Creating Accessible Online Instruction Using Universal Design Principles: A LITA Guide

Creating Accessible Online Instruction Using Universal Design Principles: A LITA Guide

by Brady Lund

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Overview

What is accessibility? Who needs it? Often, accessibility is defined narrowly, with emphasis on physical limitations. Accessibility needs, however, come in many forms, from vision and hearing impairment, to developmental disorders like Autism, to psychiatric conditions like anxiety, depression, ADHD, and PTSD. Unfortunately, accessibility does not come with a simple set of checkboxes. It is a philosophy and practice that embraces social, physical, and informational elements. Universal design does not come in the form of a quick and easy guide. It is a philosophy. To implement it completely requires more than just screen readers and video captions. Creating Accessible Online Instruction Using Universal Design Principles introduces the need for accessibility in online education and library services and the framework of universal design for learning. It takes a scoping, rather than a purely technical, approach. It will help you not only o create accessible content, but with how to communicate with students in an accessible manner. This LITA Guide covers: accessibility law, Universal Design for Learning and Web Content Accessibility guidelines, and communication and educational research and theory. The content is interspersed with practical examples and case studies.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781538139189
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 09/28/2020
Series: LITA Guides Series
Pages: 132
Product dimensions: 6.35(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)

About the Author

Brady Lund is a doctoral candidate at Emporia State University’s School of Library and Information Management, where he also earned a master’s degree in library science. He is author of over two dozen articles published in well-known library and information science journals as well as two books. His work generally encompasses information technology, information behavior, and statistical methods applied to library and information topics.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents Preface Chapter 1. Accessibility: It's the Law Chapter 2. Introducing Universal Design for Learning and Web Content Accessibility Chapter 3. Developing Online Content with UDL Chapter 4. Effective Communication In-Person and Online Chapter 5. Balancing Accessibility and Engagement Chapter 6. How Accessibility Evolves with New Innovation Chapter 7. Case Studies Index About the Author

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