Accessible Course Design – Separating Content from Delivery
The pandemic has taught us the importance of planning for flexibility. While respecting the integrity of content, facilitator Dr. Richard Jackson will describe how he designs coursework for face-to-face, flipped, blended, or fully remote delivery with Universal Design for Learning principles in mind. In this one-hour Zoom session, you will:
- Discover how digital media and technology tools support flexible content delivery.
- Learn how to operationalize goals to enable multiple means of achievement.
- Identify instructional practices to support inclusivity.
Come and join BC Campus for this interactive session!
Dr. Richard Jackson, associate professor at Boston College and senior research scientist with CAST, is internationally recognized as a pioneer in the nascent field of Universal Design for Learning. Dr. Jackson brings many years of experience as a teacher, project director, researcher, and advocate in the field of education and visual disabilities. You can read more about his work here. We are thrilled to have him facilitate his first FLO Friday with BCcampus!
This event is free. To ensure we have an inclusive and welcoming environment for all, we’ve added registration to all our sessions.
Date: October 29