
(unscheduled) Session: Providing the Promise of Access: Going Deeper Pacific Ballroom
(unscheduled) Session: Overcoming Barriers to the Tech Solutions You Need Capistrano
(unscheduled) Session: How to Build a Quality Online Course Avila
(unscheduled) Session: Distance Education Program Survey Results Santa Monica
(unscheduled) Session: Creating a Library Presence in Canvas Carmel
(unscheduled) Session: ConferZoom to Your Next Class or Meeting San Simeon
(unscheduled) Session: Communicating and Collaborating Using Online Media Tools Santa Monica
(unscheduled) Session: Building of a Statewide Course Exchange Palos Verdes
(unscheduled) Session: Building a Community of Practice for Online Faculty Palos Verdes
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